Connecticut Hackers Baseball: Team History

Naugatuck NABA All-time Roster
A: B: C:
Alvarado, Lou

Bastos, Mike

Croce, Steve 
  Bastos, Nick Cool, Ricky
  Beers, Jasper   
  Bertothy, Ernie   
  Bochino, Mike  
  Bukowski, Jamie  
  Bukowski, Jason   
     
D: E: F:
Decker, Zack Edmonds, Joe Farrell, Jeff 
Deller, Nate   Farrell, Nick
Devaux, Denis   Fidalgo, Jay
DiDomenico, Jason   Fox, Mike
Doran, Mike   Frechette, Dan
Doran, Tom    
Dowling, Tim    
Dutton, Wes    
     
G: H: J: 
Giambra, Billy Hanna, KJ Jaronko, Mat 
Giambra, TJ Hogan, Dennis  
Glick, Aaron    
Gomperts, Jim    
     
K: L: M:
Kalogrides, Anthony LaPorta, Tom Maher, Nick
Kaminski, Dan Larson, Erik Maloney, Tom
Klish, Justin Lucuk, Ivan Martin, Chris
Kozlowski, Justin   Mazurkivich, Ryan
    McDonald, Jack
    McDonald, Jim
    McLaughlin, Jim
    Mehmedi, Arber
     
N: P: R:
Nagrabski, Mark Pereira, Nick Rivera, Anthony
Napoli, Jeff  Perez, Jacin  
Neth, Bob Prasauckas, Craig  
  Prutting, Mike  
  Pucci, Dom  
  Pugliese, Jeff  
     
S: T: V:
SanAngelo, Ron Testone, Billy Vincelette, Craig
Servidas, Rob Testone, Larry   
Shaw, RJ Townsend, Mike  

Shea, Kyle

Tynan, Matt  
Stone, Ken    
Strout, Ryan    
Swierbitowicz, Bob    
Swierbitowicz, Ron     
     
W: Coaches: Batboys:
Walsh, Seamus Doran, Mike  Stokes, Hunter
Webb, Steve Doran, Tom Sutherland, Drew 
  Zezima, Pete  


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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