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Garrity blasts Canada past USA in IX Pan Am games

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

McCulloughDevon.34web Devon McCullough was one of four pitchers that helped Canada defeat the USA, 4-3, in the IX Pan American games, Tuesday. Photo By BOB OTTO

PARANA, ARGENTINA – In his first three at bats, Gregg Garrity hadn’t done much. In fact, Canada’s cleanup hitter was 0-3, and had popped up, grounded out, and hit into a double play.

But like all good hitters, eventually he’s going to hit the ball. And in his final at bat he did. In the most dramatic of ways.

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Big boys in homestretch for NAFA AA-Major crown

Friday, August 9th, 2013

capitals.calstate.253web Cal-State’s Matt Christensen is safe at home on a close play against the Westerville, Ohio, Capitals, Thursday. Photo By BOB OTTO

DES MOINES – Eleven of the best intermediate teams in North America take to the ball diamonds today to decide who will be crowned “AA-Major World Champion.”

My money is on the Seattle Cal-State Builders who have ran through pool play and into the double-elimination bracket undefeated (3-0). Manager and owner Dave Carlton has assembled a fine ball club with a mix of solid offense and defense, and arguably the best pitching staff in the World Series.

In the circle are four of the world’s best intermediate / Open pitchers: First up is Minnesota’s Kevin Kammueller, the mainstay of the staff all season; Rich Haldane, who has pitched (and he swings the bat pretty well, too) the Sooke (BC) Loggers to four tournament titles this season, and is a national team pitcher for Great Britain.

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