Manager Emeritus, 1998-present
other single person in the history of the Cape Cod Baseball League
has had greater influence on the league as it stands today, nor
has any individual affiliated with an individual franchise played
a greater role in his or her team's success.
Arnold Mycock devoted his entire adult life to
theCape Cod Baseball League and the Cotuit Kettleers and has spent
that lifetime influencing the Major League and professional baseball
careers of countless ballplayers.
Deemed the first inductee into the Cape Cod Baseball
League Hall of Fame, Mr. Mycock continues to this day to stroll
the grounds of Lowell Park with his loyal golden retriever "Chuck"
each and every afternoon.
Synonomous with words like dedication, commitment
and team, the Mycock name will live forever as one and the same
as Cape League baseball and the Cotuit Kettleers.
General Manager... bullpen catcher... coach...icon.
There is virtually no end to the positive force his involvement
with the Cape League has proven.
Also an inductee of the Somerset High School
Athletic Hall of Fame, Mr. Mycock was, is and always shall be the
father of Cotuit Kettleers baseball.
Long involved with the Cape League when it was
a combination of local and collegiate stars, Mr. Mycock was instrumental
in gaining NCAA-sanctioned status for the Cape Cod Baseball League
and its non-profit incorporation in 1963.