Andre Chiefs

President & General Manager: Chuck Andre
Phone: 617-312-7156 Email:

Assistant General Manager & Vice-President:
Jim McConville
Phone: 617-653-4459  Email:

Manager: Anthony Perry
Phone: 978- 973-4664 Email:

Pitching Coach: Dave Caiazzo
Phone: 781-507-3005 Email:

Coach: Dave Lightbody
Phone: 781-244-3100 Email:

Coach: Teddy Dziuba
Phone: 908-635-9267  Email:

Team Email:
Home Fields: Maplewood Park (Malden Catholic) Malden, MA
Morelli Field, Melrose, MA
Team Colors: Cardinal, Vegas Gold & White

Mailing Address
9 Main Street
Medford, MA 02155

President & General Manager: Chuck Andre
Assistant General Manager & Vice-President: Jim McConville
Manager: Anthony Perry
Pitching Coach: Dave Caiazzo
Coach: Dave Lightbody
Coach: Teddy Dziuba
Website Design: Ian Roberts
Team Photographer: Craig Henry

Andre Chiefs, Intercity League Baseball

The Chiefs’ name and outstanding baseball tradition have been synonymous since 1957. Carrying the Hosmer Chiefs name from 1958 to 1984 and the Andre Chiefs banner from 1989 to the present, the Chiefs have maintained a consistent atmosphere of professionalism and winning.

The Championships – Through the years the Chiefs have brought 19 baseball championships to the City of Medford, Massachusetts, including the 2012 and 2014 crowns. They have won 24 Suburban Twilight League or Intercity League pennants.


The Franchise– The Chiefs franchise carries a winning percentage of almost .700 over the 3,000 games they have played over seven decades. The franchise has won 19 League Championships. Thirteen of those came when they were known as the Hosmer Chiefs and the last six were won under the name of the Andre Chiefs. In 1966, the Chiefs were named as the top semi-professional team in America. From 1957-2018, they had only five managers, Ernie Ardolino (1957-1960), Lenny Dempsey (1961-1967), Joe O’Donnell (1968-1981), Bob DeFelice (1982-1984) and Chuck Andre 1989-2018. The franchise was named as the “Team of the Decade” for the 1960’s, 1970’s & 1990’s.

The Staff
Chuck Andre-President & General Manager (Boston College) Chuck completed his 28th year as manager in 2018. He stepped away from the dugout in 2019 to focus on the Chiefs’ General Manager duties. Since 1989, he has a career managerial record of 659-365-69, piloted the club to 25 playoff appearances, 10 regular season pennants, and six Intercity League Championships. He won his 600th career game in June of 2016. A former right-handed pitcher, Andre played for the Chiefs in the 1970’s & 1980’s. He was inducted into the Medford High School Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Intercity League Hall of Fame in 2020. Andre is the Founder of ReMax Andrew Realty Services with offices in Medford and Stoneham.

Jim McConville– Assistant General Manager & Vice-President

Anthony Perry– Manager

Dave Caiazzo– Pitching Coach

The Chiefs organization suffered a major loss in April of 2017 with the passing of longtime Bench Coach Steve Calabresi.

The Tradition– The Chiefs baseball tradition runs deep, as sons have followed their fathers and grandfathers in wearing the uniform. Over the years, playing for the Chiefs became a sandlot baseball fantasy place where batboys became players, ball boys became major league pitchers, and many became baseball legends. As former manager Joe O’Donnell (1968-1981) said at a Chiefs reunion banquet, “once a Chief, always a Chief.” Still today, Chiefs’ players from decades gone by return to watch their team play. There always seems to be a former Chief or two in the crowd.

Alumni– Through the years, Chiefs mystique, championships, and professionalism, has remained constant. Almost 600 semi-professional ballplayers at one time or another have worn the Chiefs uniform. It is estimated that over 120 of those players at some point signed a professional baseball contract. Two former Chiefs have even appeared in the World Series, Mike Pagliarulo with the Minnesota Twins in 1991 and Kevin McGlinchy with the Atlanta Braves in 1999. Pagliarulo returned to Chiefs as a member of the 2016 Coaching Staff before being named Hitting Coach of the Miami Marlins prior to the 2017 season.

Maplewood Park at Malden Catholic Located in Malden, Massachusetts– The Chiefs play their night games on the artificial surface of Maplewood Park that is located on the campus of Malden Catholic.

Morelli Field, Melrose, Massachusetts– The Chiefs also play some games at Morelli Field which is located on the Lynn Fells Parkway.

Record Book– The Chiefs have bragging rights to two of the all-time winning pitchers in ICL history, Fred Knox (1957-1973) and Dave Marsters (1989-2008), who both recorded over 110 career ICL victories. Former Cleveland Indian outfielder Justin Crisafulli is the career home run leader with 91, hit leader with 567, and RBI leader with 417.

For a complete history of the Chiefs franchise visit our website at and click on the “Chiefs History” tab. The Chiefs continue to develop young talent from the college level and at the same time showcase players with professional baseball experience. For information e-mail or visit the Chiefs popular website at