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Champlain Valley Baseball League Airborne Speedway Padres @ Lyon Mountain Miners June 26th 2011

base hit
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Eric Bell (21) connects on the pitch off the end of the bat. The Airborne Speedway Padres would lose both games to the undeafted Lyon Mountain Miners 8-5 in game 1 and 12-6 in game two. It was a tough day out there for Padres that were fighting through extrication as they were losing players for different reasons throughout. The Padres would stay in both games until the late innings when the Miners would pull away with the loses the Padres fall to 2-10 and the Miners improve to 12-0.

inside pitch
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Kyle Coryea

Lyon Mountain Miners Kyle Kolowoski (9) turns on the pitch for a base hit.

Champlain Valley Baseball League Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Fourth Ward Timberjaxxs July 2nd 2011

catch and collide
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Kyle Coryea

A couple of Fourth Ward Timberjaxxs collide as the center fielder makes the catch in the outfield. The Airborne Speedway Padres would get a couple of much-needed wins as they would go on to defeat the Timberjaxxs 10-4 and 7-2. In the first the game the Padres would actually trail early 3-1 and then would come back with 9 unanswered runs in the next few innings. The in-game two they would take the early 2-1 lead and then get five runs in the 4th innings to secure the victory. With the sweep of the Timberjaxxs, they move to 4-10 on the season get themselves out of the last place as the Timberjaxxs fall to 3-11.

from the hole
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Donny Coolidge fires it across the diamond for the out at the first base.

Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Fourth Ward Timberjaxxs July 2nd 2011

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full stretch
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Jeff Norton (8) with the full outstretch at first base to get them out and the base runner goes crashing past the bag. The Airborne Speedway Padres would get a couple of much-needed wins as they would go on to defeat the Timberjaxxs 10-4 and 7-2. In the first the game the Padres would actually trail early 3-1 and then would come back with 9 unanswered runs in the next few innings. The in-game two they would take the early 2-1 lead and then get five runs in the 4th innings to secure the victory. With the sweep of the Timberjaxxs, they move to 4-10 on the season get themselves out of the last place as the Timberjaxxs fall to 3-11. Gallery

Airborne Speedway Padres @ Lyon Mountain Miners June 26th 2011

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running catch
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Kyle Rascoe (12) with the great leaping catch on the ball that was hit deep to center field. The Airborne Speedway Padres would lose both games to the undrafted Lyon Mountain Miners 8-5 in game 1 and 12-6 in game two. It was a tough day out there for Padres that were fighting through extrication as they were losing players for different reasons through out. The Padres would stay in both games until the late innings when the Miners would pull away with the loses the Padres fall to 2-10 and the Miners improve to 12-0. Gallery

Champlain Valley Baseball League Airborne Speedway Padres @ Fourth Ward Cardinals June 5th 2011

strike three
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh Cardinals Chris Bujold (99) with the fastball to the plate for the strike. The Padres would continue there losing streak which is now up to eight games with another couple of heartbreaking losses as in game one they would lose 9-6 after giving up an 8 run inning in the 6th inning. Then in game two they would come up one run short again with a 5-4 defeat in a game that saw them behind 5-0 heading into the 6th they would get two runs in the 6th and another two runs in the seventh and had the game-tying run on base.

relief
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Frank Brogna (14) with relief after catching the pop up back to the mound.

Airborne Speedway Padres @ Fourth Ward Cardinals June 5th 2011

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headfirst safe
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Shane Perrotte (2) with the headfirst slide at plate under the legs of Steve Burris (23) to score on the wild pitch. The Padres would continue there losing streak which is now up to eight games with another couple of heartbreaking losses as in game one they would lose 9-6 after giving up a 8 run inning in the 6th inning. Then in game two they would come up one run short again with a 5-4 defeat in a game that saw them behind 5-0 heading into the 6th they would get two runs in the 6th and another two runs in the seventh and had the game-tying run on base. Gallery

Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Lyon Mountain Miners May 22nd 2011

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out
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Jeff Norton (8) tagged at home plate by Lyon Mountain Miners Kyle Kowalski (9) on a bang-bang play at the plate at what the time was tie game. It would be a couple of hotly contested ball games. The Miners would go on to win both games by a count of 6-5 and 14-11 F/9. In the first game the Padres would get the tying run into scoring position but were unable to get him home. Then in nightcap, it would be a slugfest that would see the Padres tie the game three different times but were never able to get that extra run and would lose 14-11 in extra innings. With the games in the books, the Miners would stay undefeated at 6-0 and the Padres would remain winless at 0-6. Gallery

Champlain Valley Baseball League Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Lyon Mountain Miners May 22nd 2011

strike three
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Jordan Keysor (27) deliveries the strike from the stretch position. It would be a couple of hotly contested ball games. The Miners would go on to win both games by a count of 6-5 and 14-11 F/9. In the first game, the Padres would get the tying run into scoring position but were unable to get him home. Then in nightcap, it would be a slugfest that would see the Padres tie the game three different times but were never able to get that extra run and would lose 14-11 in extra innings. With the games in the books, the Miners would stay undefeated at 6-0 and the Padres would remain winless at 0-6.

long fly
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Kyle Coryea

Lyon Mountain Miners Kyle Kowlaski (9) puts a charge into the ball that ends up in the gap.

Champlain Valley Baseball League Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Plattsburgh Cardinals May 1st 2011

safe
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Kyle Coryea

Plattsburgh Cardinals base runner slides in safe at second base with the stolen base under the tag of Alex Cole (7). It was opening day in the Champlain Valley Baseball League (CVBL). As the Airborne Speedway Padres would host the Plattsburgh Cardinals in a doubleheader at Saranac High School. The opening game would be a great game that saw the Cardinals score three runs in the sixth to tie the game and forces extra innings. In the extra innings the Cardinals would get one in the top of the eighth then bottom of the innings the Padres would load the bases with no outs and then Cardinals would get a strikeout and then a double play online drive that was tattooed back up the middle as the Cardinals hold on to the 4-3 win. In the second game, the Cardinals would get one in the second as that would be all the needed as they go on for the 4-0 shut out victory. With the opening weekend in the books, the Padres fall to 0-2 on the season and the Cardinals have the early lead at 2-0.

out at third
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Andrew Bombard (5) tags the Cardinal base runner at third base trying for the steal.

Airborne Speedway Padres Vs Plattsburgh Cardinals May 1st 2011

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trying to go over the top
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Kyle Coryea

Airborne Speedway Padres Jeffrey Norton (8) tags out the leaping attempt by the Cardinals to score in the late innings of game one. It was opening day in the Champlain Valley Baseball League (CVBL). As the Airborne Speedway Padres would host the Plattsburgh Cardinals in a doubleheader at Saranac High School. The opening game would be a great game that saw the Cardinals score three runs in the sixth to tie the game and forces extra innings. In the extra innings the Cardinals would get one in the top of the eighth then bottom of the innings the Padres would load the bases with no outs and then Cardinals would get a strikeout and then a double play online drive that was tattooed back up the middle as the Cardinals hold on to the 4-3 win. In the second game the Cardinals would get one in the second as that would be all the needed as they go on for the 4-0 shut out victory. With the opening weekend in the books the Padres fall to 0-2 on the season and the Cardinals have the early lead at 2-0. Gallery

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