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In fun league of his own

Persevering FitzGerald more than just a home run king

By Kevin Paul Dupont
Globe Staff / December 26, 2004

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The Burlington Fun League, which is where Scott "Nomar" FitzGerald is the all-time home run champion, is the huggable mongrel of all summer softball leagues. Any guy in town over 30 years old is eligible to play, but even that basic rule gets stretched thinner than a politician's promise if, say, a young and spry townie shows the ability to ... (Full article: 2064 words)

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