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Gamble Bye, Ben Shumansky, Grady Kirchner and Jacob Thomas played in Minnesota Legion All-Star showcase last weekend.
The Detroit Lakes Baseball Club was eliminated from the regional 10C baseball playoffs with a 6-4 loss to the Roseau Royals on Aug. 6. The Club finished its inaugural season with a 3-10 record.
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"... I feel like it’d be easier ... if you could try to speak their language. … It’s kind of more that communication factor," Buxton said.
This is a column about the beauty of town ball and all that comes with it. It's inspired by "The Geiser Gang" catching a wild rabbit at the Region 14C amateur baseball tournament. This is a column written by Jared Rubado, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

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It was a full team effort for the Twins in Saturday’s night’s 7-3 win, helping them vanquish the Toronto Blue Jays for the second consecutive night.
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Kepler was activated from the injured list on Saturday after his pain turned from unbearable to manageable and the Twins sent Mark Contreras down as the corresponding move.
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The wild win came after the Twins were unable to capitalize on leadoff doubles in both the seventh and eighth innings, leaving the door open for the Blue Jays to get back into the game.
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“There are decisions that have to be made,” Baldelli said. “This was one of them that was really hard. It took some time and some contemplation ..."
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“As soon as I landed, I kind of felt like this was where I needed to be,” Mahle said.
The Detroit Lakes Baseball Club faces elimination from the regional tournament playoffs after losing 10-0 to the Marble Mallards in Grand Rapids on July 31.

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The Padres also had a season-high seven extra-base hits.
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The Twins traded the reliever to San Diego a day before the season started, receiving starter Chris Paddack, who has subsequently had Tommy John surgery, and reliever Emilio Págan in return.
Detroit Lakes Baseball Club player-manager Brandon Johnson looks back on the goals he set out for the inaugural season. Despite some tough losses, it's hard not to be positive about the future of The Club and where the team is trending in on a communal level.

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