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baseball, Sports

All-star game ends in tie

| Randy Dickson
As a rule, there is no tying in baseball. But all-star games often play by their own set of rules and that was the case as East took on West in the Pensacola Sports Association annual game. And not even that rule was firm as members from the East squad were moved to the West dugout shortly before the start of the game so it could be played.
Laurel Hill’s Benny Hudson follows through on his swing after putting the ball in play for the East team.


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