Wood bat baseball tournament comes to Cortez after Telluride cancellation

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Wood bat baseball tournament comes to Cortez after Telluride cancellation

Players miss Telluride but happy to play during pandemic
Taylor Cotts with the Cortez Freedom takes in a throw to first base while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Cortez Freedom Cats family members watch them play baseball against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Ty Blackmer with the Cortez Freedom Cats fires a pitch against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Braden Hallman with the Cortez Freedom Cats stops an outside pitch while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Taylor Cotts with the Cortez Freedom Cats goes up for a high throw at first base while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque De Vita Field on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Gage Buffington with the Cortez Freedom Cats U14 fires a pitch against the Farmington Drillers on Friday at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Gage Buffington with the Cortez Freedom Cats U14 tries to get a Farmington Drillers runner out at home plate on Friday at Parque de Vida during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
The Cortez Freedom Cats head to the dugout at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Cortez Freedom Cats family members watch them play baseball against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
The Cortez Freedom Cats head to the dugout at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.

Wood bat baseball tournament comes to Cortez after Telluride cancellation

Taylor Cotts with the Cortez Freedom takes in a throw to first base while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Cortez Freedom Cats family members watch them play baseball against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Ty Blackmer with the Cortez Freedom Cats fires a pitch against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Braden Hallman with the Cortez Freedom Cats stops an outside pitch while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Taylor Cotts with the Cortez Freedom Cats goes up for a high throw at first base while playing the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque De Vita Field on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Gage Buffington with the Cortez Freedom Cats U14 fires a pitch against the Farmington Drillers on Friday at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Gage Buffington with the Cortez Freedom Cats U14 tries to get a Farmington Drillers runner out at home plate on Friday at Parque de Vida during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
The Cortez Freedom Cats head to the dugout at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

Cortez Freedom Cats family members watch them play baseball against the AZ Flying Squirrels at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
The Cortez Freedom Cats head to the dugout at Parque de Vida on Friday during the Telluride Baseball Festival that was moved to Cortez.
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