Tommy Maine was a very accomplished athlete at Lyons Jr. Sr. High School. He was a starter on the school’s basketball team for three years. In 1957 he was selected to the 2nd team All Wayne Finger Lakes and to the 1st team All Wayne Finger Lakes in 1958. During the ’58 season, he was the team’s second leading scorer averaging 17.4 pts. per game. Tommy was a four year starter on the baseball team as a pitcher and outfielder. He was the #1 pitcher on the 1958 Wayne Finger Lakes League championship team. He also played football his freshman year.

    Tommy continued his athletic career at the Rochester Business Institute as a guard on the basketball team. He then went on to play professional baseball.

    From 1959-1961 Tommy was a pitcher in the Cleveland Indians farm system where he pitched at the Class B level and in 1961 he was a pitcher in the New York Yankees farm system where he ended his baseball career. He became a family man and began a long career working for Xerox.

    Tommy passed away in July 1994 while living in California. Tommy's wife was a Williamson girl named Pam. He has two children: daughter Tracy(age 51) and son Michael (age 48). All three currently live in the Phoenix, Arizona area.