Thanks to Terry Pederson from Bawlf, we were able to get these great photos of the 14th PBL-BRBL All Star Fame. Enjoy…
Peter Rogers, left, and Doug Bowie donate their time to the game each year. This was Bowie’s 14th game and the first he did not do behind the plate.
The Battle River All Stars led by the Heisler Cardinals lines up prior to the game.
The Powerline Baseball All Stars led by Leduc and Holden line up for introductions.
Zenan Sherbaniuk of the Armena Royals led off for the PBL. He went 1-for-5 and scored on a Zak Lang double in the bottom of the first.
Sean Melanson of the Bardo A’s went 0-for-3 on the night but drew two walks. He also knocked in the winning run on a fielder’s choice in the eighth inning.
Sheldon Pederson of the Rosalind A’s launches an RBI triple in the Battle River’s three-run fourth inning to take a 4-1 lead.
Leduc’s Kevin Doyle batting DH had a splendid night going 3-for-5, which included kickstarting a two-run fifth inning for the PBL to get back to within one at 4-3.
Beaumont’s Ryan Lehman, loosely related to Bardo’s Ray “The Legend” Lehman, threw a scoreless seventh and eighth innings to earn the win on the night.
Heisler’s Trent Steil, pinch-running for Steve Enright who laid down a beauty bunt to lead off the seventh inning, is gunned down by Holden’s Braeden Majeski with a nifty tag from Armena’s Adam Johnson.
Heisler’s Nolan Miller who went 1-for-3 on the day with an RBI, draws a lead-off walk in the eighth inning. However, Miller would get gunned down by Grayson Soprovich from right field to keep the game tied at 4-4.
Holden’s Zak Lang dances around the tag of Heisler’s Blaine Wolbeck on a fielder’s choice game-winning play. The PBL would add one more on an error to take a 6-4 lead they would hold on to.
Holden Blue Jay Grayson Soprovich would nail down the ninth inning save striking out the side. This following an outfield assist in the eighth inning from right field to keep the game tied 4-4.
Winning pitcher Ryan Lehman poses with the Andreassen klan following the 6-4 win over the BRBL. The series is now 8-4-2 in favour of the PBL.