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Around Tampa Bay

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published June 21, 2002


Baseball

The Tampa Bay Renegades 9-and-under Amateur Athletic Union team finished third in the state in its division recently, which qualified the Renegades for this month's national championship in Orlando.

Chris Frey and Tyler Kellmann were the top hitters. Casey Turgeon, Zack Johnson, Eric Langevin and Sawyer Wilson handled the pitching.

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