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New Hampshire Fisher Cats - '14 Granite State Baseball Dinner - Presented by Northeast Delta Dental

'14 Granite State Baseball Dinner - Presented by Northeast Delta Dental

Price: $80.00


Join us Saturday, November 22, 2014
Doors open at 5:00 PM
Radisson Hotel Expo Center, Manchester, NH

Guests Include:
  • Chris Carpenter - New Hampshire native, Cy Young award winner, and two-time World Series champion
  • Brock Holt - Boston Red Sox, fan-favorite traded to the Boston Red Sox in December 2012 debuting this season
  • Doc Gooden - Over 16 seasons with the Mets, Yankees, Indians, Devil Rays and Astros, he made four All-Star teams, won three World Series rings, and threw a no-hitter.
  • Luis Tiant - Known as 'El Tiante, over 19 seasons, he dazzled line-ups with his overpowering stuff and unique wind-up. A three-time All-Star, he starred for the Red Sox from 1971-78, perhaps making his biggest impact for the 1975 American League Champions.
  • Lou Merloni - From Framingham, Mass., Merloni played eight seasons in the major leagues, the first six of them with the Red Sox.
  • Rich Gedman - Gedman began a 13-year career in 1980 with the Red Sox, and was twice named an American League All-Star in 1985-86.
  • Bob Stanley - Former right-handed relief pitcher with the Boston Red Sox. He is currently the bullpen coach for the Toronto Blue Jays. Known to most fans as 'The Steamer,' he is the Red Sox' all-time leader in appearances with 637 and is a member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.
  • Jim Beattie - Nine-year major league career, the first two with the Yankees and the final seven with the Mariners. After his playing career, the South Portland, Maine native and Dartmouth College grad served as the general manager of the Montreal Expos from 1995-2001 and as co-general manager for the Orioles with Manchester native Mike Flanagan from 2003-2005.
  • Richie Scheinblum - Played for six teams over an eight year major league career, half of them with Cleveland; All-Star in 1972 with the Kansas City Royals, when he became a switch hitter
  • Alex Cobb - Vital part of the success of the Tampa Bay Rays since his rookie year in 2011.
  • Jesse Litsch - Former Fisher Cat drafted in the 24th round of the 2004 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays; Staple of the Blue Jays rotation in 2007-08, and recently announced his official retirement.
  • Claudia Williams - Daughter of Red Sox legend and Baseball Hall of Famer, Ted Williams. Released "Ted Williams, My Father: A Memoir" in honor of her late father.
  • Michael Fransoso - Coming off his first full season in the minor leagues after the Pirates made him a 27th round draft pick in 2013.
  • Miss New Hampshire Megan Cooley - A native of Auburn; outstanding singer, who wowed the judges and the crowd with 'On My Way' during this year's Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Pageant.

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