For the love of the game

The Orange County Smash develops baseball skills for youngsters 5- to 8-eight-years old


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  • Smash Pitcher Michael Monda delivering a pitch during the team's game on June 2.




  • Smash players cheering on their teammates at Palisades Credit Union Park.




  • Pictured from left to right are: Rowan Durkin, Brayden Bonney and Ryan Cunningham.




  • Smash players Anthony Monda and Colin Johnson celebrate a home run during the team's home run derby.




  • Smash players are excited to be in the Boulders' dugout: Pictured from left to right are Rocco Fazio, Chris Grote, Jackson Frambach, Brayden Bonney, Nicholas McKenzie, Rowan Durkin, Brandon Schwarz and Drew Lugo.




  • Photos provided by Rich Monda The entire Smash team and coaching staff were excited to spend the day at the Boulders' stadium in Pomona.




POMONA — The Orange County Smash, a Monroe-based travel baseball program for 5- to 8-year-olds, attended the Rockland Boulders' game on Saturday, June 2, at Palisades Credit Union Park in Pomona.

The OC Smash players competed on Boulders' field in a baseball game, a skills competitions and in a home run derby.

The excitement on the players' faces, one coach said, was priceless.

The team has been training since last July and plans to focus on the development of it players in a fun atmosphere to promote a passion and love for the game.

Anyone interested in learning more about the program can e-mail ocsmashreturns@yahoo.com.








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