Sunday 29th July 2006 saw Great Britain play a double header against Ireland at Finsbury Park cricket club — the first international baseball played in this country since 2002. These games were the conclusion of a three game series between the sides and were also notable for marking the retirement of long-time Great Britain catcher, and five baseball pundit Josh Chetwynd. GB won the first game of the day 6 to 5, but despite an impressive 2-out rally in the final inning of second game they lost that one with a reversal of the scoreline from the first game. Ireland took the series 2 - 1.
Here’s some photos of the action…
(Some photos were taken by me and others by Paul, but I forget which are which)
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