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Rusney Castillo to make major league debut

Rusney Castillo

Rusney Castillo is set to make his big league debut. Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell made the announcement Tuesday via MLB Network Radio. Farrell "it's likely Castillo will be in CF tomorrow, we fully planned out the final 2 weeks to keep getting at-bats" — MLB Network Radio (@MLBNetworkRadio) September 16, 2014 “I don’t expect him to be an ...

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Lowell Spinners Oktoberfest brewery list and information

Spinners

The Lowell Spinners, in conjunction with Merrimack Valley Distributors, are thrilled to announce the third annual Lowell Spinners Oktoberfest / Family Fun Day at LeLacheur Park to be held Saturday, September 27. Unlike most Oktoberfest’s the Spinners are committed to family fun and this is a day for the whole family. The day will include craft beer tasting; live music from ...

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Matt Barnes gives PawSox 2-0 series lead over Syracuse

Matt Barnes - PawSox

PAWTUCKET, R.I. – Being the underdog isn’t always so bad, just ask the Pawtucket Red Sox. Boston’s top farm club, which won the International League’s Wild Card title, took a commanding 2-0 series lead on the Syracuse Chiefs in the Governor’s Cup Playoffs and hits the road to Syracuse, N.Y. in prime position to move forward for a third consecutive year. ...

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Spinners fall short to Aberdeen in LeLacheur Park finale

Lowell Spinners

LOWELL, Mass. — With victories on Thursday and Friday night, the Lowell Spinners kept their slim hopes alive in the New York-Penn League Wild Card race. Little did the Aberdeen IronBirds know that one of their hometown kids would have the blow that dashed the home team’s hopes on Saturday night. Goffstown, N.H. native first baseman Riley Palmer broke a ...

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Pitching duel turns to Spinners offensive outburst in win over Aberdeen

(Photo/Justin Soderberg/Mill City Sports)

LOWELL, Mass. – It was another great night of offense, coupled with a great pitching for the Lowell Spinners as they are able to shutout the Aberdeen IronBirds, 9-0. The night got started with an incredible pitching duel between Lowell’s Aaron Wilkerson and Aberdeen’s John Means. Wilkerson tossed 7.0 innings, allowing no runs on only a single hit while striking out nine. ...

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Oliver “fires up” Spinners before season-best offensive performance

(Photo/John Corneau/Lowell Spinners)

LOWELL, Mass. — Who knew a national anthem standoff was such a big deal? Two nights after tossing Jhoan Urena, a top prospect in the New York Mets organization, New York-Penn League umpire Ryan Wilhelms put a stop to another post-national anthem duel between bullpens. Lowell Spinners manager Joe Oliver took exception and got the last laugh, throwing all the ...

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Locals, celebrities rally around cause in 21st Oldtime Baseball Game

Jimmy Ricoy Baseball

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The local baseball community gathered together on Monday night as St. Peter’s Field hosted the 21st Annual Oldtime Baseball Game. This year’s game was played as a dual benefit for the ALS Therapy Development Institute and the Pete Frates #3 Fund, but little did popular Boston Herald sports columnist Steve Buckley and his crew know the event ...

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Boston Red Sox win Rusney Castillo sweepstakes

Rusney Castillo

The Boston Red Sox have reportedly won the Rusney Castillo sweepstakes on Friday morning. The reports are that the high touted Cuban has agreed to a record-setting six-year, $72 million deal, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. The deal sets a record for Cuban-born players signing in Major League Baseball (MLB). Current Red Sox outfielder Yoenis Cespedes inked a four-year, $36 million deal in ...

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Lowell Spinners pay tribute to Lock Monsters with Boychuk bobble head

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LOWELL, Mass. – The Lowell Spinners and LeLacheur Park took a trip back in time on Thursday night. Honoring the Lowell Lock Monsters who played only blocks away from the ballpark at the Tsongas Center for eight seasons. The Lock Monsters played in Lowell for three seasons (1998-2001) as the American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. In 2001, ...

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Another night, more walk-off magic for Spinners against Connecticut

Lowell Spinners

LOWELL, Mass. – For the first time since July 7, the Lowell Spinners finally cracked the .500 mark on Thursday night, and did so via another walk-off win. This time, shortstop Mauricio Dubon played the role of hero, lining a one-out base hit inside the right field line in the tenth inning to lead the Spinners to a 6-5 victory ...

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