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WEST COAST LEAGUE: Lefties swept by Springfield to open season

The Port Angeles Lefties got off to rough start in the 2023 West Coast League wooden bat baseball campaign, getting swept on… Continue reading

 

Port Angeles Lefties

WEST COAST LEAGUE BASEBALL: Lefties lose season-opener to Springfield on a ninth-inning walkoff

The Port Angeles Lefties got good pitching performances from their staff, but fell 4-3 in their season opener on a walk-off single… Continue reading

 

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Lefties pitcher Dillon Dibrell throws in the first inning in the first game of a double header against Kamloops on Saturday at Port Angeles Civic Field.

WEST COAST BASEBALL: Lefties season begins Friday

First home game at Civic Field on June 9

 

Damiano Palmegiani gets caught in a rundown at Civic Field during a game against Bellingham in 2019. Palmegiani, who is from Surrey, B.C., played 51 games for the Port Angeles Lefties, was picked by Team Canada to play in the World Baseball Classic later this summer. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: 2019 alumnus Palmegiani to play for Team Canada in World Baseball Classic

Damiano Palmegiani, who starred for the Port Angeles Lefties in 2019, has been selected by the Canadian national team to represent that country… Continue reading

Damiano Palmegiani gets caught in a rundown at Civic Field during a game against Bellingham in 2019. Palmegiani, who is from Surrey, B.C., played 51 games for the Port Angeles Lefties, was picked by Team Canada to play in the World Baseball Classic later this summer. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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WEST COAST LEAGUE: 2023 schedule released

Last week in Southern California, the West Coast League’s board of directors met to review a tremendously successful 2022 season and to approve… Continue reading

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Lefties designated hitter Riley Parker tips his helmet at his teammates after rounding the bases with a solo homer in the first inning on Thursday night at Port Angeles Civic Field.

LEFTIES: Port Angeles’ Hauck makes second-team All-West Coast League

Parker, Choi, Pfeffer, Maeker and Paddack all honorable mention

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Lefties designated hitter Riley Parker tips his helmet at his teammates after rounding the bases with a solo homer in the first inning on Thursday night at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during a game in June at Port Angeles Civic Field.

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties pulled in the fans again this season

Team had a shot at postseason late; several individuals had great seasons

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Lefties' Golden Tate hits into an RBI double as Bend catcher Isah Burk looks on during a game in June at Port Angeles Civic Field.
Port Angeles Lefties.
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Adam Paganelli of the Port Angeles Lefties gets back to first base safely just before the tag of Victoria HarbourCats first baseman Roberto Gonzalez on a pickoff play. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
Adam Paganelli of the Port Angeles Lefties gets back to first base safely just before the tag of Victoria HarbourCats first baseman Roberto Gonzalez on a pickoff play. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties sweep twin bill, back home tonight

Port Angeles swept a doubleheader with host Kelowna, besting the Falcons 5-3 and 4-0 in a pair of seven-inning games Wednesday night.… Continue reading

Lefties' third baseman BY Choi, tags out Yakima Valley baserunner Spencer Shipman who wandered too far off third. Choi took the snap throw from catcher Danny Briones. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Yakima pitching handcuffs Lefties

The Port Angeles Lefties got great pitching all weekend against the Yakima Valley Pippins. The Pippins’ pitching was simply better in a… Continue reading

Lefties' third baseman BY Choi, tags out Yakima Valley baserunner Spencer Shipman who wandered too far off third. Choi took the snap throw from catcher Danny Briones. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
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Lefties designated hitter Riley Parker tips his helmet at his teammates after rounding the bases with a solo homer in the first inning on Thursday night at Port Angeles Civic Field.

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Parker homers again, but Lefties swept by Redmond

Despite another Riley Parker home run and three runs in the first inning, the Lefties were swept by the Redmond Dudes in… Continue reading

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Lefties designated hitter Riley Parker tips his helmet at his teammates after rounding the bases with a solo homer in the first inning on Thursday night at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties outpitched by Redmond

The Port Angeles Lefties got a home run from Riley Parker and outstanding pitching from five hurlers, but couldn’t break through against… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Lefties

PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties’ rally against Dudes comes up short

The Lefties had the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning as they tried to rally from a 3-1 deficit,… Continue reading

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Dillon Dibrell of the PA Lefties fires in a fast pitch to the batter from Kamloops Northpaws. He is backed up by his 3rd baseman B.Y. Choi. dlogan
Dillon Dibrell of the PA Lefties fires in a fast pitch to the batter from Kamloops Northpaws. He is backed up by his 3rd baseman B.Y. Choi. dlogan
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PORT ANGELES LEFTIES: Lefties avoid sweep with 7-3 win over Cowlitz

After losing their first two games against the Cowlitz Black Bears, the Lefties’ bats came alive Sunday to salvage the final game of… Continue reading

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Port Angeles Lefties.

LEFTIES: Port Angeles arms toss 4-hitter, defeat Kelowna 6-1

Andres Quinones went five-plus strong innings, allowing no runs, B.Y. Choi and Riley Parker each drove in a pair of runs and… Continue reading

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LEFTIES: Nine-run fourth inning dooms Port Angeles

Oof. Maybe the less said about Port Angeles’ 19-2 loss to the Kelowna Falcons on Tuesday night at Civic Field the better.… Continue reading

The Lefties' Jadon Arakaki is safe at second base as Bellingham Bells shortstop Christopher Campos is late with the throw and tag. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)
The Lefties' Jadon Arakaki is safe at second base as Bellingham Bells shortstop Christopher Campos is late with the throw and tag. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)