Napa Silverados

The Napa Silverados are a professional baseball team based in Napa, California, United States and are members of the six-team Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs, an independent professional baseball circuit not affiliated with Major League Baseball. The team was founded in the summer of 2017 by Napa area businessman Bruce Johnston, but was sold to Napa Professional Baseball Company, consisting of David Halloran, Tito Fuentes Jr. (son of Giants legend Tito Fuentes), and Alma Eugenio Fuentes on March 20th, 2019.[1] They play their home games at Miner Family Field.[2]

Napa Silverados
LeaguePacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs
LocationNapa, California
BallparkMiner Family Field
Year founded2017
ColorsBlack, silver, dark red, white
OwnershipNapa Professional Baseball Company LLC

Current roster

Napa Silverados roster
Active roster Coaches/Other


  • 19 Andrew Click
  •  7 Adam Cox
  • 20 Billy Felo
  • 24 Andrew Fernandez
  • 32 Andrew Fuentes
  • 30 Eric Gleese
  •  2 Devontae Glenn
  • 26 Tre Hobbs
  • 21 Rob Humes
  • 12 Sean Jackson
  • 27 Gabe Katich
  • 17 Neil Lang
  • 36 Mark Young Jr.

Utility player

  • 34 Jordan Garr


  •  5 Jake Marshall
  • 10 Nicco Toni


  • 33 Dom Bethancourt
  • 16 Dakota Conners
  • 15 Josh Montelongo
  • 13 William Salas


  • 22 Jordan Anderson
  • 25 Austin Fitzpatrick
  • 31 Nick Ultsch


  • 23 Tito Fuentes Jr.


Disabled list
‡ Inactive list
§ Suspended list

Roster updated August 29, 2019


  1. James, Marty. "New ownership group for Napa Silverados' independent league professional baseball team". Napa Valley Register. Retrieved 2019-04-05.
  2. NAPA’S FIELD OF DREAMS - Local Pro Baseball Team Owner’s Reality, Lisa Adams Walter, Markertplace, June 2, 2017
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