|Sal Careri||Palisades Park, NJ||6' 2"||165||R||R||P||Chesapeake College||STATS|
|Eamon Catherina||Ridgefield, NJ||6' 3"||225||R||R||P||Mercer County College||STATS|
|Bryan Moll||Piscataway, NJ||6' 3"||210||R||R||P||Union County College||STATS|
|KJ Stewart||Teaneck, NJ||5' 10"||160||R||R||P||Bergen Community College||STATS|
|David Strandberg||Weehawken, NJ||6' 3"||200||R||R||P||University of Rochester||STATS|
|Eriq Colon||Hackensack, NJ||6'||210||R||R||C||William Paterson University||STATS|
|Matt Riebesell||Paramus, NJ||6'||180||R||R||C||Muhlenberg College||STATS|
|Jack Benson||Cedar Grove, NJ||6' 1"||200||R||L||1B||Morris Community College||STATS|
|Denangelo Descorbeth||Cedar Grove, NJ||6'||250||R||L||1B||St. Thomas Acquinas College||STATS|
|Haxhi Lala||Bergenfield, NJ||6' 2"||195||L||L||1B||Raritan Valley College||STATS|
|Matt Ferrara||Paramus, NJ||5' 9"||175||R||R||2B||William Paterson College||STATS|
|Luke Magliaro||Fairfield, NJ||5' 9"||170||R||R||2B||Morris Community College||STATS|
|Isaiah Mateo||Hoboken, NJ||5' 6"||168||R||L||2B||Drew University||STATS|
|Jimmy Huber||Pompton Lakes, NJ||6' 2"||190||R||L||SS||Morris Community College||STATS|
|Dominic Magliaro||Fairfield, NJ||5' 8"||170||R||R||SS||Morris Community College||STATS|
|Andrew Guerci||Franklin Lakes, NJ||5' 10"||185||R||L||3B||Belmont University||STATS|
|Andrew Kauf||Boonton, NJ||6'||185||R||R||3B||Wesleyan College||STATS|
|Alec Bowie||Sparta, NJ||5' 10"||175||R||R||OF||Keuka College||STATS|
|Michael DiGirolamo||Dumont, NJ||5' 10"||185||R||R||OF||Ramapo College||STATS|
|Lloyd Padmore||Carteret, NJ||5' 11"||170||R||R||OF||Bucknell University||STATS|
|Michael Dellicarri||Congers, NY||6' 3"||195||R||L||OF||SUNY Oswego||STATS|
|Daniel Diaz||Teaneck, NJ||5' 9"||155||R||L||OF||Bryant University||STATS|
David Chaves is a life-long resident of Hudson County. He has played in the North Bergen baseball system since he was a child. David attended and played baseball at North Bergen High School from 1988 through 1992. He continued to play baseball at Rutgers-Newark from1998-2001. He was named assistant varsity coach at Irvington High School from 2006 to 2008, and then he was the assistant varsity coach at Weehawken High School from 2008-2012.
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The Hudson Cliff Hawks manager, Fernando Fuentes, was a two-time All-State selection and four-time All-County baseball player. He is a 2001 graduate from Weehawken High School in New Jersey. In 2001, Fernando was a 36th round draft pick of the New York Yankees. He chose to attend one of the most competitive junior college conferences in the country. Playing at Miami Dade Community College, he competed under the Hall of Fame Coach Steve Hertz. After completing one year, Fernando transferred to William Paterson University and played under another Hall of Fame Coach, Jeff Albies. Without completing his four-year degree, Fernando decided to tryout for the Rockford Riverhawks of the Frontier League. He signed his first and only professional contract on June 13, 2003. He made professional debut on June 14, 2003 against the Richmond Roosters.
A catcher by trade, Fernando spent some time with the New Jersey Jackals for Spring Training. He was able to learn from Ani Ramos, one of the areas most talented catching instructors. From 2004 to 2010 Fernando served as Anthony Stratton’s head assistant coach at his Alma Mater Weehawken High School. After the 2010 season, Fernando went on to coach the hitters and catchers at St. Mary of Rutherford for three seasons (2011-2013). Fernando also served as the head coach for the Junior Varsity’s football team and led them to a 6-2 record.
Currently, Fernando is the Head Assistant Baseball Coach at Memorial High School in West New York, New Jersey. He has also been a special needs paraprofessional for the past seven years. In addition, he has also been the head coach for the JV basketball team at Memorial for the last two seasons and has a record of 22-13. Fernando will be completing his Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix this August.
Fernando’s passion and effort mixed with fun can lead to great things not only in this great game of baseball, but in the greater game of life. Coaching is where he wants to be and will look to join a college staff immediately following the 2016 high school season.
Fernando resides in Weehawken, New Jersey and lives with his girlfriend and biggest supporter Tia Rendine. Fernando’s parents Orlando and Caridad reside in Florida and his brother Orlando resides in Rochelle Park, New Jersey with his wife.