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Pitch, Hit & Run competes for a chance to play at Fenway Park

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  Revere Youth Baseball and Softball players perfected their base running, pitching and hitting skills during Saturday’s Pitch, Hit & Run at Griswold Field. The top go-getter in the region will compete at Fenway Park with a chance to go on to the Little League World Series. Saturday’s winners, ranging from 8- to 14-years-old were: Kali and Chloe O’Neil, Jason Lepore, Anthony Addunizio, Curtis Sullivan and Jacob Burdarz.
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Ryan Nee, 10, winds up.
Revere resident Lauren Ward, 8, races to first base.
Revere resident Dominic Rystrom, 10, prepares to pitch.
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Local ballplayers are shown waiting in line at the Pitch, Hit & Run at Griswold Field on Saturday.
Revere resident Daniel Alimonti, 9, delivers a pitch.
Brayden Morgan, 10, pitched on the mound.
Revere Youth Baseball & Softball Board of Directors member/Babe Ruth Coordinator/Head Coach Shawn Vetere organized the event.
Malden resident Luiz Fena, 8, digs in for a speedy pace to first base.
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Revere resident Chloe O’Neil, 13, hit a line drive.

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