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Facing former Sox

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The Rochester Police Brotherhood is sponsoring a free baseball and softball clinic for youngsters Saturday from noon to 1 p.m., at the Dexter Lane ball field. Police Chief Paul H. Magee said this is the first time the brotherhood has conducted the clinic, adding, “It’s a great way to give back to the community they serve.” Right after the instruction, brotherhood members and others will face former Boston Red Sox players Sam Horn, Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd, Jim Corsi, Ken Ryan, and others in a celebrity softball game, and there is no charge to watch. For information, contact Officer Kevin Flynn at the Rochester PoliceDepartment at 508-763-5112, ext. 158.

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