Boys of summer

Boys of summer

Youth baseball season starts in Durango

Boys of summer

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Cole Alexus throws toward first base during the Skills Day on March 31 at the La Plata County Fairground playing fields.
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Seven- and 8-year-olds line up on the field during the Skills Day at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The boys showed off their baseball chops and waited to be selected for teams. From left are: Tommy Pope, Clay Poitras, Jacob Papi, Matthew Pane, Kale Palmer, Zachary Ottman, Levi Otten and Wesley O’Brien.
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All for one and one for all is the spirit that draws the team members of 7- and 8-year-old division Rockies team together at the end of practice at the Riverview Sports Complex.
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Scott Smith, head coach for the 7- and 8-year-old divison team the Rays, part of Youth Baseball of Southwestern Colorado, explains fielding techniques during the team’s practice at the Riverview Sports Complex.
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Practicing the basics. Scott Smith, head coach for the 7 and 8 year old divison team the Rays instructs new players on fielding techniques during the team’s practice at the Riverview Sports Complex.
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With maybe a little apprehension, players in the 7- and 8-year-old division line up for batting during the Skills Day March 31 at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. From leeft, Matthew Pane, Kale Palmer, Zachery Ottman and Levi Otten.
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“It’s baseball and apple pie time” said Richard “Roskow” Roskowinski, director of Youth Baseball of Southwestern Colorado.
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TC Rockwell tries his hardest to impress the coaches during the Skills Day on March 31 at the La Plata County Fairground. Rockwell was selected to play for the 7- and 8-year-old divison team the Rockies.
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A player team Rays casts a long shadow while practicing fielding techniques during the team’s practice at the Riverview Sports Complex. “Every kid plays” said Richard “Roskow” Roskowinski, director of Youth Baseball of Southwestern Colorado.
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Randy Baker, assistant coach for the 7- and 8-year-old divison Rays team, shows how to properly hold a bat during the team’s practice at the Riverview Sports Complex. “It’s all about skill building” said Richard “Roskow” Roskowinski, director of Youth Baseball of Southwestern Colorado.
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Coach Steve Davidovich makes sure Tommy Brindle stayrs hydrated during practice.
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