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    Dubois County Bombers' shortstop Shain Showers made the throw to first for the double play before the Hoppers's Brandon Powell could slide into second during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Rick Linton bunted the ball toward the pitcher during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Rockford Peaches Emily Seufert of Huntingburg, left, Beth Wendholt of St. Anthony and Alyssa Begle of Mariah Hill sold frisbees in the stands during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Oscar Recker Jr. of Schnellville, left, talked to fellow season ticket holder Doug Fischer of Schnellville, and his son Alex, 5, as they sat in their seats during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Drake Hagan of Jasper, 4, left, and Broghan Fuhs of Huntingburg, 5, right, tried to hit water balloons in between innings during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Shain Showers rounded third base during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers catcher Rick Linton got tangled up with the Hoppers's Henry Rowland after tagging him out at the plate during Wednesday's game at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    An umpire tried to calm down both teams after a play at the plate during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Bombers head coach Wes Fink talked heatedly to the umpires about a call following a play at the plate during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Tonya Mackey of Jasper, left, Eric Birk of Birdseye and Kaci Schwinghamer of Ferdinand participated in the bat-spin sprint in between innings during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Eric Birk of Birdseye attempted to regain his balance while participating in the bat-spin sprint during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Darren Howard of Jasper, a member of the Third Base Deadbeats, cheered on the Bombers after a score during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Bombers' pitchers watched the game from their bench during Wednesday's game against the Hoptown Hoppers at League Stadium. The Bombers lost 6-5 in extra innings. Matthew Busch/The Herald