The 2013 season is Gabe′s 21st fulltime and 28th overall in professional baseball, all in the New York-Penn League. His fulltime baseball career began with the Geneva Cubs in 1993 and moved to Williamsport, Pa., in 1994 when the club relocated to that city.
He has worked side-by-side with Vice-President and General Manager Doug Estes for all 21 of his full-time seasons. Along with Estes, he has overseen millions of dollars in renovations to Historic Bowman Field since 1994. The stadium, built in 1926, stands as the second oldest Minor League Baseball™ stadium operating in the United States.
In 2011, Gabe was named the New York-Penn League Co-Male Executive of the Year and in 2012 the Williamsport Crosscutters were honored as the Phillips Plankenhorn Business of the Year by the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce.
Sinicropi has served as the Public Address Announcer for the Little League World Series since 1998. He is currently an active board member of the Lycoming County United Way, while also serving the United Way as chairman of the Marketing Committee, and is also a member the Funds Distribution Committee.
Gabe also serves as a board member of the Williamsport/Lycoming County Chamber of Commerce and is on the board of the Lycoming County Visitors Bureau and AAA North Penn. He has been a member of Kiwanis for 26 years and serves as an emcee for many local events and banquets.
Prior to his fulltime baseball career, Sinicropi was a Program Director & Morning Air Personality for WECQ-FM, Geneva, N.Y., from 1984-1991. He was the Executive Producer of Geneva Cubs games from 1986-1991, winning the Frank Hyde Award in 1986 given by the league for outstanding media coverage. He also served as the G-Cubs Public Address Announcer from 1986-1992.
Born and raised in Seneca Falls, N.Y., Gabe spends his free time collecting old toys, pop-culture antiques & baseball memorabilia.