Our Team

John Fitzgerald – Founder and Executive Director

John Fitzgerald founded the Baseball United Foundation in 2006 and serves as the organization’s Executive Director. John is an award-winning filmmaker and healthcare communications consultant with a passion for baseball.

The Board of Directors at the Baseball United Foundation is composed of civic leaders who are dedicated to sharing the game of baseball in the communities we serve. Many of our board members have a background in domestic and international amateur baseball.

Board of Directors

Chris Foy

Chris grew up in Plainedge, NY. He relocated to Dublin in 1998 after spending a semester at University College of Dublin while attending Fordham University.

Chris played baseball in Ireland for over a decade, including several years with Ireland's National Baseball Team, including the first two Irish teams to medal in international competition. Chris lives in Atlanta with his wife, Janice, and their daughter, Caoilinn.

Joe Kealty

Joe grew up in Framingham, MA. He was a 3-year starter at Boston College. He played for the Chatham A’s of the Cape Cod League and the Hoboken Pioneers in Antwerp, Belgium. Joe was the starting first baseman on Ireland's National Baseball Team when the team won its first medals in 2004 (bronze) and 2006 (silver).

Joe lives in Melrose, MA with his wife, Megan, and their three daughters.

Aidan Curtin

Aidan grew up in Bronx where he discovered his first love, baseball. A graduate of Manhattan College, he lives in Yonkers, NY with his wife Betsy and their twin boy’s Sean and Declan.

John F. Fitzgerald

John is a founding member of the Baseball United Foundation. A graduate of Archbishop Molloy High School and St. John’s University, he was a manager and coach in Kensico Little League (NY) from 1983-2003, where he served as a Division Vice-President from 1986-1994 and League Vice-President from 1994-2003, where he launched Kensico’s summer and fall baseball programs and was responsible for sponsorships and the league’s annual parade.

John lives in Deland, FL with his wife Maureen. 

Brian Morris

Brian grew up in Massapequa Park, NY and graduated from Syracuse University. He was a 4-year starter on the Syracuse club baseball team and team captain in his junior and senior seasons. Brian pitched for the Irish National Baseball Team from 2002-2005, including the 2004 team that won Ireland’s first medal in international competition.

Brian is a Director in Treasury at Capital One and lives in Tampa, FL, with his wife, Zoe, and their son, Rory.

Kevin Foy

Kevin grew up on Long Island, NY and was an outfielder for Fordham University where he was selected to the All Patriot League Team as well as Long Island University where he was selected to the All New York State Team. He was the starting right fielder on the Ireland National Team during the European Championships in Stockholm Sweden (2002, 4th place) and when the team won its first medals in international competition in Germany 2004 (bronze) and Belgium 2006 (silver) .

Kevin lives in Singapore with his wife, Eilidh, and their 3 children.

Fr. Dan O’Reilly

Fr. Dan O’Reilly was born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx. A graduate of Regis High School, he majored in philosophy and played baseball at Princeton University before entering the seminary for the Archdiocese of New York. After earning Master’s degrees in theology and divinity from St. Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers, he was ordained a priest in 2003. He has served as parochial vicar at Resurrection Church in Rye, Director of Campus Ministry for the Archdiocese of New York, Spiritual Director for the St. John Neumann Seminary College in Yonkers, and Catholic Campus Minister at SUNY Maritime College in the Bronx.

Tom Keefe
Robert Score

Robert Score has been a life-long fan of baseball. He has worked as the P3 General Manager for the P3 Baseball Facility at Pier 40 in New York City, Bench Coach for the New York Gothams Travel Team, managed teams, and served on the Greenwich Village Little League Board of Directors. He is an ABCA Member and studied various aspects of baseball with Sports Management World Wide. He is currently the Recording-Corresponding Secretary for Local One of the I.A.T.S.E.

Kat Williams

Kat Williams is a Professor of Women’s Sport History at Marshall University, President of the International Women’s Baseball Center, author of several articles about women’s sport including “Sport A Useful Category of Analysis” and two books, The All-American Girls After the AAGPBL and Isabel Lefty Alvarez: The Improbable Life of a Cuban American Baseball Star. Through teaching, scholarship and advocacy Kat is dedicated to the preservation of women’s sport history, and to helping girls become independent, confident leaders.