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Aaron Snyder pitched the first five innings for the North Fork Ospreys, who won their first league championship.
The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League championship trophy is topped by a gold-plated baseball player with a bat. It might have been more fitting if the trophy featured a player wearing a glove, fielding a ground ball or turning a double play.
The North Fork Ospreys turned four double plays Sunday night to help themselves to the first league title in the club’s two-year history. Back-to-back home runs by Rocco Gondek and David Jacob didn’t hurt, either, accounting for four runs in the Ospreys’ 5-4 victory over the Quakertown Blazers at Jean W. Cochran Park in Peconic.
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