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The White Rock-South Surrey Red Sox march in the opening day parade. - Tracy Holmes photo
The White Rock-South Surrey Red Sox march in the opening day parade.
— image credit: Tracy Holmes photo

White Rock-South Surrey Baseball Association officially kicked off the ball season Saturday, with its annual opening-day parade. Members of each squad – in full uniform – marched through South Surrey Athletic Park to the diamonds, where they were met by the Vancouver Canadians’ mascot, Bob the Brown Bear; and dignitaries, including White Rock Mayor Catherine Ferguson and Surrey councillor Linda Hepner, who threw out ceremonial first pitches.

 

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