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Over 60 players turn out for the MHS-Malden Rec. Baseball Camp

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  The Malden Public Schools and the Malden Recreation Department launched a joint venture this summer, cohosting several sport-specific instructional camps. Malden residents of all ages were welcome to attend, and the registration was free of charge to all. The most well-attended of all the camps this week was the Malden High-Malden Rec. Baseball Camp held at Rotondi Field in Malden, Monday through Friday.

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Malden High coach Kenny Runge and Colby Cook had some fun during a drill on Wednesday night at Rotondi Field. (Advocate Staff Photo)
having a blast
The more than 60 players who attended the Malden High Baseball camp this week simply had a blast with all the games and activities. (Advocate Staff Photo)
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Linden STEAM Academy third-grader Jerry Ruan got ready to take a swing on Tuesday at the Malden High Baseball Camp at Rotondi Field. (Advocate Staff Photo)
Malden High senior baseball captain Liam Jordan instructs Jaedon Ruan from the Linden STEAM Academy at this week’s Golden Tornadoes/Malden Rec Baseball Camp. (Advocate Staff Photo)
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New friends gather beside one of the drills at the Malden High Baseball Camp, including Kendrick Noelsaint. (Advocate Staff Photo)
Malden High’s Ezechiel Noelsaint works with Ryan Sewell in a hitting drill. (Advocate Staff Photo)

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