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The Al Thomas Club has added a few more pieces to the puzzle in 2013 in an effort to bolster the team's chances at unseating perennial champion Somerville. The pitching staff welcomed newcomers Steve Doyle of Quincy via Weymouth, and rookies Willie Archibald and John Arens, both of Milton. Recently joining the club was Henri Ferre of Jamaica Plain and D1 Junior College Harford of Maryland. There were also a few reports of southpaw Matt Bresnehan rejoining the team, so we will keep our fans posted.

Rightfielder Freddi Carrera of Brighton brings his all star resume to the A's after three stellar years with the Savin Hill Hornets, and all star veteran Dakota Happas of Braintree reduced his commute and commited to the AT Club for its championship run. Rookie catcher Kevin White of Quincy and Curry College adds infield depth to the squad, while a couple of familiar names round out the newcomers, as the roster takes on another DeMille and Lambert. Dan DeMille (if/of) joins his brother Mike as another Miltonian, while Kevin Lambert joins his cousin Steve as a corner infielder.

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