LOWELL — He stepped to the edge to die. Weathered hands gripped the rusted railing of Lowell’s Ouelette Bridge, beckoned by the rushing river current. Brick warehouses and amber smokestacks bore silent witness to one final act.
Lowell Spinners clubhouse manager found serenity
Baseball, family got him back from the brink
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