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“It’s the best seat in the house,” said Hugh Gurney as he kept score on the “little green monster” that he helped build last year on the peewee diamond. Saturday was opening day for minor baseball at Nunns Creek Park. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
“It’s the best seat in the house,” said Hugh Gurney as he kept score on the “little green monster” that he helped build last year on the peewee diamond. Saturday was opening day for minor baseball at Nunns Creek Park.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

“It’s the best seat in the house,” said Hugh Gurney as he kept score on the “little green monster” that he helped build last year on the peewee diamond. Saturday was opening day for minor baseball at Nunns Creek Park. See more photos on Page 29.

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