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Argentina exhibition kicks off Pioneer Days
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SALT LAKE CITY – The World Champion Argentina Junior Men’s National Fastpitch is making a trip to Salt Lake City for an exhibition.

The exhibition, a six-game series starting on Saturday, July 6, will see the under-21 squad take on three teams each day.

The team will face Wasatch Properties starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, then face Page Brake and Granite Bakery of Salt Lake to finish the day. The Argentinians will face the same three teams on Sunday, then make their way to the International U21 tournament in Saskatoon, located in Canada, the following weekend.

The games, being played at the Larry H. Miller softball complex, are meant to be a part of the Pioneer Days celebration along with the Utah Softball Hall of Fame inductions, which are taking place next Friday, July 12.

Among the 14 new inductees present for the Hall of Fame induction will be Layton’s Leonard “Odell” Kirk, the only Davis County representative.

Other inductees are Tommy Bahan, Mark Baldwin, Debbie Butler, Arnold “A.J.” Christensen, Ivan Christensen, Lynn Christensen, Terry Jordan, Mel Moon, Ron Nelson, Lisa Parker, Jim Peacock, Carma Pedersen, and Sharon Seppi.

The induction ceremony will be followed by the Larry H. Miller Memorial Pioneer Days Men’s Fastpitch Tournament. 

The tournament will have eight teams, and features three teams ranked in the International Softball Congress (ISC) top 20. 

The teams ranked are the California A’s, Pueblo Bandits and Cal State Builders.

The tournament will begin at 6 p.m. on July 12.

Admission is free, but those unable to make it can see an Internet broadcast of the games at ballparkradio.com.

The softball complex is located at 4400 S. 1300 East in Salt Lake City.

 

sgillet@davisclipper.com

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