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LEFTIES: Port Angeles roars back to win after falling in 7-0 hole against Bellingham Bells

The Port Angeles Lefties had a remarkable comeback victory Sunday, digging out of a 7-0 hole to beat the Bellingham Bells 10-7. Garrett… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles pitchers hold down Highline

Schmidt grand slam highlights 7-run sixth

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Lefties pitcher Preston Howey throws in the fourth inning against Highline in a non-league season opener on Tuesday at Port Angeles Civic Field.
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Lefties pitcher Preston Howey throws in the fourth inning against Highline in a non-league season opener on Tuesday at Port Angeles Civic Field.
Members of the Port Angeles Lefties baseball team, including assistant coach Anthony Murillo, holding a hose, water down the infield prior to the start of Tuesday evening’s season opener against the Highline Bears at Port Angeles Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Season opener

Keith Thorpe Peninsula Daily News Members of the Port Angeles Lefties baseball team, including assistant coach Anthony Murillo, holding a hose, water down the infield… Continue reading

Members of the Port Angeles Lefties baseball team, including assistant coach Anthony Murillo, holding a hose, water down the infield prior to the start of Tuesday evening’s season opener against the Highline Bears at Port Angeles Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
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Lefties' Damiano Palmegani, center, gets caught in a rundown between second and third as Bellingham second baseman Mason Margenco, left, looks at the toss from shortstop Collin Burns in the bottom of the third in June 2019 at Port Angeles Civic Field. Palmegani was forced out on the play.

LEFTIES: Baseball team returning to Civic Field on Tuesday after hiatus

Team will feature Pac-12, Big Ten, WCC players; Host families still needed

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Lefties' Damiano Palmegani, center, gets caught in a rundown between second and third as Bellingham second baseman Mason Margenco, left, looks at the toss from shortstop Collin Burns in the bottom of the third in June 2019 at Port Angeles Civic Field. Palmegani was forced out on the play.

LEFTIES: Port Angeles to play U.S.-based teams in 2021 as West Coast League revises schedule

The Port Angeles Lefties will play a revised 48-game West Coast League schedule this summer comprised solely of other U.S.-based teams as the… Continue reading

Courtesy/ JSerra Catholic High SchoolUCLA baseball commit Gage Jump has agreed to play for the Port Angeles Lefties this summer.
Courtesy/ JSerra Catholic High SchoolUCLA baseball commit Gage Jump has agreed to play for the Port Angeles Lefties this summer.
LEFTIES: West Coast offers diamond gems

LEFTIES: West Coast offers diamond gems

The Port Angeles Lefties continued their roster rollout for the 2021 season by adding four West Coast Conference athletes from St. Mary’s… Continue reading

LEFTIES: West Coast offers diamond gems
BASEBALL: Lefties awaken from summer slumber
BASEBALL: Lefties awaken from summer slumber
Port Angeles Lefties remain in limbo

Port Angeles Lefties remain in limbo

No quarantine league or WCL plans for July

Port Angeles Lefties remain in limbo
LEFTIES: Owner Matt Acker proposing mini league of quarantined teams

LEFTIES: Owner Matt Acker proposing mini league of quarantined teams

Squads would be housed in hotel, play all games at Civic Field

LEFTIES: Owner Matt Acker proposing mini league of quarantined teams
Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball

Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball

Bellingham Bells cancel season due to outbreak

Port Angeles Lefties hope to play ball
Lefties owner pitching in during crisis

Lefties owner pitching in during crisis

Matt Acker advocating for area businesses

Lefties owner pitching in during crisis
Baseball: Lefties’ Christian named to All-West Coast League first team

Baseball: Lefties’ Christian named to All-West Coast League first team

Port Angeles’ Angebrandt and Palmegiani are honorable mention

Baseball: Lefties’ Christian named to All-West Coast League first team
<strong>Olivia Vanni</strong>/The Daily Herald                                Everett AquaSox catcher Brennon ‘Benny’ Kaleiwahea gets high-fives from his teammates after hitting a home run Aug. 4 during a game against Spokane at Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett.

BASEBALL: Original Lefties player Benny Kaleiwahea in Mariners’ minor league organization

Brennon Kaleiwahea isn’t the type of person that’s going to take a blessing for granted in… Continue reading

<strong>Olivia Vanni</strong>/The Daily Herald                                Everett AquaSox catcher Brennon ‘Benny’ Kaleiwahea gets high-fives from his teammates after hitting a home run Aug. 4 during a game against Spokane at Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett.
LEFTIES: Short-handed Port Angeles eliminated from playoff chase

LEFTIES: Short-handed Port Angeles eliminated from playoff chase

Victoria first baseman Griffin Paxton homered twice and drove in five runs to lead his HarbourCats… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Short-handed Port Angeles eliminated from playoff chase

LEFTIES: Victoria walks all over Port Angeles

The Lefties find themselves within one loss of being eliminated from playoff contention after Victoria scored eight runs in the final three… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Kinsky goes seven strong innings as Port Angeles wins again

Joe Kinsky continued the string of dominant starting pitching for the Port Angeles Lefties on their… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Port Angeles falls against Bellingham

Port Angeles stumbled Sunday and dropped the second game of a three-game road series 7-4 to the Bellingham Bells at Joe Martin Field.… Continue reading

LEFTIES: Chavez throws six strong innings in win

In the opener of a crucial three-game road series, starting pitcher Jonny Chavez was up to the… Continue reading