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The action was intense Saturday as Campbell River Minor Baseball playoffs got underway.   Above: The Dodgers’ Rio Mendes eyes third base while Morgan Hayward of the Red Sox awaits the throw – in the end it was too late as Mendes arrived safe. The Red Sox weren’t too put out, winning the game 12-8 in Bantam competition. Left: In a show of sporstmanship Connor Hall of the Mets is congratulated by Daniel Wong of the Yankees after Hall hit one out of the park for a home run in Pee Wee action. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
The action was intense Saturday as Campbell River Minor Baseball playoffs got underway. Above: The Dodgers’ Rio Mendes eyes third base while Morgan Hayward of the Red Sox awaits the throw – in the end it was too late as Mendes arrived safe. The Red Sox weren’t too put out, winning the game 12-8 in Bantam competition. Left: In a show of sporstmanship Connor Hall of the Mets is congratulated by Daniel Wong of the Yankees after Hall hit one out of the park for a home run in Pee Wee action.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror

The action was intense Saturday as Campbell River Minor Baseball playoffs got underway.

The Dodgers’ Rio Mendes eyes third base while Morgan Hayward of the Red Sox awaits the throw – in the end it was too late as Mendes arrived safe. The Red Sox weren’t too put out, winning the game 12-8 in Bantam competition.

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