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Mavericks Play Last Games in Portsmouth, Leary Field

After five summers playing its home games at the Leary Field near downtown Portsmouth (NH), Seacoast Maverick’s (Summer Collegiate, Futures League) owner Dave Hoyt confirmed that Sunday’s doubleheader games against Nashua were the last two games the team would play in the city.  Read more here.

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New Ballpark On Deck in Dover

Seacoast Mavericks LogoA large sports complex could be coming to the area between Littleworth and Tolend roads in Dover (NH).  The project would involve moving the Seacoast Mavericks (Summer Collegiate, Futures League) to the new facility.  Read more here.

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Plans for New Seacoast Mavs Ballpark Presented

Seacoast Mavericks LogoRepresentatives from USA Training Center presented their proposal at a Brentwood (NH) planning board meeting that was considered the first big step in what will likely be a lengthy approval process.  The goal of the proposal is to provide home fields for the USA Mavericks Baseball Club and Seacoast Mavericks (Summer collegiate, Futures Collegiate Baseball League).  Read more here.

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Eyeing New Home for Seacoast Mavs

Seacoast Mavericks LogoUSA Training Center is eyeing land in Brentwood (NH) for a possible 2,000- to 3,000-seat baseball stadium with four fields for amateur baseball, along with additional retail development.  The facility would provide home fields for the USA Mavericks Baseball Club and Seacoast Mavericks (Summer Collegiate, Futures Collegiate Baseball League).  Read more here.

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Mavericks First Full Season in Portsmouth Considered a Success

Seacoast Mavericks LogoThe summer collegiate Seacoast Mavericks (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) finished their first full season at Leary Field in Portsmouth (NH), after taking the facility and market for a six-game test spin last season.  Mavericks owner Dave Hoyt and FCBL commissioner Chris Hall appear to be pleased with the team’s 435 fans per game performance.  Read more hereView photos here.

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Friday Observation

BBiz SecondaryWe noticed that the indy pro Trinidad Triggers (Pecos League) and summer collegiate Seacoast Mavericks (Futures Collegiate Baseball League)  are using the same cowboy image clipart in their primary or secondary marks.  From our perspective, using clipart to represent the face of your organization is never a good idea, if you want to be taken seriously as a  professionally run sports franchise.

Trinidad Triggers and Seacoast Mavericks Marks

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Mavericks Moving to Portsmouth

Seacoast Mavericks LogoAfter testing the waters at Leary Field in Portsmouth (NH) for six games last season, the summer collegiate Seacoast Mavericks (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) have worked a deal to relocate the franchise from the team’s current home in  Rochester (NH) to the port city.  From our perspective, this is a bit of a coup, as efforts to bring a team to Portsmouth over the past decade have failed.   Read more here.

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Seacoast Mavericks in Portsmouth Tonight

The summer collegiate Seacoast Mavericks (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) will play the first of six games at Leary Field in Portsmouth (NH) on Friday, July 20.  The Mavericks will return to Leary on July 28 for one more and August 1-4 for a four-game series.  View schedule here.  No ownership group has been able to penetrate the Portsmouth market over the years, but the Mavericks are giving it a shot.

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Mavericks to Play Games in Portsmouth

The summer collegiate Seacoast Mavericks (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) based in Rochester (NH) will play six of their home games this season at Leary Field near downtown Portsmouth (NH).  Portsmouth has remained a target market over the years, but efforts to build a new facility or renovate Leary have never come to fruition.  Concerns about displacing the local youth teams at Leary Continue reading

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Mavericks Hire New GM

PRESS RELEASE – The Seacoast Mavericks have not wasted any time in making plans for year two in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League. Less than three weeks after the completion of the inaugural FCBL campaign, the Mavericks Director of Baseball Operations Mike Daboul has announced some changes and additions to his front office staff. Continue reading

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Seacoat Mavericks Players Dies After Practice

In very sad news, Seacoast Mavericks player Adam Keenan, 21, died of cardiac arrest after the team’s first practice on Monday.  Keenan was a student and ballplayer at UMass Lowell.  The Mavericks are a new team in the start-up Futures Collegiate Baseball League.  Read more and view news clip here.

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Seacoast Mavericks Hire Director of Business Operations

PRESS RELEASE – The Seacoast Mavericks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League announced today the hiring of Jim Anderson as director of business operations.  Anderson, a native of Nashua, NH, has spent 16 years in professional sports, 10 in Major League Baseball.  Most recently, he was assistant director of media relations for the St. Louis Cardinals from 2004-2009.  Continue reading

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Mavs Prez Live on Friday Night Fenway

PRESS RELEASE – Red Sox legend Bob Stanley will be on the Yawkey Way stage as a guest of Tom Caron Friday April 29th at 5:30 pm before the Red Sox host the Seattle Mariners.  Caron, who hosts the Red Sox pre-game show Friday Night Fenway, will be speaking with Stanley about his current role as President of the Seacoast Mavericks (Rochester, NH) of the newly formed Continue reading

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Seacoast Mavericks provide Capital Improvements to Bert George Field

PRESS RELEASE – The Seacoast Mavericks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League are nearing the end of their $50,000 plus upgrade to Bert George Field in Rochester, NH. Bert George Field will be the home of the Mavs franchise entered to play in the inaugural season of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) this summer. Opening day is June 9th. Continue reading

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Red Sox Hall of Famer Named President of Mavericks

PRESS RELEASE – The Seacoast Mavericks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) announced Monday that former Major League Baseball All-Star Bob Stanley will serve in the capacity of team President. Stanley, who was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2000, was the Sox all time saves leader until Jonathan Paplebon passed him in 2009. Continue reading

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More About the Seacoast Mavericks, Rochester

SeacoastOnline.com reporter Mike Zhe takes a look at the new Seacoast Mavericks from the start-up Futures Collegiate Baseball League, and the choice of Rochester (NH) as the club’s new home town.  Read more here.  The population of Rochester is 30,957 and located 25 miles inland from Portsmouth.  See map here.

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Mavericks to Call Rochester (NH) Home

PRESS RELEASE – Mavs officials agree to a five year lease to play at Bert George Field at Spaulding High School. Dave Hoyt, owner of the Seacoast Mavericks of the newly formed Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) has announced that the Mavs have signed a five year lease with Rochester (NH) school officials to call Bert George Field at Spaulding High School their home. Continue reading

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Seacoast Mavericks Launch Inaugural Website

The Futures Collegiate Baseball League’s Seacoast (NH/ME) Mavericks have launched a new website at www.seacoastmavericks.com.  The team will begin play in the inaugural FCBL this season at a yet-t0-be-named ballpark in New Hampshire or Maine.

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New Futures League Site Up and Running, Mavericks on Deck?

The new website for the Futures Collegiate Baseball League has gone live at www.thefuturesleague.com.  It appears that the Seacoast (location TBD) Mavericks (a temporary name?) will be joining the Martha’s Vineyard (MA) Sharks and the new team in Nashua (NH) for the league’s inaugural 2011 season.

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