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2021 Regular Season Standings

2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

Phillies Roster 2021 Regular Season

1Aedin Wadja2B61835100011007020.2780.3330.278000000000000000.000.00
2Brody LabbeOF5161421002001120.3130.3000.250000000000000000.000.00
3Michael LevesqueC000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
5Caleb TourtelotteC130000000000020.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
6Luke TerranceOF, P5152210001001030.1330.1760.133000000000000000.000.00
7Drew DaleyP000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
9Patrick McMahonINF4121500000003140.4170.5630.417000000000000000.000.00
10Jake PetrozzaOF5172411000000050.2940.2350.235000000000000000.000.00
12Dorian TanasiINF5100110000014040.1000.3570.100000000000000000.000.00
13Casey JohnsonP100000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
14Mike LisinicchiaOF, P000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
15Spencer GiglioP510000000000010.0000.0000.000000003.2854160103.138.75
18Aidan BrennanUTIL000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
19Andre JoseP000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
20George JanssenC, P000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
21Luke MathewsonP640121000000010.5000.2500.25022100158538300101.131.40
23Jordan Zima1B4172600000010020.3530.3530.353000000000000000.000.00
28Cody BondraUTIL130000000000020.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
30Thomas Slane1B, 3B6202550011001030.4000.2730.250000000000000000.000.00
32Noah ShawP100000000000000.0000.0000.000000001100000001.000.00
33Will WalshOF5101000000002050.0000.1670.000000000000000000.000.00
34Trevor MoultonOF, P511000000001110.0000.6670.0003111019.1211083160101.312.93
35Chris GibbOF000000000000000.0000.0000.000000000000000000.000.00
36Jared ZimaC3102100000001010.1000.1820.100000000000000000.000.00
37Kyle RichardsOF5153410000022040.2670.3530.267000000000000000.000.00

South Windsor Phillies

Manager Ron Pizzanello

Born on October 13, 1954 in Hartford, Connecticut, Pizzanello is one Hartford's top catchers of all-time. He led Hartford to Connecticut's Little League championship in 1967. Pizzanello was a star catcher for the city's Jaycee Courant and American Legion programs. He was captain of the Bulkeley High School varsity baseball team, named All-CDC catcher and graduated in 1972. At Eastern Connecticut State University, Pizzanello was elected captain, played in two DIII National Championships, selected to the All-New England Team and earned a bachelor's degree in 1976. During this time, he played summer ball in the GHTBL from 1971 to 1989, mostly with the Vernon Orioles. In 1977, he was signed to catch for Nettuno of the Italian Baseball League. After his professional stint, Pizzanello focused on coaching in the Town of South Windsor, Connecticut including Little League, Jaycee Courant, Senior League and American Legion. He worked for 37 years at Hartford Insurance Company and IBM in information technology and technical services. In 2017, after being inducted into the Bulkeley High School Athletic Hall of Fame, he became the first manager of the South Windsor Phillies club and won the 2020 GHTBL Regular Season championship. He lives in Eastford, Connecticut with his wife Charlene and have three children.

General Manager Gary Burnham Jr.

Born on October 13, 1974, in Hartford, Connecticut. Burnham is one of Connecticut's most prolific baseball players of all-time. Though selected in the 22nd round of the 1993 MLB Draft out of South Windsor High School by the Chicago Cubs, he opted to play at Clemson University. In 1995, he was named a third team All-American by Baseball Writers of America. The Oakland A's chose Burnham in the 40th round of the 1996 MLB Draft; but again, did not sign. During the summer, Burnham played in the Cape Cod Baseball League for Orleans and then Falmouth. He was an All-Star both years and earned MVP of the 1995 Cape League All-Star Game. Returning for a senior season at Clemson, he hit .391, tied for 5th in the ACC. Burnham was chosen by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 22nd round of the 1997 MLB Draft and signed. By 1999, he was first baseman for the Reading Phillies of the Eastern League with the best batting average in the Phillies farm system. He was traded to the Toronto Blue Jays during Spring Training of 2002, proceeded to hit 17 home runs and 88 RBI and won team MVP. His 2004 season was split between the St. Louis Cardinals' Memphis Redbirds affiliate and the Cincinnati Reds' Louisville Bats. In 2006, after a hot stat with the Bridgeport Bluefish, Burnham returned to the Phillies system. He led the 2007 International League in OBP for the Ottawa Lynx and was named team MVP. In 2010, the Reading Phillies named Gary Burnham to their All-Decade team as an outfielder and was later inducted into the Reading Phillies Hall of Fame. Burnham continued to play professional baseball in Taiwan, Japan and Europe and once hit a game-winning homer off Masahiro Tanaka in 2009 as a member of the Chiba Lotte Marines of the Japanese Baseball League. In his return to Connecticut, Burnham has worked in medical device sales and owns a property management company. He has been a contributing sponsor, player and General Manager of the South Windsor Phillies since 2018. He lives in South Windsor with his wife Rachel and three children.