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Archive - Apr 24, 2011

Baseball season warming up

April 24, 2011

High school baseball players in New England understand there are two phases to their season – chilly and warm. April is usually rainy and cool until the final week of the month. Players must deal with the conditions and try to persevere, knowing the warmth of May is eventually going to arrive.
With the temperature climbing to 76 degrees on Sunday, there’s a hint that warmer weather is right around the corner. That’s good because the division races are starting to take shape and some of this week’s games are pretty interesting.

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