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poll: Who Will Win Division I Baseball Championship?

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

 

Who Will Win Division I Baseball Championship?


Who is your favorite to win the Division I baseball state championship?

The Division I baseball state tournament has gotten underway. The defending state champs and undefeated Bishop Hendricken and North Kingstown High School are the top two overall seeds, receiving the top seeds for the North and South Divisions. Hendricken has maybe the most dangerous player in the tournament in Rhode Island Gatorade Player of the Year Mike King, while North Kingstown's Tyler LaMarre hit .411 during the regular season and drove in 20 runs.

East Greenwich and Cranston West were both labeled three seeds in the tournament, but both haven't lost as of yet in separate winners brackets. East Greenwich's Kyle Palmer has been one of the most dominant hitters in the state this year, hitting an impressive .455, while driving in 11 runs and scoring 16 runs.  

 

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