Lowell Spinners</br>Founded in 1996
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Based in [[{{{present city}}}]] since [[{{{based}}} in baseball|{{{based}}}]]

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  • Lowell Spinners (1996-present)
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Owner(s)/Operated by: Drew Weber
Manager: Gary DiSarcina
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The Lowell Spinners are a Single-A minor league baseball affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.


Founded in 1996 after Clyde Smoll moved the Elmira Pioneers to Lowell, Massachusetts, the Spinners play in the New York - Penn League, which has a short-season A-ball classification with 76 games a year. The Spinners play 38 of the 76 games at their home park, Edward A. LeLacheur Park, in Lowell, near the Merrimack River. The official mascot of the Spinners is The Canaligator.

In 2005, the Spinners offered to pay for the uniforms to all Little Leagues in New England so that they would change all teams named "Yankees" into "Spinners".[1]

In 2007 WLLH 1400 A.M. ("Boston's" ESPN Radio affiliate) was the flagship of Lowell Spinners baseball, after several years on Lowell talk station WCAP. As of 2008, Spinners games are back on WCAP.[2]

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Updated on August 6, 2008

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