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Bulls baseball pulls out two wins in Worland double header

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The 18U Bulls team pulled through with two wins on Saturday afternoon over Worland in their home double header. Damian Brown pitched for the entirety of the first game, followed by Joe Musselman who started the second game. The Bulls came out on top 7-3 in the first game and 10-2 in the second. 

The Buffalo Bulls gather outside the dugout opening as their teammate comes up to bat

The Buffalo Bulls gather outside the dugout opening as their teammate comes up to bat during the bottom of the third inning on Saturday. The Bulls hosted the Worland Blue Jays for a double header.

Damian Brown stretches forward during his release

Damian Brown stretches forward during his release on Saturday. Brown pitched the entire first game against Worland.

Nathan Swanston successfully tags out a runner after a fly out

Nathan Swanston successfully tags out a runner after a fly out on Saturday. Both teams made a number of outs by tagging out runners during the first game.

Mason Moon jumps off second base in order to catch a throw down

Mason Moon jumps off second base in order to catch a throw down on Saturday. The stealing runner was safe.

Matt Harrison laughs while talking to his coach before the start of the inning

Matt Harrison laughs while talking to his coach before the start of the inning on Saturday. Harrison took over on third base about half way through the first game.

Cody Winters, Steven McGee, Ole Wagner and Joe Musselman relax in the shade

From left, Cody Winters, Steven McGee, Ole Wagner and Joe Musselman relax in the shade of the dugout between games on Saturday. The team won the first game 7-3 over the Worland Blue Jays.

Head coach Wade Wagner talks to his team between games

Head coach Wade Wagner talks to his team between games on Saturday. “That last game worked so well because you backed up your pitcher and your pitcher threw strikes,” Wagner said about winning the first game. “You deserved that one.”

Cody Winters watches the ball pass him and second base after the catch

Cody Winters watches the ball pass him and second base after the catch was dropped on Saturday. Winters had stolen second.

Mason Moon drops down for a ground ball before throwing to first

Mason Moon drops down for a ground ball before throwing to first on Saturday. Moon made the out.

Joe Musselman sticks out his tongue as he stretches for his pitch against the first batter

Joe Musselman sticks out his tongue as he stretches for his pitch against the first batter of the second game on Saturday. The Bulls prevented any runs in the first inning.

Mason Moon celebrates the final out of the first game with a clenched fist

Mason Moon celebrates the final out of the first game with a clenched fist on Saturday. The teams took a half hour break between games to cool off and for Buffalo to take a quick team photo.

Photojournalist

Jessi Dodge joined the Bulletin as a photojournalist and a Report for America corp member in 2020. If you have ideas or comments, reach out at jessi@buffalobulletin.com.

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