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Pasadena Pirates finish with 0-4 record at Atlantic mosquito baseball tournament

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A break or two, perhaps things could have been a little better.

The Pasadena Pirates lost all four round-robin games as Baseball Newfoundland and Labrador’s representative at the 2017 Baseball Atlantic Under-11 boys baseball championship held in Baddeck, N.S., over the weekend.

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Pasadena boys defeat Gander in championship game of mosquito AA provincials

The Pirates opened the tournament with a 1-0 heartbreaker loss to the host Tri-County Rangers before being hammered 16-5 by Prince Edward Island, who went on to collect silver after being beaten handily 15-0 by the Nova Scotia provincial representatives in the gold-medal showdown Sunday afternoon.

The Pirates suffered a heartbreaking loss against New Brunswick, losing 5-4 with the winning run coming on a dropped fly ball on the infield in the sixth inning.

They wrapped up the tournament with a 15-0 loss to a talented Nova Scotia team that claimed bragging rights to gold when the dust was settled.

The Pirates, with a perfect 4-0 round-robin record, earned the right to represent the province on the Atlantic stage by defeating the Gander Pilots 5-3 in the gold-medal showdown at the provincial AA mosquito baseball tournament hosted by the Pirates last month.

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