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Gadomski takes over GM spot for Torrington Titans...

POSTED January 31, 2013
BY Timothy W. Gaffney
Twitter: @TimothyGaffney


The Torrington Titans, of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League of New England, will head into the 2013 season with a familiar face at the helm of operations. Titans majority owner Chris Carminucci has announced the hiring of Ed Gadomski who takes over as the teams new General Manager. Sander Stotland, the teams previous GM, has been elevated to the position of Senior Advisor to the GM. 
The Titans were in search of a well-known local product with strong ties to the community to continue the growth of the organization in Torrington. Gadomski has a plethora of knowledge in both baseball and business and is a perfect fit for the Titans baseball family. He has worked in baseball for years and is currently entering his 10th season as Tri-State Baseball League Commissioner, which has flourished under his tutelage. His presence as a mainstay in the area was an #important factor that ownership wanted to address after signing a new 5 year extension with the city to keep the Titans in Torrington.
Ed has been a baseball player all his life graduating from Kaynor Tech High School in 1985. His playing days included Watertown Mickey Mantle, Oakville Legion, Pearl St in the Waterbury Twi-Met League, Waterbury Laurels in the Nutmeg League and the Thomaston Spoilers and later Burlington Hunters of the Tri-State League. He hung his own spikes up to start umpiring with the Torrington Board of Umpires at the age of 40 though he still tries to find time to join the local Thomaston over-38’ baseball team.
He has served as Tournament Director for the AABC Stan Musial State Tournament since the 2004 season and has organized several charity fundraiser events in Litchfield County. He served as secretary on the Twi-Met ‘Stan Musial’ League board of directors during his playing days from 1988 to 1993. In 2012 he was presented with the John Wentworth Good Sport Award by the CT Sports Writers Alliance for his contribution to the sports community. He has recently been selected by the Tri-State League Board of Directors to be inducted into their Hall-Of-Fame during the 2013 season.
Ed graduated from Naugatuck Valley Community College in 1987 with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management. He continued his education in 1988 graduating at the top of his class from CPI in Bridgeport with a degree in Computer Operations and has been employed full-time over the past 25 years as a Computer Support Specialist for Waterbury Hospital.

The Torrington Titans, of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League of New England, will head into the 2013 season with a familiar face at the helm of operations.

Titans majority owner Chris Carminucci has announced the hiring of Ed Gadomski who takes over as the teams new General Manager.

Sander Stotland, the teams previous GM, has been elevated to the position of Senior Advisor to the GM. 

The Titans were in search of a well-known local product with strong ties to the community to continue the growth of the organization in Torrington.

Gadomski has a plethora of knowledge in both baseball and business and is a perfect fit for the Titans baseball family.

He has worked in baseball for years and is currently entering his 10th season as Tri-State Baseball League Commissioner, which has flourished under his tutelage.

His presence as a mainstay in the area was an #important factor that ownership wanted to address after signing a new 5 year extension with the city to keep the Titans in Torrington.

Ed has been a baseball player all his life graduating from Kaynor Tech High School in 1985. His playing days included Watertown Mickey Mantle, Oakville Legion, Pearl St in the Waterbury Twi-Met League, Waterbury Laurels in the Nutmeg League and the Thomaston Spoilers and later Burlington Hunters of the Tri-State League.

He hung his own spikes up to start umpiring with the Torrington Board of Umpires at the age of 40 though he still tries to find time to join the local Thomaston over-38’ baseball team.

He has served as Tournament Director for the AABC Stan Musial State Tournament since the 2004 season and has organized several charity fundraiser events in Litchfield County.

He served as secretary on the Twi-Met ‘Stan Musial’ League board of directors during his playing days from 1988 to 1993.

In 2012 he was presented with the John Wentworth Good Sport Award by the CT Sports Writers Alliance for his contribution to the sports community.

He has recently been selected by the Tri-State League Board of Directors to be inducted into their Hall-Of-Fame during the 2013 season.

Ed graduated from Naugatuck Valley Community College in 1987 with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management.

He continued his education in 1988 graduating at the top of his class from CPI in Bridgeport with a degree in Computer Operations and has been employed full-time over the past 25 years as a Computer Support Specialist for Waterbury Hospital.

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