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Pitch, Hit and Run finalists honored in Seattle

June 24, 2019

SEATTLE -- Major League Baseball and the Mariners hosted the annual MLB Pitch, Hit and Run competition for Pacific Northwest finalists at T-Mobile Park on Sunday and honored several youngsters who won their respective divisions. Pitch, Hit and Run is MLB's official youth skills competition. The top 12 baseball and

SEATTLE -- Major League Baseball and the Mariners hosted the annual MLB Pitch, Hit and Run competition for Pacific Northwest finalists at T-Mobile Park on Sunday and honored several youngsters who won their respective divisions.

Pitch, Hit and Run is MLB's official youth skills competition. The top 12 baseball and top 12 softball qualifiers from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and British Columbia competed at T-Mobile Park with hopes of advancing to the National Finals during next month’s 2019 MLB All-Star Week in Cleveland.

The winners:

7- and 8-year-old Softball Division: Giselle Nimon-Toki from Beaverton, Ore.

7- and 8-year-old Baseball Division: Brayden Cross from Bellevue, Wash.

9- and 10-year-old Softball Division: Jolie Spindler from Hayden, Idaho.

9- and 10-year-old Baseball Division: Will Henzi from Victoria, B.C.

11- and 12-year-old Softball Division: Elizabeth Peery from Ridgefield, Wash.

11- and 12-year-old Baseball Division: Kyler Venable from Miles City, Mont.

13- and 14-year-old Softball Division: Trinity Miller from Seattle, Wash.

13- and 14-year-old Baseball Division: Jonathon Berus from Seattle, Wash.