This is Lomardozzi's third season in ALPB and the 13th year of professional baseball.
Tommy Davis and John Candelaria highlight six former MLBers from Brooklyn.
Long Island Black Sox to play Team Israel in baseball game at Bethpage Ballpark this July
While Alfonzo struggled during the first part of last year, hitting .218 at the all-star break, the 27-year-old turned it on in the second half, batting .282 the rest of the way, despite missing some time in August with an injury.
Buddy Harrelson, Justin Davies, Dan Lyons, Ray Navarrete, Peter King, among others, will be on hand.
Outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis and infielder L.J. Mazzilli will represent the Long Island Ducks on the Liberty Division's roster at the independent Atlantic League All-Star game at PeoplesBank Park, home of the York Revolution, in York, Pennsylvania.
Tomlin coached under current Long Island manager Wally Backman in 2010 with the Cyclones, the Mets' short-season Single-A affiliate of the New York-Penn League (NYPL), helping the club reach the league finals.
Known as an association of second chances for professional baseball players, the independent Atlantic League proved to be just that, as major league and Mexican league organizations have signed six players last week.
After one appearance with the Long Island Ducks, Niese back in affiliated ball.
Former Milwaukee Brewers farmhand, Univeristy of Maryland player returns to Long Island.