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Baseball star Darryl Strawberry helps christen complex
“I ask you as parents, stop pressuring your kids to play. ... Let them have fun,” said Darryl Strawberry, left, Saturday morning at the opening celebration of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex. Strawberry later signed autographs, baseballs and 9-year-old Dexter Van Lindt’s Mets shirt. Dexter is the son of Christian and Leslie Van Lindt. At right is Cameron Quiring, 11, and his father, Daryl Quiring.
“There’s no better game than baseball. There’s no greater thing than little league,” Darryl Strawberry said at the opening celebration of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex.
From left, Dan Noonan, 4-year-old Alexis Wood, 1-year-old Tyler Wood and Lesley Wood listen to Darryl Strawberry from second base at the dedication of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex.

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“I ask you as parents, stop pressuring your kids to play. ... Let them have fun,” said Darryl Strawberry, left, Saturday morning at the opening celebration of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex. Strawberry later signed autographs, baseballs and 9-year-old Dexter Van Lindt’s Mets shirt. Dexter is the son of Christian and Leslie Van Lindt. At right is Cameron Quiring, 11, and his father, Daryl Quiring.
“There’s no better game than baseball. There’s no greater thing than little league,” Darryl Strawberry said at the opening celebration of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex.
From left, Dan Noonan, 4-year-old Alexis Wood, 1-year-old Tyler Wood and Lesley Wood listen to Darryl Strawberry from second base at the dedication of the Alpine Bank Youth Sports Complex.
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