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Michael Fabiaschi joins the Litchfield County Sports team.

POSTED October 22, 2012
BY Timothy W. Gaffney
Twitter: @TimothyGaffney



We are proud to announce that Michael Fabiaschi will be joining the LCS team in the Sales and Marketing department. Fabiaschi, seen here with Rick Wilson on one of our visits to see him play in upstate New York, is home for the winter from his assignment in the Oakland Athletics farm system. Welcome aboard Michael!

TORRINGTON: We could not be happier to announce the addition of Torrington native, Michael Fabiaschi to the team at Litchfield County Sports.com.
The former Raider two-sport star and current member of the Oakland Athletic farm system will head up our Sales and Marketing team while he is home this winter.
For us, it is a perfect fit.
A young man who we have covered for the better part of ten years as he played basketball and baseball at THS who presents himself with a professionalism and politeness that is ingrained in him from a strong Torrington family.
His resume is impressive.
A 2006 THS graduate, Fabiaschi was on the Raiders basketball team that won the Class L State Championship for legendary head coach Tony Turina. 
He earned letters four consecutive years in both baseball and basketball.
While baseball ending up being his strongest sport, he brought home the hardware in hoops as well with two, All-NVL awards and an All-State honor as well.
Fabiaschi honed his skills on the diamond at Fuessenich Park during his high school days, earning All-State and All-NVL honors three times while playing for another legendary coach, Gerry Carbone.
After graduating in 2006, Fabiaschi went on to attend James Madison University in Virginia where he graduated with a degree in finance in 2010.
He would return to Fuessenich to play for the Torrington Twisters in 2007 and was a teammate of Stephen Strasburg.  
He was voted the JMU Male Scholar Athlete for his stellar work in 2009.
In June of 2010, he was picked in the 38th round of the Major League Draft by the A’s.
With his local ties and tremendous work ethic, we are confident that Michael can help take Litchfield County Sports to the next level, something he has proven to be very good at!
Welcome aboard Mr. Fabiaschi!
       

TORRINGTON: We could not be happier to announce the addition of Torrington native, Michael Fabiaschi to the team at Litchfield County Sports.com.

The former Raider two-sport star and current member of the Oakland Athletic farm system will head up our Sales and Marketing team while he is home this winter.

For us, it is a perfect fit.

A young man who we have covered for the better part of ten years as he played basketball and baseball at THS who presents himself with a professionalism and politeness that is ingrained in him by a strong Torrington family.

His resume is impressive.

A 2006 THS graduate, Fabiaschi was on the Raiders basketball team that won the Class L State Championship for legendary head coach Tony Turina. 

He earned letters four consecutive years in both baseball and basketball.

While baseball ending up being his strongest sport, he brought home the hardware in hoops as well with two, All-NVL awards and an All-State honor as well.

Fabiaschi honed his skills on the diamond at Fuessenich Park during his high school days, earning All-State and All-NVL honors three times while playing for another legendary coach, Gerry Carbone.

After graduating in 2006, Fabiaschi went on to attend James Madison University in Virginia where he graduated with a degree in finance in 2010.

He would return to Fuessenich to play for the Torrington Twisters in 2007 and was a teammate of Stephen Strasburg.

He was voted the JMU Male Scholar Athlete for his stellar work in 2009.

In June of 2010, he was picked in the 38th round of the Major League Draft by the A’s.

With his local ties and tremendous work ethic, we are confident that Michael can help take Litchfield County Sports to the next level, something he has proven to be very good at!

Welcome aboard Mr. Fabiaschi!       

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