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News Release
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Media Relations
   
   
LAPD Baseball Team Competition NA13176dm

What:
LAPD Baseball Team's "Best Bat In The Valley Finals"
Competitors will have to bat a round of 25 pitches with scores based on points for balls hit in designated locations in the batting cage. There are 8 different age categories; 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-20, 21-29, 30 & over, 40 & over.

When:
Thursday, October 10, 2013
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Where:
Sherman Oaks Castle Batting Cages
4989 Sepulveda Blvd
Sherman Oaks, Ca  91403

Who:
8 - 9 year olds:
Mason Shurman, Encino
Aidan Beatty, Encino

10 - 11 year olds:
Jesse Harrison, Sherman Oaks
Charles Aja, Studio City
Josue Sena, Valley Village
Aaron Chazin, Sylmar

12 - 13 year olds:
Kaylen Klier, Encino

14 - 15 year olds:
Nicolas Rincover, West Hills
Diego Alonso, Sylmar
Edgar Hildago, North Hollywood
Aaron Acevedo, San Fernando

16 - 20 year olds:
Riley Sullivan, Valley Village
Michael Rincover, West Hills
Alex Cywan, Sherman Oaks
Ar Cervantes, Reseda

LAPD Baseball Team Competition

21 - 29 year olds;
Robin Vyas, Reseda
Miguel Miza, Los Angeles
Bryan Algeo, Los Angeles

30 - 39 year olds;
Oscar Bocanegra, Granada Hills
Erik Perez, Sylmar
Hilario Martinez, Palmdale
Robert Robinson, Canyon Country

40 + year olds;

Steven Lopez, Encino
Daniel Carrillo, Valley Village
Michael Scott, Mission Hills
Manuel Frausto, Van Nuys

Why:
The Best Bat In The Valley batting competition is hosted by the LAPD Baseball Team, sworn police officers who play competitive, charity baseball.  The event promotes friendly, fun, physical and competitive batting challenges for baseball players of all ages. The players come from  and represent neighborhoods from across the San Fernando Valley.  The finalists competed all last week and produced the top scores in their age categories to advance to the finals. Only the top performers survived and now will battle for the title of "Best Bat In The Valley"

Prizes awarded for each age category;

  • 1st place; Baseball Bat & Title
  • 2nd place; Baseball Bat Bag
  • 3rd place; Baseball Batting Gloves

Additional prize drawings for the public including, Dodger tickets for next season, Oakley Baseball Glasses, Bicycles, Baseball Equipment and more.  LAPD's Finest Baseball Team players along with Sherman Oaks Castle Batting Cages staff will be on hand to judge the competitors to determine who has the best bat in the Valley.  There will also be games and giveaways for kids of all ages.

Contact LAPD Baseball Team Manager, Officer Michael J. Scott at 818-224-0317 or email at scott1soldier@aol.com.


     
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