Photos: Bayside Little League celebrates conclusion of another successful season

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The Bayside Little League season — consisting of three divisions and more than 100 games — came to an end, which means it was time for the Awards BBQ at Crocheron Park. Here’s Team Avella — sponsored by state Sen. Tony Avella — showing off their trophies.
Manning the grill at the barbecue is something like umpiring, only not as hot. Jonathan (l.) and Robert Reid Jr. keep the hot dogs and hamburgers coming.
Team Elite celebrates a terrific season in the Texas Farm division, which is strictly for 7-year-olds.
Bob Reid (in red) — seen here with officers from the 111th Precicnt — has been riunning the Bayside Little League since Abner Doubleday invented the game. Or so it seems.
The Texas Farm team sponsored by Papazzio, the Italian restaurant on Bell Boulevard, terrorized the Texas Farm division this season.

The Bayside Little League ended its season last week with an awards ceremony and barbecue. Here’s what you missed.

Updated 12:32 am, July 10, 2018
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