Hilton HHonors has named Seve Esposito of Weston Little League the winner of the HHonors Outstanding Coach Contest. Esposito was chosen from a field of 700 candidates nationwide.
Esposito grew up playing competitive sports in Bronx, N.Y. and as an adult moved to Weston. It was then that he started a family and became eager to share his childhood experiences with his son and the Weston community. Esposito is very active in coaching youth baseball and serves as a coach of the Storm in Weston Little League.
He also started a sandlot-style baseball program where community children are given the opportunity to learn about baseball and develop their skills in an effort to eventually make a Little League team.
Fans, friends, players, Weston Little League Board Members and other coaches described Esposito as being fair, principled, encouraging, respectful, fun, dedicated, charismatic, a leader and a listener, a great motivator and a wonderful coach both on and off the field.
Esposito is currently in Williamsport, Pa. at the Little League World Series and will be throwing out the first pitch at a game Tuesday night at 8 p.m. It will be televised live on ESPN 2.