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Malakye Abel pitches as the Oceanside Reds Mosquito AAA Tier 2 squad took on the Nanaimo Pirates AAA Tier 1 team.

Malakye Abel gets ready to fire one in there as the Oceanside Reds Mosquito AAA Tier 2 squad took on the Nanaimo Pirates AAA Tier 1 team. The Reds took both games of the double header by scores of 9-5 and 5-3.

Malakye Abel gets ready to fire one in there as the Oceanside Reds Mosquito AAA Tier 2 squad took on the Nanaimo Pirates AAA Tier 1 team. The Reds took both games of the double header by scores of 9-5 and 5-3.

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