Connecticut Hackers Baseball: Team History

Naugatuck NABA All-time Roster
A: Lou Alvarado
B: Mike Bastos, Nick Bastos, Jasper Beers, Ernie Bertothy, Mike Bochino, Jamie Bukowski, Jason Bukowski
C: Steve Croce, Matt Croteau, Ricky Cool
D: Dylan Danko, Zach Decker, Nate Deller, Denis Devaux, Jason DiDomenico, Mike Doran, Tom Doran, Tim Dowling, Wes Dutton
E: Joe Edmonds
F: Jeff Farrell, Nick Farrell, Jay Fidalgo, Mike Fox, Dan Frechette
G: Billy Giambra, TJ Giambra, Aaron Glick, Jim Gomperts
H: KJ Hanna, Dennis Hogan
J: Mat Jaronko
K: Anthony Kalogrides, Dan Kaminski, Justin Klish, Justin Kozlowski
L: Tom LaPorta, Erik Larsen, Ivan Lucuk
M: Nick Maher, Tee Maloney, Chris Martin, Ryan Mazurkivich, Jeff Mazzamurro, Jack McDonald, Jim McDonald, Jim McLaughlin, Arber Mehmedi
N: Mark Nagrabski, Jeff Napoli, Bob Neth
O: Liam Ohlmann
P: Nick Pereira, Jacin Perez, Zach Poveromo, Craig Prasauckas, Mike Prutting, Dom Pucci, Jeff Pugliese
R: Anthony Rivera
S: Ron San Angelo, Rob Servidas, RJ Shaw, Kyle Shea, Ken Stone, Ryan Strout, Bob Swierbitowicz, Ron Swierbitowicz
T: Billy Testone, Larry Testone, Mike Townsend, Matt Tynan
V: John Varrone, Craig Vincelette
W: Seamus Walsh, Steve Webb, Rad Welch
Z: Pete Zezima
Batboys: Hunter Stokes, Drew Sutherland 


Connie Mack - Predecessor of Naugatuck NABA

The Naugatuck NABA team was created in 2001 by Tom Doran to serve as an opportunity for players graduating from the Connie Mack team to continue to play baseball. The team was simply known as 'Naugatuck NABA.' After Tom's death in 2002, the team was taken over by assistant coach Pete Zezima. In 2004 Mike Doran, Nick Pereira and Matt Tynan got together and took over the team. They became known as the Naugatuck Hackers. In 2005 the team name was changed to 'Connecticut Hackers' which better reflected the growing player base, as many players began to join from other towns in the state.



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