The 11- and 12-year-old Mites won the M.O.T. Major Baseball title with a 16-1-1 record this spring.


    The 11- and 12-year-old Mites won the M.O.T. Major Baseball title with a 16-1-1 record this spring. They were powered by the bats of Chase Corbitt, Eddie Pavina, Daniel Tovar, Dominic Durante, Calvin Straub and  Ethan Bloomfield. Corbitt and Tovar were the starting pitchers, supported in relieft by Durante, Pavina and Bloomfield.

    It was the performance of the remaining members on the team that made this year so successful:  Mitchell Land, Toby Bice, Nate Haggerty, Austin Saunders, Andrew Huhn and Kyler Sartin. Without their contributions, the spectacular record would not have been possible.

    Seven players will represent M.O.T. on the Major all-star team in July – Corbitt, Pavina, Tovar, Durante, Staub, Huhn and Bloomfield.