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The spring pitching clinic sponsored by Coginchaug Little League is underway. Forty-four boys from the Farm, Minor and Major League divisions are enrolled in the clinic, overseen by Sal Santanello. During the four-week clinic, players are taught the basic fundamentals of pitching, including proper warm-up, developing correct form and learning practice drills to keep skills sharp throughout the season. Opening Day ceremonies will be held Saturday, April 26, 12 p.m., at the Atwell field in Durham. For more information, visit www.coginchaugll.org. | (Submitted)

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