Big Red Wins Fall 2014 Baseball Season

December 17, 2014

The 2014 Fall Baseball season came to an end at the YAO Ball Park, with the organizers saying that “it was once again a success.”

The Fall Baseball season is geared towards those youngsters who are very keen on baseball and building their skills.

The YAO had 26 ten to twelve-year-olds participate in the Cal Ripken Division. The YAO also offered a Rookie Division once again this year, with over 40 seven to nine-years-olds taking part.

The final game of the season saw Big Red defeat the Blue Jays 8 – 6, thanks to solid pitching by Big Red pitcher Sam Resnik, who struck out six, walked one, and gave up up a bunt single.

Liam McCue led the Blue Jays, also striking out six and giving up a triple to Resnik, who eventually scored.

The game went back and forth until the fourth inning, when relief pitchers struggled to find the plate and issued a number of walks.

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  1. UpsetwithVerdict says:

    Ok so Grant says, “it is this Government’s intention that the benefits of the America’s Cup be spread widely throughout the community”,but in the previous article the goverment allows this:

    America’s Cup Bill: Vehicles, Exemptions & More

    The America’s Cup legislation introduced in the House last Friday permits the America’s Cup Event Authority [ACEA] to import up to 80 motor vehicles up to limousine size and exempts ACEA from any fees payable under the Air Navigation Regulations 2012 in relation to helicopters and drones.

    The bill permits America’s Cup Event Authority [ACEA] and its designated commercial partners to “import and licence for use on the road without paying any licence duty or fee which would otherwise be payable under the Motor Car Act 1951, a total of 12 motor vehicles up to Class H size and 80 motor vehicles up to limousine size.

    Do we not have enough taxis and mini buses to accommodate them? Where is our share in the transporatation side of things?