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Ryan Roberts gets some encouraging words for his fine pitching from Pasadena Pirates coaches Kevin Garnier, left, and Greg Whelan after a 7-1 win over the Grand Falls-Windsor Braves. The Pirates won 7-1 to finish with a 2-0 record on opening day of the three-day tournament that features nine teams from across the island.
Action from the AA mosquito showdown
Andy Brake Seaward of the host Pasadena Pirates delivers a strike against the Bay St. George Vikings in a round-robin game at the 2017 provincial mosquito AA baseball tournament Friday in Pasadena. The crafty starter for the Pirates was selected player of the game for his team in a 12-2 win in the team’s opener.
A collection of images from mosquito AA action in Pasadena.
Corner Brook Barons player Jordan Blanchard makes a break for third during provincial mosquito AA baseball action.
Garrett Adams is a happy camper after delivering an RBI single for the Pasadena Pirates against the Grand Falls-Windsor Braves in provincial mosquito AA baseball tournament action Friday in Pasadena. The Pirates won 7-1.
Ben Cornick of the Pasadena Pirates takes a drink during a game against Grand Falls-Windsor at the provincial mosquito AA baseball championship Friday.
Pasadena Pirates catcher Liam Keefe gets ready to throw the baseball back to his pitcher during a 7-1 win over the Grand Falls-Windsor Braves. Keefe was able to throw out a couple of runners who tried to steal a base on him as the Pirates won both of their games on opening day of the tournament.
Ben Blake of the Grand Falls-Windsor Braves waits for the ball to arrive during a game against the hometown Pasadena Pirates Friday morning on Day 1 of the provincial mosquito AA baseball championship, which features nine teams from across the island.
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