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THE WEIRS TIMES, Thursday, April 15, 2010

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The Muskrats will cel-

ebrate the 4th of July by playing host to the North Shore Navigators. July will also see a special exhibition game where the Muskrats will face off against Team Canada on the 8th. The Muskrats will close out

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Norman Dionne, who managed baseball teams in Laconia in the post World War II era, talks with Noah Crane, general manager of the Laconia Muskrats.

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Nathan and Shelly Batchelder show some of the collectibles which help pay for sports equipment for young athletes through the Rich Velasquez Youth Sports Equipment Foundation.

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munity,’’ says Crane. The Crane family teamed

up with the city of La- conia and Laconia Sav- ings Bank to make more than $200,000 worth of upgrades to Robbie Mills Park to meet the NECBL’s standards. The Muskrats compete

in the Eastern Division of the New England Colle- giate Baseball League. The

Muskrats Eastern Division foes are: 2010 NECBL Champion Newport Gulls, the Sanford Mainers, New Bedford Bay Sox, Lowell All Americans, and the North Shore Spirit. The Muskrats will play each Eastern Division team six times, with three home games and three away. The Western Division of the NECBL is comprised of the Vermont Mountain-

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the season with three straight home games at Robbie Mills Field starting with the Sanford Mainers on June 4. On June 14 the Muskrats will travel to Nashua, to play the Lowell All Americans at historic

Holman Stadium, where many Dodger greats like Don Newcomb and Roy Campanella once played.

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