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Shoreland League prepares for season

11:30 AM, Mar. 14, 2013  |  Comments

The Shoreland Baseball League - the home to three semipro teams in Kewaunee County - recently laid out plans for the upcoming season.

Kewaunee resident and state baseball expert Jack Sprecher attended the league's winter meeting and reports the following:

? The Shoreland's traditional 18-game regular-season schedule has been dropped to 14 games.

? An all-star game between the best players from the Door County League and the Shoreland League is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. July 26 Casco Village Park.

? As of now the Algoma Penguins, Casco Athletics, and Kewaunee Chiefs will field teams this season. The Little Chute Bandits will be a new team in the Shoreland.

The Shoreland's season is set to begin in early May.

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