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Pirates edged by Summerland in Tadpole baseball

Life as an outfielder in the Tadpole division of minor baseball is, well, not exactly the most exciting as Ciara Browne would testify during the weekend Penticton Pirates game against the visiting Summerland team. - Mark Brett/Western News
Life as an outfielder in the Tadpole division of minor baseball is, well, not exactly the most exciting as Ciara Browne would testify during the weekend Penticton Pirates game against the visiting Summerland team.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

The Penticton Pirates tadpole team lost 8-6 in its second game of the weekend.

Pirates coach Chris Browne said his team played well while dealing with a roster shortage for the first time all season. The Pirates have enjoyed a successful season of developing.

 

(Below) Penticton Pirates Jamie Yost tosses the ball in somewhat of the general direction of his catcher as a Summerland player heads safely towards home plate.

 

 

"As a coach, it has been very satisfying to see the improvement in skills from the first game of the season to date," said Browne.

 

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