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Sachems seniors salute World Series Park Supt. for bringing nighttime baseball to Saugus

On May 23 graduating seniors on the Saugus High School baseball team presented World Series Park Superintendent Bob Davis a gift of appreciation for his tireless effort of fundraising and installation of lights at the field. The Saugus Sachems held the first-ever home baseball game under the lights on April 29.

The Saugus Sachems baseball team seniors are Nathen Ing, Ryan Anderson, Anthony Macone, Sean O’Rourke, Michael Howard, Matt MacEachern, Ryan Mabee, Anthony Cicolini, David Turilli and Drew Gardner. The players will be honored today (May 27) when they play the final home game of their careers at 4 p.m. at World Series Park. Saugus High will have its senior game vs. Everett. WIN Waste Innovations Plant Manager Jim Bianchi will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the game. There will be a special ceremony before the game. Little League players who wear their game shirts will get to come on the field during the ceremony and will also receive a ticket for a free slush at the concession stand.

To participate in the ceremony, the Little Leaguers should arrive at the field no later than 3:15 – 15 minutes before the ceremony starts. Feel free to contact Renee Howard (617-592-5876) with any questions or concerns.

WE LOVE YOU, BOB! The Saugus Sachems Baseball Team shows appreciation to World Series Park Superintendent Bob Davis for tenacious and tireless efforts to bring nighttime baseball to Saugus. Surrounding Bob Davis are the Saugus Sachems baseball team members of the Class of 2022: Nathen Ing, Ryan Anderson, Anthony Macone, Sean O’Rourke, Michael Howard, Matt MacEachern, Ryan Mabee, Anthony Cicolini, David Turilli and Drew Gardner. The senior players will be honored today in a ceremony before their final home game, set for 4 p.m. at World Series Park. (Courtesy photo to The Saugus Advocate)

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