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The Harwich Mariners are now accepting applications for the 2019 season for interns.  
Our internships are unpaid, but will give you valuable experience in working behind the scenes for our team.  
If you have secured housing on the Cape and would like to apply, please send your letter of interest and resume to
Mariners President Mary Henderson at mehendy@comcast.net

Former Mariner Cavan Biggio Called Up

 Toronto Blue Jays prospect Cavan Biggio (Harwich Mariners 2014 & 2015) has been called up to the major leagues for the first time and is in Friday's starting lineup.

Biggio, the son of Hall of Famer Craig Biggio, will start and play second base when the Jays face the San Die...
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Cape League Legend Mrs. E Passes at 89

Steve Englert was coaching high school baseball in the mid-1990s and wanted to move up to the college level. Jim Mulry, a friend of Englert, put him in touch with Barbara Ellsworth, Mulry’s host mother during his 1986 season with the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox.

Soon, thanks to Ells...
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Mariners fall to Anglers in Game 2, 8-6 to conclude summer '18

HARWICH — In Game 2 of the Eastern Division Semifinals, Harwich was primed to force a decisive Game 3 on Tuesday night, but after an explosive start, the Mariners (0-2) were unable to hold on for the full nine innings and fell to Chatham, 8-6.

Harwich jumped out to an early 5-0 ...
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Mariners drop Game 1 to Chatham, 8-3

CHATHAM — In Game 1 of the first round of the Cape League playoffs, Harwich fell to Chatham, 8-3 in a game that saw its bats stay silent for a majority of the high-stakes action.

Ricky DeVito (Seton Hall) got the start for the Mariners (18-24-2, 0-1) on the hill and lasted just ...
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PLAYOFF PREVIEW: Mariners set for weekend series with Chatham

HARWICH — When Harwich travels to Chatham to open the Cape League playoffs on Saturday, it will look to reverse a trend that has plagued its progress all summer against a team that has not been easy to figure out.

In six regular season contests with the No. 2 Anglers (22-19-3) o...
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