2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium

2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)
2019 Baseball in Paradise 7-8 year olds at Les Murakami Stadium (11.9.19)

had a great time this weekend captruing the speical moments at the Annual Wally Yonamine Foundation's Baseball in Paradise classic for youth Pinto baseball players ages 7-8 held at Les Murakami Stadium on the campus of the University of Hawai at Manoa.

12 teams went head to head on Saturday and Sunday with the opportunity to play on the Rainbow Warriors baseball diamond. Rainbow Warrior Baseball Head Coach Mike Trapasso, his staff, and ball players helped out along with a special autograph session for the players.

Mahalo to Baseball in Paradise organizer Wes Yonamine and his dedicated group of volunteers who make the tournament a wonderful experience each year for the youth baseball players and their ohana.

Also, mahalo to Les Murakami Stadium Manager Glenn Nakaya for a great job hosting the event.

 

 

FEILD OF DREAMS!

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry @mypearlcity,com

Mahalo to Rainbow Warrior Head Baseball Coach Mike Trapasso (2nd from left) and his coaching staff and ball players, along with Baseball in Paradise organizer Wes Yonamine (far right) for their partnership in turni that turns Les Murakami baseball stadium turf into the “Field of Dreams” for dozens of youth baseball players each year at the Baseball in Paradise Classic.

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry @mypearlcity,com

Photo by Barry Villamil | barry @mypearlcity,com