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April 10th, 2012

Andrew Miller poised to join PawSox after two successful rehab outings with Class A Greenville

April 10, 2012

PAWTUCKET – Finally, there’s some good news concerning Andrew Miller.
Barring any setbacks, the hurler expects to take the next step in his rehab and join the Pawtucket Red Sox at some point on the team’s upcoming nine-game road trip. Miller made his second of two appearances with Single-A Greenville Monday, seeking to build off of Saturday’s one-inning stint that featured no runs on two hits. He did just that, retiring all three batters he faced on two groundball outs and one strikeout.
“I felt healthy and that’s all I can ask for,” said Miller when reached Monday afternoon.

April 8th

Look out for all these softball teams this season!

April 8, 2012

If you had to count the number of softball teams in the Blackstone Valley who should post winning records this season, you’re definitely going to need every finger on your two hands to total them up.
First, you have to start with the region’s top three teams who play in arguably the toughest division in the state, the Division I-North circuit. Defending state champion Cumberland, two-time state finalist Mount St. Charles, and Lincoln all reside here and figure to be fiercely battling it out for first place once again this season.

April 7th

Opening Day for East Wooonsocket Little League

April 7, 2012

During Saturday’s East Woonsocket Liitle League Opening Day parade, Logan Coles gives two thumbs up while marching with his Yankee teamates.

April 6th

Carlton, N.S. top Tedeschi, Burrillville, 1-0

April 6, 2012

NORTH SMITHFIELD — A couple of bunts and a couple of stolen bases decided the Division II-North’s best pitchers’ duel of the young season on Friday.
Jessica Tremblay’s safety squeeze bunt in the bottom of the third inning drove in Jamie LaFazia with the run that allowed North Smithfield sophomore Karissa Carlton to outduel Burrillville junior Cassidy Tedeschi and the host Northmen to squeak out a 1-0 victory that took 85 minutes to complete.

April 5th

Middlebrooks, Iglesias spark left side of PawSox infield

April 5, 2012

PAWTUCKET — Aaron Cook joined forces with the Red Sox over the winter after spending every single one of his 10 major-league seasons with the Colorado Rockies. Situated in Pawtucket as the 2012 season gets underway, the 33-year-old comes to McCoy Stadium with the reputation as someone who focuses primarily on pitching to contact and letting the defense take care of the rest.

Mount St. Charles downs Lincoln in lacrosse

April 5, 2012

WOONSOCKET — Before Mount St. Charles Academy faced Lincoln High in a Division II-North battle on Thursday afternoon, head coach Doug Allen asked his squad to be aggressive from the start, especially offensively, to set the tone.
It was something the Mounties had failed to do in a 9-7 loss to Providence Country Day only 48 hours earlier.
“We fell behind, 3-0, right away, and we had to work hard to battle back,” Allen stated. “We have a fast-break, running kind of team, and when we get a lead and we unleash the horses, we’re all set. If we don’t, then we’re usually in for a tough game.”

April 4th

PawSox kick off 2012 season tonight vs. Buffalo

April 4, 2012

PAWTUCKET – Speaking with a straight face, Jose Iglesias called his spring training experience under the direction of new Boston manager Bobby Valentine “awesome.” Expounding further, the shortstop prospect provided evidence designed to illustrate the change in culture surrounding the way the Red Sox conduct business between the white lines.

April 3rd

Confident Jose Iglesias ready for season

April 3, 2012

PAWTUCKET – Arnie Beyeler has been one of the few baseball constants in Jose Iglesias’ life since the Cuban defector joined the Red Sox organization three years ago, so when the second-year Pawtucket Red Sox manager expresses strong desire regarding what he thinks is in store for Iglesias in 2012, it’s best to take notice.

April 2nd

McGair: H.S. coach expresses optimism regarding PC prospect Ricky Ledo; Friars in good shape in pursuit of JUCO big man Sanchez

April 2, 2012

With the All-American Championship behind him and an appearance in the Jordan Brand Classic on tap for April 14, Ricky Ledo’s days of competing against fellow high schoolers are dwindling to a precious few.
Naturally, the hot button topic surrounding Ledo is whether the acclaimed prospect and Providence native will face eligibility issues in his quest to suit up for Providence College next season. Such concerns largely stem from the number of high schools (a total of four) he’s enrolled at since the fall of 2007, when Ledo attended Bishop Hendricken.

Mounties edge Lions in season opener, 4-3

April 2, 2012

LINCOLN -- It looks like the five scrimmages Mount St. Charles head coach Tom Seaver scheduled during the pre-season has paid dividends.
Then again, one in particular, he stated, was directly responsible for the Mounties’ ability to post a 4-3 Division I-North victory over Lincoln High in both teams’ season opener at Chet Nichols Memorial Field on Monday afternoon.

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