Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tri-State League HOF ceremony and Old Timers Day

The Tri-state Baseball League will hold its annual Hall-Of-Fame ceremony and Old Timers Day game on Sunday June 5th at Doc Bartlett Field in Amenia, NY. The HOF ceremony will begin at 12pm followed by the Old Timers Day game

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Sunday May 29

Naugatuck Dogs  5   Burlington  Hunters  0 Naugy was led by Lance Stevens (1-0) who gave up 5 hits and one walk while striking out 7 in a complete game shutout .  John Tenn (2-4, R, 2B, RBI) and Ryan Russell

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Wednesday May 25

Thomaston Threshers  4   Bristol Greeners  1  Jay LaFontaine had a two run single in the sixth inning and went the distance on the mound with a three-hitter as Thomaston defeated Bristol 4-1. Tim Collins had an RBI in a two-run

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Sunday May 22

Tri-Town Trojans  5   Torrington Rebels  3 Temperatures at the Tri-State Baseball League opener at Fuessenich Park Sunday night felt like March. Baseball, for the most part, looked like mid-June. The Tri-Town Trojans split the difference in a 5-3 win over

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Friday May 20

Bristol  Greeners  14   Prospect Homers  0  Bristol opened its season with a 14-0 win over Prospect on Friday night under the lights at Muzzy Field. Mike Hay through a gem — allowing just a single hit to Prospect’s Mike Valente

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Success earns Greeners respect

copyright By Johnny J. Burnham Staff Writer – Bristol Press  May 18th, 2011 BRISTOL — It typically takes a number of years for the newcomer to any league to earn enough respect from the other teams to be considered as

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