amLinks: Marblehead Reporter + North Shore Sunday

NAVIGATORS 2009 OFFICIAL LOGOThe Marblehead Reporter has details on the Marblehead Community Night, scheduled for June 8 at Fraser Field as the Navigators take on the Danbury Westerners at 7 PM:

The North Shore Navigators will be hosting Marblehead Night on Monday, June 8. The game will begin at 7 p.m. at the home of the Navigators, Lynn’s Fraser Field. Tickets are $6 each, and are available through May 20; 50 percent of each ticket sale comes back to Marblehead Youth Baseball to help financially accommodate those children who would otherwise be unable to play baseball.

Each year, Marblehead Youth Baseball gives out thousands of dollars in scholarships to help children stay on a team.

There will be no youth baseball games played in Marblehead on June 8, so that everyone can come and enjoy a night at the ballpark, while helping raise funds for the Marblehead Youth Baseball player financial aid scholarships. The evening will offer a variety of fun activities that will be done by MYB participants. Among the activities are: Throwing out the first pitch, announcing play ball, singing the national anthem, accompanying the players to the bases during introductions etc.

This is the Navigators second season on the North Shore at Lynn’s Fraser Field. The Navigators play in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, a 12-team summer collegiate wooden bat baseball league comprised of some of the nation’s premier pro prospects from around the country. The Navigators play 21 home games from June through the end of July.

North Shore Sunday also has a blurb about the Navigators, with this one advertising Opening Night – the Navigators’ June 4 game against the 2009 NECBL Champion Sanford Mainers:

The North Shore Navigators will kick off their season at Fraser Field in Lynn on Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m. vs. the Sanford Mainers, NECBL 2009 champions.

The Navigators are a member of the New England Collegiate Baseball League a Pro-Prospect Development League.With at least one team in each New England state, the 12-team Wood Bat summer Collegiate Baseball League showcases the Nation’s Premier Collegiate Pro-Prospects from around the country.

…two weeks from tomorrow, folks, and we’ll get to see this team in action…

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