The Spinners will celebrate their 15th season in Lowell in 2010, as a Class A Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. The present owner, Drew Weber, has owned the team since 1997.
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Edward LeLacheur Park, located on the banks of the Merrimack River near the UMass-Lowell campus, offers a dramatic view of both the flowing Merrimack River and the distinct red arches of the Aiken Street Bridge. The facility also houses UMass-Lowell Riverhawks baseball.
Edward LeLacheur Park was designed by the HOK Sports Facilities Group, the company famous for creating modern ballparks with the nostalgic charm often associated with older facilities. Camden Yards in Baltimore and Coors Field in Colorado were both designed by HOK. From its groundbreaking, the facility became a key part of Lowell's downtown revitalization.
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The Lowell Spinners are the Boston Red sox of tomorrow! As the Red Sox entry in the short-season New York-Penn League, fans of the Lowell Spinners have watched many Spinners prospects climb the Minor League ladder to become Major Leaguers. Already, several top Red Sox prospects have played in Lowell, beginning in 1999 with third baseman Wilton Veras. An original Spinner in 1996, Veras became the first former-Spinner to reach the Red Sox.
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450 Aiken Street, Lowell, MA map
Phone: (978) 459-2255
From I-495 and Route 3, take the Lowell Connector.
From Boston, take Route 93 North to Route 495 South to the Lowell Connector.
From south of Lowell, take Route 128 North to Route 3 North to the Lowell Connector.
Follow Lowell Connector to Exit 5B, Thorndike St. Follow Thorndike St. through the lights and go past City Hall. Take a left on to Father Morrissette Blvd. At first set of lights, take a right onto Cabot St. Follow the road through the stop sign and take a left at the T. LeLacheur Park will be in front of you.
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Spinners Games are really fun, Grade 5 StudentLast summer we went to a Lowell Spinners Game to see my sister and brother sing the national anthem with their chorus. We stayed for the game and it was lots of fun. It is much cheaper than the Red Sox and it is much easier to get to. They have good food and theme nights where they give away bobble head dolls.
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