Dubois County Bombers vs. Fulton Railroaders

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    Dubois County Bombers' Jake Lewis pitched during the baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Bryton Houchin of Huntingburg, 8, looked on as he carried a metal rod he found while exploring beneath the bleachers with his friend, Wyatt Humbert of Huntingburg, 8, not pictured, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Huntingburg Elementary schoolers just finished up second grade together and had shared a locker together. "We've known each other since preschool," Houchin said. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers players looked on as Bombers' Nolan Ramsey was up to bat during the game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Nolan Ramsey threw the ball into the infield during the game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Nolan Ramsey waited on deck during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Kru Allen of Holland, portraying the Bombers' mascot Casey, shot water with a squirt gun at fans during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' John McDonald ran toward the dugout after he got out during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Owen Bieker of Huntingburg, 10, ate ice cream as he hung out next to Owen Blessinger of Huntingburg, 10, during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The friends were taking a break from playing their own version of baseball with a tinfoil ball representing the baseball and their hand as a bat with their friends Brogan Fuhs and Justin Leathers, both of Huntingburg and 10. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Connor Zahm, 8, left, and his sister Mackenzie, 11, both of Belding, Mich., played water balloon baseball during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Zahms were visiting their grandparents, Chris and Teressa Troyer of Santa Claus. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Mollie Combs of Birdseye, 9, danced along to “Cotton Eye Joe” with the Rockford Peaches during the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. "My softball team does that song before a game," Combs said about her team, the Southern Indiana Spikes. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Payton Mattingly threw the ball to first base for an out during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Rockford Peach Cami Gerber signaled rule number two to young fans who were going to run the bases after the Dubois County Bombers baseball game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg on Tuesday. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Dubois County Bombers' Cooper Trinkle ran to second base during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Rockford Peach Cami Gerber of Jasper held onto a ball she signed for Reggie Fink of Huntingburg, 2, during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. "I don't think there's been a game where I haven't signed a ball or book," Gerber, who has been a Peach for two years, said. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Levi Welp, 11, from left, his sister, Adalyn, 8, Rockford Peach Cami Gerber and Alice Philipps, 7, all of Jasper, danced to the “Y.M.C.A.” during Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald

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    Owen Blessinger of Huntingburg, 10, right, had his ball signed by Dubois County Bombers' Caleb Wagner after Tuesday's game against the Fulton Railroaders at League Stadium in Huntingburg. The Bombers won, 10-2. Nic Antaya/The Herald