Pittsfield Babe Ruth 14s Pound Chatham, N.Y.

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- Chase Racine went 2-for-4 with a triple and a pair of RBIs to lead the Pittsfield Babe Ruth 14-year-old All-Stars to a 20-2 win over Chatham, N.Y., on Saturday.
 
Matt Lee, Collin Merwin and Chase Doyle combined on a six-inning no-hitter.
 
Lee started and went 3-1/3, striking out seven and walking seven before giving the ball to Merwin.
 
Offensively, Pittsfield pounded out 11 hits.
 
Merwin went 2-for-3 with a double, and Nick Guachione drove in four runs.
 
The Pittsfield 14s were tuning up for this week's trip to Rochester, N.H., for the New England Regionals.
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'EforAll' Touches Down in Berkshire County

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff

EforAll's David Parker was impressed by how collaboratively local leaders worked together to bring in the program.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield and the larger Berkshire County community are welcoming the local launch of Entrepreneurship for All, a nonprofit aimed at helping aspiring entrepreneurs find success.
 
A group of local, community, and business leaders introduced the Berkshire chapter of EforAll at co-working space Framework on North Street on Monday morning. 
 
"As we stand shoulder-to-shoulder as we are today we can be transformative and today we welcome EforAll to the city of Pittsfield and Berkshire County," Mayor Linda Tyer said. 
 
EforAll is a nonprofit program launched by the University of Massachusetts at Lowell in 2010. Originally called Merrimack Valley Sandbox, it uses public-private partnerships to create economic and social impact by providing entrepreneurs from all backgrounds with resources and local mentors.  
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