PRESS RELEASE – The Laconia Muskrats, a longtime member of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) located in the Lakes Region in New Hampshire, have announced a team name change; beginning today, the organization will now be known as the Winnipesaukee Muskrats, as announced by Kristian Svindland, newly appointed General Manager of the organization. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – For the first time in league history, the New England Collegiate Baseball League will welcome a franchise to the Upper Connecticut River Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont, as Hartford, Vermont, will become home of the NECBL’s 13th franchise in 2016, the league announced on Friday. Continue reading
The owners of the summer collegiate Laconia Muskrats (New England Collegiate Baseball League) are looking to launch a second franchise in Lebanon (NH), if an outfield-fence problem at the targeted field can be worked out with Lebanon High School. Alternative options are also being explored in nearby Hartford and Norwich (VT). The owners face a Nov. 1 league deadline to finalize field plans. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Laconia Muskrats are excited to announce the release of the logo for the 2013 New England Collegiate Baseball League All Star Game. The Muskrats will host the All Star Game on Sunday, July 21st at Robbie Mills Field. The All Star Game will begin at 5:30PM and be preceded by the NECBL Home Run Derby at 2PM. Continue reading
The summer collegiate Laconia Muskrats (New England Collegiate Baseball League) will host the 2013 NECBL All-Star Game on July 21, 2013. As an interesting side note, you might recall that the Muskrats installed a 17 foot tall by 88 feet long replica of Fenway Park’s Green Monster at Robbie Mills Field last season. The second phase of the project to be completed before next season will include adding a viewing deck to the back of the wall. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Laconia Muskrats are excited to announce the construction of a replica Green Monster that will be added to Robbie Mills Field in time for Opening Day. The Muskrat Monster will be an imposing 17 feet tall and 90 feet in length. Attached to the back side of the Monster will be the Muskrats Party Deck where fans can watch the game and enjoy the newest menu Continue reading
The summer collegiate Laconia Muskrats (New England Collegiate Baseball League) have launched their own television show called “On Deck with the Muskrats” through the local public access channels in New Hampshire. At present, the show airs on LRPA TV in Laconia, PB Cam in Plymouth, and Bristol/Newfound TV. It can also be viewed through the team’s website and YouTube channel.
The two-year-old summer collegiate Laconia Muskrats (New England Collegiate Baseball League) made a pitch for selling beer at Robbie Mills Sports Complex, but Parks and Recreation Commissioner George Hawkins couldn’t get a second to his motion on Tuesday to allow the team to sell suds. Read more here.
Despite a per game average attendance of about 375 announced by the owner (or the inflated 863 reported on Pointstreak), the New England Collegiate Baseball League’s Laconia Muskrats plan to return next season. Read more here.
The Laconia (NH) Muskrats, the NECBL’s newest team, still have plenty of work to do before their inaugural home opener against the Sanford (ME) Mainers on June 4, but everything appears to be coming together. The $200,000 makeover of Robbie Mills Field is near completion, and team branded caps and t-shirts are available on the club’s website. The name of the mascot is also expected to be announced soon. Read more here.