League: Playoff Tournament

Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League Playoffs

M&T Bank

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M&T Bank – Wethersfield, CT

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2022 Regular Season

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Orioles @ Jets – Playoff Game #18

Expos @ Orioles – Playoff Game #17

People’s @ Expos – Playoff Game #16

Jets @ Orioles – Playoff Game #15

Steel @ People’s – Playoff Game #14

Graphics @ Expos – Playoff Game #13

Expos @ Jets – Playoff Game #12

Phillies @ Steel – Playoff Game #11

Colts @ Graphics – Playoff Game #10

People’s @ Orioles – Playoff Game #9

Phillies @ Jewelers – Playoff Game #8

Greeners @ Colts – Playoff Game #7

Jewelers @ Jets – Playoff Game #6

 

Expos @ Steel – Playoff Game #4

Colts @ Orioles – Playoff Game #5

People’s @ Graphics – Playoff Game #3

 

Greeners @ Jewelers – Playoff Game #2

Colts @ Phillies – Playoff Game #1

Steve Krajewski

Steve Krajewski grew up in Rockville, Connecticut, and attended Rockville High School. Before his freshman year at the age of 13 years old Krajewski played for the Vernon Orioles in a GHTBL game.  More than likely, he was the youngest player in league history. Krajewski also played American Legion and eventually suited up for Eastern Connecticut State University for head baseball coach Bill Holowaty. He restarted his twilight career in 1974 after finishing the American Legion program. As a Vernon Oriole, he had 333 RBI, a .331 batting average and 55 home runs. He was selected to the GHTBL All-Star team 10 times. He led the league in hits and average in 1988. Krajewski enjoyed playing for long time friend, coach, sponsor and GHTBL Hall of Fame inductee Frank J. McCoy. Krajewski also took great pride in representing his hometown of Vernon. He coached Vernon’s American Legion program for three years and then managed the Vernon Orioles for two years, winning the 1999 GHTBL Playoff Championship. Krajewski spent nearly 30 years with the Vernon Orioles and now returns as General Manager. He was inducted into the GHTBL Hall of Fame 1995 and the Rockville High School Hall of Fame in 2014. He is now retired after working for the Town of Vernon as the Vernon Parks and Recreation Assistant Director for 42 years.

Kevin Powell

Born on December 14, 1959, Kevin Powell grew up in Brooklyn, New York and attended St. Francis Prep. There he earned a City Championship and was recruited to play at Iona College. He later became player-manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Club in the New York City Baseball League. Powell was the 1985 recipient of the league’s Walter Alston Memorial Award given for dedication to the game, on and off the field. He moved north to Connecticut and was a member of the Vernon Orioles under Frank McCoy (1990-1994). Powell now returns in 2021 as Assistant General Manager in support of Orioles manager Jack Ceppetelli. Powell currently resides in Coventry, CT with wife Karen and daughter Kristen.