With scant discussion and one dissenting vote, the City Council approved the request of the Winnipesaukee Muskrats (Summer Collegiate, New England Collegiate Baseball League) to offer beer and wine, along with hamburgers and hot dogs from the grill, at all home games at Robbie Mills Field during the 2016 season. Read more here.
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PRESS RELEASE – The Newport Gulls will kick off an expanded 44-game schedule this June, hosting 22 home games and the 2016 NECBL All-Star Game at Cardines Field throughout the summer. Continue reading
As the Winnipesaukee Muskrats (Summer Collegiate, New England Collegiate Baseball League) ready for their seventh season, general manager Kristian Svindland this week asked the Parks and Recreation Commission to permit the sale of beer and wine at home games played at Robbie Mills Field. Read more here.
During a press conference, the Upper Valley Nighthawks were introduced as the newest franchise in summer collegiate New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL). The team will play at the Maxfield Sports Complex in Hartford (VT) starting next summer. Read more and view photos here. Thanks to Mark Tobin for the news.
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
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
PRESS RELEASE – The Newport Gulls have hired Rob Masse to be the team’s broadcaster and deputy director of media relations, according to General Manager Chuck Paiva. Masse will take over lead play-by-play duties from long-time broadcast icon Nick Lima, who is staying on as director of media relations and will continue to work in an on-air capacity this summer. Continue reading