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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007227 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown, who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007226 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown (pictured with Mattapoisett town officials), and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007219 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown (pictured), who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007215 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown, who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007217 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown, who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley (pictured) with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007232 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown (pictured), who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Mattapoisett Opening Day 2007218 viewsOpening Day Ceremonies for the 2007 season of Mattapoisett Youth Baseball (MYB) included special guests and local legends such as former American Idol contestant Ayla Brown, who sang the National Anthem and threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose. The day also included a tribute to longtime MYB supporter and former Mattapoisett Recreation Director John Haley with the field at Old Hammondtown School in his honor. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Orange Crush Opponents232 viewsMembers of the championship Syracuse Orangemen team of the Mattapoisett Recreation Department's Boys Basketball League include (front, l. to r.) Zack Rivera, Andrew Dessert, Aaron Rivera, Casey Mackenzie, (back, l. to r.) Thomas Lavoie, Casey Silvera, Chris Tippins, Jared Reuter. Not pictured: Casey Bono, Coaches Rob Reuter and Chris Dessert. The team finished the season with a 13-1 record and a 13 game winning streak.
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RYB Says 'Play Ball'232 viewsMembers of the Rochester Youth Baseball League (RYB) held their Opening Day Parade and Ceremonies on Saturday, April 14 in the Rochester Town Center. Several hundred youngsters marched from the green in front of the First Congregational Church to their field of dreams, Gifford Park, to mark the opening of the 2007 baseball season. Each of the league’s 20 teams had a place in the parade. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rochester Opening Day 2007218 viewsMembers of the Rochester Youth Baseball League (RYB) held their Opening Day Parade and Ceremonies on Saturday, April 14 in the Rochester Town Center. Several hundred youngsters marched from the green in front of the First Congregational Church to their field of dreams, Gifford Park, to mark the opening of the 2007 baseball season. Each of the league’s 20 teams had a place in the parade. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rochester Opening Day 2007219 viewsMembers of the Rochester Youth Baseball League (RYB) held their Opening Day Parade and Ceremonies on Saturday, April 14 in the Rochester Town Center. Several hundred youngsters marched from the green in front of the First Congregational Church to their field of dreams, Gifford Park, to mark the opening of the 2007 baseball season. Each of the league’s 20 teams had a place in the parade. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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Rochester Opening Day 2007234 viewsMembers of the Rochester Youth Baseball League (RYB) held their Opening Day Parade and Ceremonies on Saturday, April 14 in the Rochester Town Center. Several hundred youngsters marched from the green in front of the First Congregational Church to their field of dreams, Gifford Park, to mark the opening of the 2007 baseball season. Each of the league’s 20 teams had a place in the parade. (Photo by Robert Chiarito).
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