Resident Micki Reinhorn encouraging others to gather today at 5 p.m. at Haskell Field.
Saturday, December 15, 2012
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a message on the webpage MoveOn.org.) Dear friends, Yesterday was a defining moment in our nation’s history. Our second amendment, as interpreted by the supreme court, allowed an armed 20 year old to MURDER twenty young children and 6 adults INSIDE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. My heart goes out to all those that are affected, in Newtown, CT and beyond. This kind of gun violence must stop, and the time is now. While legislators, justices and politicians can debate about the constitution, laws and the “right to bear arms”, we must be clear that this is a debate about a country that allows for the repeated senseless murdering of our children! I can imagine the emotions in Newtown CT, now and for years to come, …
Improvements aimed to help with overall better play.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
To the casual observer the recent improvements accomplished at Feeley field this fall might not be noticeable. But for the players who have suffered bad hops, fat lips, and run-ins with the outfield fence, the improvements are dramatic. “The main reason for the Feeley reconstruction was player safety,” said Scott McGavick, president of Sudbury Babe Ruth. “Instances of infield grounders taking bad hops and hitting players in the chest and face were becoming too prevalent. The warning track had basically disappeared. At the highest level of baseball outfielders are frequently running full speed to chase fly balls to the fence. They rely on the visual and the feel of the different surface to know when the fence is close. In both cases, …