Pacific Little League players enjoy their moment on the diamond

It was a big day for 65 baseball and softball teams as they marched onto the field to be recognized by families and friends during Pacific Little League Day Saturday at Lynndale Park. Last year’s Pacific Little League All-Stars/Northwest Region Champs/Little League World Series team and their coaches also were recognized for their accomplishments.

As players marched onto the field, they were greeted by other players during Pacific Little League Day Saturday at Lynndale Park. The league supports 65baseball and softball teams in Edmonds and Lynnwood. (Photos by David Pan)
As teams marched onto the field, they were greeted by players during Pacific Little League Day Saturday at Lynndale Park. The league fielded 65 baseball and softball teams from Edmonds and Lynnwood this season. (Photos by David Pan)
The 2014 Pacific Little League World Series team and its coaches were honored for their accomplishments.
The 2014 Pacific Little League All-Star team and its coaches were honored for their accomplishments saturday at Lynndale Park. The team won the Northwest Region Championship and advanced to the Little League World Series.
Trumpeter GLenn Ledbetter instructs the flag bears on what to do.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1040 Bugler Glenn Ledbetter (right) talks with Saturday’s flag bearers.
The Crush march out on to the field.
The Orange Crush march out onto the field.
The Lug Nuts might have the best nickname in the league.
The Lugnuts might have the best nickname in the league.
The Pirates get ready to march on to the field.
The Pirates get ready to march onto the field.
Last year's Pacific Little League World Series team waits to be introduced to the crowd.
Players from last year’s Pacific Little League World Series team wait to be introduced to the crowd.
If you tossed the bean bag through the hole you won some candy.
If you tossed the bean bag through the hole, you won some candy.
Players had some fun with a wiffle ball.
Players lined up to hit a wiffle ball.
Players hang out before the parade out on to the field.
Players hang out before the parade out onto the field.

One Reply to “Pacific Little League players enjoy their moment on the diamond”

  1. It was a great day watching the kids as they enjoyed all the activities. Mayor Earling made the official 1st pitch, what a fast ball.
    It is also a wonderful place to get a good burger on week nights and weekends!

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