Nuttall spent his entire professional career in education, beginning in 1966 as a mathematics teacher in Niskayuna. He later relocated to Virginia, where he spent 30 more years in education.
Yandoli played baseball for Don Axtell from 1974-77. He started at catcher and helped Oneonta to four winning seasons that included one SUNYAC title and two Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament championships.
A two-year captain, Yandoli made the SUNYAC All-Conference First Team three times. He also was an ECAC Upstate All-Star as a senior.
Yandoli batted .300 all-time and caught a no-hitter by Oneonta Hall of Famer Roger Weaver, who went on to pitch for the Detroit Tigers.
Yandoli went on to own and operate nine McDonald’s Restaurant franchises from 1990-2007. He is the president/owner of Optimized Hospitality Corporation, which is a consulting business for restaurant and beverage companies.