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Snowmass history: Hey, batter batter

Snowmass Club took the win in league tournament

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Ken Kurby of the Snowmass Club team leaps into the air to avoid a tag, but first baseman John Garland, from the Village Property Management team, makes the play in an August 1985 softball game.
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“After finishing third place during regular season play, the Snowmass Club breezed to the finals of the Snowmass league tourney last weekend and came from behind to defeat Village Property management, 13-12 for the tourney crown,” The Aspen Times reported Aug.15, 1985. “Down 12-5 in the championship game, the Snowmass Club closed the gap to 12-9 with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the final inning. Snowmass Club pitcher Jeff Sivess stepped to the plate representing the winning run and ripped the ball to the right field.”


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