Field still filling for tournament

By Bru Nimmons
Staff Reporter

EASLEY — The Senior League World Series, which pits the best 14-16 year old baseball players from around the world against each other, is descending upon Pickens County once again.

The tournament, which is in its second year in Easley, will feature six international teams and six U.S. teams and will kick off Saturday at the J.B. “Red” Owens Complex and run through Aug. 4.

As of press time Tuesday, the international division’s qualifiers had all been chosen, while all United States division teams remained in qualifier play.

The first team selected for the tournament was host S.C. District 1. The team is comprised of 16 Easley High School baseball players — many of whom were members of the Green Wave’s co-region champion varsity baseball team last season — and is looking to improve upon its 2-2 record from last year’s

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