Atoms developing strong passion for ball

Six Nations Atoms first baseman Kaleb Restoule gets ready to make that solid defensive play at first during holiday weekend action against Dunnville. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News Watching Six Nations Atoms infielder Brogan Martin, it`s hard to believe that this is his first year playing organized ball. Not only did Martin make a couple of stellar defensive plays at third, but he also hit a bottom of the fourth three run homer in an exciting rally which just fell short in what was an eventual 14-9 loss against Dunnville. “It was kind of exciting and kind of not,” a soft spoken Martin said about the homerun. Following a slight pause Martin said that his favourite part of playing ball is not surprisingly, “Hitting the ball.” Though they came up short against Dunnville, it has still been an exciting season for this Six Nations club who are comprised mostly of first year players…

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