Stan Babieracki graduated from Monsignor McClancy H.S. in 1965 as one of the top baseball players in the history of the school. In his senior year, he set a school record for the most home runs in a single season. Stan made the first team of the Brooklyn-Queens League All-CHSAA. He received numerous honors from the local newspapers for All-City and All-Queens Teams in 1965.
Upon graduation, he accepted a full scholarship for baseball to St. John’s University. At St. John’s, Stan had the lowest ERA (0.55) of any pitcher playing Division I baseball in 1969.
Stan played varsity baseball at St. John’s in 1967, 1968, and 1969. After graduation, Stan played in the Minor Leagues for the Atlanta Braves organization from 1969 to 1973. After his baseball career was over, he became an outstanding softball player in the various Queens Fast Pitch Leagues.
He worked 24 years for Dunn and Broadstreet Corporation as a National Account Representative. Stan presently resides in Jackson Heights.