Monthly Archives: June 2011

Congressman Anthony Weiner

New York Congressman Weiner has apparently checked himself into a rehab of some kind to give him counseling on how to better control himself from doing the kinds of things he has been doing. He has basically ruined his life and has shown himself to be damaged material. What he did is not normal....

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NEAA Fields Three Dodgers Traveling Teams

Three traveling baseball teams have been fielded in the RBI Inner City Baseball League by the North End Athletic Association for the 2011 season. All three teams carry the name Dodgers and are in three separate age brackets. The Freshman Dodgers range from ages 13-14 and play a ten game regular season. The team...

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NEAA Freshman Dodgers Take Two

Scoring 37 runs in their last two games got the Freshman Dodgers back in the winner’s circle with convincing a 20-8 and 17-0 wins in the RBI inner city league. The Dodgers came out slow in the first game but just kept scoring and scoring beating the Tigers 20-8. The Tigers scored first on...

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Cards Beat Cubs 10-1

The Cardinals evened their regular season record at 3-3-1 in the NEAA Major League Baseball program with a 10-1 convincing rout of the Cubs. Most of the damage came in the 2nd inning when the Cards sent several runners across the plate with two outs and one on. Owen Locke singled to start the...

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Indians Win Exciting Comeback Victory 14-13

A six run first inning gave the Tigers a 6-0 lead over the Indians in a NEAA Majors Baseball game at Langone Park. It started with a leadoff double by Michael Leavitt, and a walk. Megan Leavitt reached on an infield single loading the bases with no outs. Before the inning was over DJ...

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NEAA Junior Dodgers Open Season 2-0

Starting off 2-0 in the RBI League (baseball in the inner city) is a good start for the NEAA Junior Dodgers (15-16) Baseball team coached by Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and Matthew Imbergamo. The local team will play a 12 game regular season and playoffs if they make them. In their first game of the...

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Two Baseball Programs Ending

NEAA Baseball Coordinator John Romano has advised the Review that its Minor League Baseball program will wrap up Friday, June 17 with the final game being played at Langone Park at 5:30pm. Romano also noted that the T-Ball program sponsored by the Boston Red Sox Foundations’ Rookie Ball League will play its last game...

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Obituaries 06-14-2011

Leonard Fici Former employee of Schnitzer Northeast Leonard J. Fici of Revere, formerly of the North End of Boston, died unexpectedly on June 4. He was 58 years old. A US Marine Corps veteran, he was a former employee of Schnitzer Northeast, Everett. He was raised in the North End of Boston, the son...

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