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New Hampshire Fisher Cats
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats is a name of a minor league baseball team present in Manchester, New Hampshire. The team is playing in the Eastern League as the Double-A, affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays major-league club.
The Fisher Cats had played at Gill Stadium in the first season, which is a historic ballpark in a residential neighborhood. The Fisher Cats have started playing at Merchantsauto.com Stadium, which is located in Manchester with a seating capacity of 6,500 fans.
The Fisher Cats had won the Eastern League championship in the year of 2004. It was their first season at New Hampshire after moving the franchise from New Haven of Connecticut. The town of New Haven, Connecticut was granted an expansion Double-A franchise in 1992, and it was named as the New Haven Ravens.
The Ravens started to play in the 1994 season in affiliation with the Colorado Rockies. The team hosted the 1998 Double-A All-Star Game, it proved to be a league runner-up in 1995 and 2003, and had won the Eastern League Championship in 2000 with an 82-60 record by defeating the Binghamton Mets.
The team had a new owner in the year of 2003, Drew Weber, who was a businessman and intended to move the team to Manchester. During the league playoffs on September 2, 2003, the Eastern League baseball team owners voted to approve the move.
Drew Weber sold his controlling interest in the team in the year of 2005. Art Solomon is the new controlling owner with 60% ownership, while Weber retained a 40% ownership share.
Gary Cathcart was appointed as a new manager of the team on November 28, 2007. Cathcart has served as the Fisher Cats' hitting coach during 2005 and 2006, and had most recently managed the single-A Lansing Lugnuts.
The Fisher Cats are in search of partners for the raise in money, in collaboration with the organization. It is easy to be a partner as only $5 or $7 per ticket will be charged; you sell the tickets for $8 or $10. The minimum number of tickets for your fundraising group is 100. If you are able to sell 400 tickets, then your organization can raise up to $1,200.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats have recently offered a Fundraising incentive program for any organization to raise its business. Each person selling tickets for your New Hampshire Fisher Cats Fundraiser is eligible to win prizes from the Fisher Cats while earning money for your organization.
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats is really pleases with the interest, shown by fans in the 2008 Educational Day at the Ballpark. The Fisher Cats Foundation is a statewide charitable organization dedicated to bettering the lives of New Hampshire's youth by supporting Children's Hospital at Dartmouth (CHaD) and providing scholarships to college bound New Hampshire students.
The Foundation is dedicated to bettering the lives of New Hampshire's youth. Fisher Cats Foundation Scholar-Athlete Scholarship recipients will be selected on academic achievement, athletic achievement and active citizenship.
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