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Little League is Born

Article is from the April 5, 1952 Lowell Sun

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  1. Love seeing the stories and pictures of the Little League in Burlington. I was not much of a ball player but loved the game and putting on my Little League uniform. I played on a team sponsored by Graham Associates in the mid sixties and I do remember a banquet at the end of the season and my idol Tony Conigliaro was the guest speaker. I still have my Burlington Babe Ruth jacket and it actually still looks good and I can still put it on. Thank you for the memories of growing up in Burlington. The program must have meant a lot to me, when I got married and moved to Milford Ma. I got involved with the Baseball program when my son started playing. Coaching, board of directors and president. All the time also umpiring which I still do today. It is still a game to me and I enjoy every moment spent on the ball field. All from my start in Burlington.

  2. I came across this article as I was searching for more information on my great grandfather, Anthony Maiocchi, the founder and owner of Aero Screw. I would love to find out more about the company and who has this sponsored jersey.

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