Last Updated: February 5, 2016
  • Over 125 players in college and counting!!!
  • Sixteen Commitments for the 2016 Grad class!!
  • 3 former players drafted in 2014 - 4 in professional baseball
  • 2016 Winter Training Camps/Pitching Camp are now open
  • Registration Meeting Dates are now posted
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Proud Organizational Partner with USA Baseball's North Atlantic NTIS

The Staten Island Orioles are proud to announce that they are now an organizational partner for USA Baseball's North Atlantic NTIS.

The "National Team Identification Series" consists of a series of showcases/tryouts in all age groups, first on the local level and culminating in the selection of a regional team to represent the North Atlantic(NY,NJ,DE,CT) the weekend of July 25-26 at Baseball Heaven, in Long Island.

The regional teams will then be sent to USA Baseball headquarters in Cary,NC to participate in a tournament with other regions. The top 60 players from that tournament will be given the opportunity to represent the United States in international play.

For additional information and/or to register:

http://collegebaseballcamps.com/noatl

Best of luck to all the players participating!!

 

College Commitments for the Class of 2016

 

 

 

 

Over the last 10 years we have had the pleasure of seeing close to 150 players move on to the next level, academically, and in most cases athletically as well.

The bottom line is that these players WANTED to play at the next level, continue their education, and did what was necessary to get there.

This year is no exception. We are extremely proud of this particular graduating class. For the most part, this group of young men has been together for 5 years and have done everything we've asked of them, both on and off the field.

These decisions exempify what the Staten Island Orioles represent; that baseball should be used as a vehicle to higher education and that education is the main priority to a successful life.

We will not take credit for placing any player in any program, because we know that would be misleading the people we care about most, our parents and our players, both past and present.

Our involvement, was a SMALL part in the process, a decision that really has to be made by the parents, and to a greater degree, the student/athlete themselves.

At this time we are extremely proud to announce, and recognize our 2016 College Commitments.

 

Joe Titta

 

St.Joseph College

Thomas Ambrosino

Adelphi University

Marc Bisogno

Fordham University

 

Tom Bonviso

Ramapo College

 

Vin Caldiere

John Jay College

Joe DiSilvio

 

John Jay College

James Greig

Felician University

Vin Juliano

 

St. Joseph College

Matt LoBello

SUNY Maritime

Anthony Maisano

St. Thomas Aquinas College

Reyan Mustafoski

St. Thomas Aquinas College

Everett Rodriguez

Felician University

Charlie Salvador

St. Joseph's College

Vin Timpanelli

St. Thomas Aquinas College

Joe Weaver

Ramapo College

Danny Wynne

John Jay College