Fisher Cats announce $95,000 donation to CHaD

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MANCHESTER, N.H. – On Thursday, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats announced that they are able to donate $95,000 to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) and the Fisher Cats Foundation thanks to the proceeds generated from the 2019 Granite State Baseball Dinner.

In partnership with the Ted Williams Museum, the Fisher Cats have donated over $1.8 million from the event since 2007.

This year’s event had a theme building on the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry, with fans able to get autographs and hear stories from Hall of Famers Bucky Dent, Goose Gossage and Wade Boggs as well as Red Sox legend Bill Lee and more.

The Fisher Cats begin the 2020 season on a six-game road trip, with New Hampshire’s home opener scheduled for Thursday, April 16 at 6:35 p.m. at Delta Dental Stadium against the Hartford Yard Goats.

More information on the team and how to purchase tickets at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Box Office, by calling (603) 641-2005, or by visiting

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