Trail ‘A’ Orioles go 2-2 to open the American Legion season

The Trail single-A Orioles opened their Washington State Legion baseball season with games against Mead and Central Valley.

The Trail 'A' Orioles' pitcher Peter Pasqualatto went the distance in a 17-6 five-inning victory over Central Valley on Sunday in Washington State American Legion baseball.

The Washington State American Legion 2015 campaign opened this weekend with Trail hosting a pair of division rivals in Mead and Central Valley at Butler Park.

Trail got better as the weekend wore on, as the single-A Orioles dropped its opening doubleheader to Mead on Saturday 12-6 and 14-4, before rebounding to take two from the Bears of Central Valley 9-1 and 17-6 in five innings.

It’s a good start for the young team of U-16 players who are now playing in a slightly more competitive American League division in the WSAL.

The AA Orioles also played Central Valley in exhibition matches on the weekend, dropping 2-of-3 games at Butler Park to the Spokane team.

See more on WSBL in Tuesday’s Trail Times.

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