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Silver Knights release roster
- Updated: December 15, 2020
The Nashua Silver Knights have finalized their initial roster for the 2021 Futures Collegiate Baseball League season (New Hampshire residents in bold):
Pitchers: Wyatt Scotti (Northeastern), Phil Diblasi Jr. (Northeastern/Derry), Rob Cobb (Nichols), Nick Guarino (Clark), Jack Beauchesne (Northeastern), Ryan Murphy (Maryland), George Welch (St. Joseph’s/Derry), Griffin Young (Wheaton/Dover), Graham Jeffries (Salve Regina), Timmy Kalantzakos (Merrimack), Liam Eliot (UMass), Aidan Crowley (Boston College), Owen Kellington (UConn) Joe Nastasi (Penn State), Richie Paltridge (Penn State), Ryan Hohmann (Salve Regina), Jake Thibault (Merrimack) LT Pare (Merrimack), Noah Wachter (Plymouth State/Concord), Shea Ryan (Assumption), Tristan Corcoran (Elon), Nick Remy (UMBC/Atkinson), Gabe Driscoll (Binghamton).
Catchers: Nate Goranson (William & Mary), Greg Bozzo (Northeastern), Alex George (SNHU/Hollis).
Infielders: Matt Orlando (Maryland), Brandon Fish (Hartford/Londonderry), Dylan O’Sullivan (SNHU/Manchester), Connor Hujsack (VCU/Goffstown), Pat Casserly (Holy Cross), Sean Houck (Palm Beach Altantic), Kyle Hannon (Penn State), Nick Perkins (Endicott/Nashua), Sam McNulty (Boston College).
Outfielders: Logan Ott (Maryland), Lucas Carmichael (William & Mary), Alex Kennedy (SNHU), Ryan Coleman (UMass/Dover), Jackson Linn (Tulane).
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