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    Thomas College President Laurie Lachance speaks Saturday at the dedication of a baseball bullpen sign in memory of graduate Antonio Martinez, a baseball player who died in a vehicle crash last year. Behind Lachance, from left, are Martinez's baseball coach, Greg King, and Martinez's parents, Silvia and Oscar Martinez of Florida.

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    A crowd begins to gather Saturday on Allen Ryan Field at Thomas College for the dedication of a bullpen to honor Antonio Martinez. Martinez was a former Thomas baseball player who died after graduating from the college last year.

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    Family members of Antonio Martinez gather Saturday at Thomas College for a bullpen dedication. Martinez was a former Thomas baseball player who died after graduating from the college last year.

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    A banner on the fence at Allen Ryan Field at Thomas College honors the memory of Antonio Martinez, a former Thomas baseball player who died after graduating from the college last year.

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    Thomas College head baseball Coach Greg King speaks Saturday about former player Antonio Martinez. The school was dedicating a bullpen to Martinez, who died in a vehicle crash after he graduated last year. The sign will be hung on Allen Ryan Field. More than 100 people attended the dedication on the Thomas campus.

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