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    Jesse LaCasse sits in his store on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Gage Morgan, 14, of Skowhegan, takes his cuts in the batting cage installed in the upstairs of the LaCasse Bats building on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Quintcey McCray, 11, of Skowhegan, works on his swing during a session in the batting cage installed in the upstairs of the LaCasse Bats building on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    George Mitchell, 11, collects baseballs for another hitting session in the batting cage installed in the upstairs of the LaCasse Bats building on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Gage Morgan, 14, of Skowhegan, turns on the automatic pitching machine during batting practice in the batting cage installed in the upstairs of the LaCasse Bats building on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    George Mitchell, 11, of Skowhegan, takes batting practice in the batting cage installed in the upstairs of the LaCasse Bats building on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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    Jesse LaCasse stands in his workshop where he manufactures baseball bats on Water Street in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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