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Mark Scialabba World Series champ 2019!

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Washington Nationals won their first World Series title with a heart-stopping Game 7 win over the Houston Astros last Wednesday night, and Queensbury High School 1998 grad Mark Scialabba was in the middle of it as the team’s Assistant General Manager, Player Development.

“It’s been wild since then,” Scialabba told The Chronicle Tuesday. There have been celebrations on the field and in the …

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Our November 7 Issue

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Mark Scialabba in key job with Washington Nationals, at World Series

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“It’s been a wild ride,” says Mark Scialabbra, the 1998 Queensbury High School graduate who is Director of Player Development for the Washington Nationals, who are now playing the Houston Astros in the World Series.

“It’s pretty amazing what the players have accomplished. They are playing for one another. It’s a testament to their talent and leadership. And it’s been fun to watch.”

Scialabba …

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