A whole bunch of moving and shaking at the 54-50 Invitational

Seven mixed teams played in the 54/50 invitational.

Peter Tarnowski pitching for the Shakers

From Friday to Sunday of the weekend just passed, the baseball diamonds in the Fred Milne Park were ladened with movers and shakers. Or should we say, the 54/50’s and Shakers. Seven mixed teams played in the 54/50 invitational.

The outcome of the weekend is as follows:

A Division

  1. Tuggers
  2. Wolverines
  3. Shakers
  4. Salty Ballers

B Division

  1. 54/50
  2. Courtney Woodies
  3. Glove

Ron Caven of the Shakers received player of the year. According to Rod Sluggett (one of the tournament organiziers), he was recognized for “his spirit and passion for the game.”

 

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