AAABA League playoffs: Laurel Auto Group moves closer to advancing
Second-seeded Laurel Auto Group fell behind early against No. 3 Berkley Hills Renegades on Sunday afternoon at Roxbury Park. But Laurel’s players didn’t lose their composure.
Urtz, Pope lead AAABA League award votes
Logan Urtz hadn’t fielded a ground ball as an infielder or swung a bat in a game for a couple seasons.
But you can’t take the former infielder out of a starting pitcher.
AAABA League playoffs: Martella’s takes 2-0 series lead
Martella’s Pharmacy took a two-game advantage in its best-of-5 AAABA League semifinal series against Delweld via an 11-8 victory on Sunday night at Roxbury Park.
Martella’s drums out Game 1 win over Delweld
Martella’s Pharmacy and Delweld played the type of postseason game area baseball fans have become accustomed to when the AAABA League powers meet during crunch time.
Solid pitching. Great defensive plays. Timely hitting.
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Sube, Williams lead class for AAABA Hall
Mike Sube and Keith Williams each starred on the Pepsi-Cola powerhouse teams in the Johnstown Junior League and AAABA Tournament during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Both players parlayed their local success into NCAA Division I and professional offers.
Mike Mastovich | Heide, LAG teammates ‘try to hit home runs’
Laurel Auto Group slugger Zac Heide can change a game on one pitch.
Heide’s league-best seven home runs entering the final week of the AAABA League regular season attest to that fact.
AAABA Essay Contest to feature game passes, other prizes
The Tribune-Democrat and the Johnstown Oldtimers are teaming up to put a AAABA fan on the mound at Point Stadium. The annual AAABA Essay Contest is back for the tournament’s 70th anniversary, and the winning essay writer will throw out the first pitch at a AAABA tournament game.
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Renegades forfeiting final four games
Ophthalmic Associates manager Jason Kaminsky saw his team play a half inning and suffer a AAABA League loss in the completion of a game at Roxbury Park on Wednesday evening.
Then, Ophthalmic swept a doubleheader without throwing a pitch or swinging a bat.
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