Minor baseball would not function on Prince Edward Island without volunteers; especially volunteer administrators. While administrators may not get the same coverage as a coach or a manager, without an administrator, there would be no team in the first place. For over seven years, Andrew Cameron has been the president of Cornwall and Area Minor Baseball Association. During that time, the community of Cornwall has grown a great deal and Andrew has made CAMBA one of the finest minor baseball associations in the province. CAMBA runs some of the finest grassroots programming of any association in the province, with a strong and organized Rally Cap program and excellent coaches at the 9U and 11U levels. Andrew personally oversees that these vital grassroots programs are run well and works very hard to get the best people involved, and it shows. Cornwall’s numbers at these levels are consistently high, and the focus on development at these levels has led to Cornwall having some very talented teams at the 11U and 13U levels. Not only is Andrew Cameron extremely involved with this, but CAMBA is always a leading association within Baseball PEI, working hard to grow and improve the game for its members and players throughout the province. On top of that, Cameron has been on the coaching staff for at least one or two teams each year for the past number of years. Baseball in Cornwall and across Prince Edward Island owes Andrew Cameron a great deal, and he is Baseball PEI’s 2020 Volunteer Administrator of the Year, presented by ADL and Sport PEI!