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For next generation of DiSarcinas, baseball is still a passion

Groton School graduate Cam DiSarcina (above) will go on to play at Merrimack College, while his cousin, Tommy Zarro (below) will play at the University of Southern Maine.
Groton School graduate Cam DiSarcina (above) will go on to play at Merrimack College, while his cousin, Tommy Zarro (below) will play at the University of Southern Maine.Credit: Photos by Aram Boghosian for the Boston Globe

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BILLERICA – For three generations, baseball has been an integral part of the DiSarcina family dynamic.

Like his older brother, Gary, a 12-year big league shortstop with the Angels now the manager of the Pawtucket Red Sox, Glenn DiSarcina starred on the diamond at Billerica Memorial High before continuing his baseball career at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Now two younger DiSarcinas are preparing to begin collegiate careers on the diamond.

This fall, Glenn and Peggy’s son, Cam, a recent graduate of the Groton School, will attend Merrimack College and, play baseball.

Meanwhile, his cousin, recent Billerica High grad Tommy Zarro — the oldest child of John and Jean Marie, the sister of Gary and Glenn — is headed to the University of Southern Maine to play ball.

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