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Staten Island Yankees Reveal Management Staff Changes

Staten Island Yankees

With their season just about to get underway, the Staten Island Yankees (Short Season A; NY-Penn League) are announcing several management staff changes. T. J. Jahn has become General Manager, while Jane Rogers is the Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations. In addition, Adam Lorber has been named Chief Revenue Officer and Jason Nazzaro is now the Chief Operating Officer.

“We’ve built a great staff in Staten Island, and I could not be more proud to work with TJ, Jane, Adam, Jay and our entire staff,” said Staten Island Yankees President/Operating Partner Will Smith. “Every full-time staffer here has been hired or gained additional responsibilities in the past two years. We look forward to the teamwork and success ahead as we open the season Saturday night at Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George.”

Jahn joined the Yankees in 2015 as Vice President, Tickets and most recently was Vice President, Operations. Previously he was with the Trenton Thunder (Class AA; Eastern League) for eight years where he began as an intern. He grew up in Clark, NJ, graduated from The College of New Jersey in 2009, and currently resides in Perth Amboy, NJ.

Rogers has been with the Staten Island Yankees since the inaugural season when the organization began in 1999. She was named the New York-Penn League Executive of the Year in 2018. She has been married to her husband, Mike, for 39 years and they are parents of Julie and Matthew. Originally from Brooklyn, she is a long-time resident of Staten Island.

Lorber joined the SI Yanks in 2016 as Vice President, Business Development. Previously he was with the Camden Riversharks (independent; Atlantic League) for eleven years where he served as President and General Manager. Adam is a native of North Caldwell, NJ and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Adam and his wife, Hallie, live in East Windsor, NJ, with their daughter, Samara, and their dog Reeses.

Nazzaro came to the Yankees in September of 2015. He previously spent eight years as an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he mainly focused on entertainment clients, including the MLB audit. Jason was born and raised on Staten Island and graduated from Seton Hall University. He currently resides in North Brunswick, NJ with his wife, Laura, his daughter, Annabelle and dog, Sassy.

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