Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run (PHR) is a free, one-day event for boys and girls ages 7-14
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Monday, November 19, 2012
A 33-year-old Middletown woman was reportedly struck by a car on Ayrault Street in Newport early on Sunday.
Police are seeking information about a reported hit and run that occurred early Sunday morning at Broadway and Ayrault Street. The victim was a 33-year-old Middletown woman, who was reportedly struck by a car on Ayrault Street in Newport early on Sunday. Around 12:35 a.m. on Sunday morning police responded to a report of a woman struck by a car near The Fifth Element. When they arrived, the woman was bleeding heavily from her head and eye. She told police she was crossing Ayrault Street when a small gray car turned and hit her. She then felt her body go over the hood of the car and land on the street. The car did not stop and continued on Ayrault Street, she said. Reports said her injuries were “serious but not life threatening.” The woman…
Saturday, June 11, 2011
The results are in from the Aquafina Pitch, Hit & Run Finals at Fenway Park, with one Middletown youth bringing home a Second Place trophy after beating out top New England competitors.
A Middletown teen recently proved his skills are among the best of New England's young baseball players when he took home a Second Place trophy from the Aquafina “Pitch, Hit, & Run” competition held inside Fenway Park in Boston on Saturday June 4. At the New England Finals, the top three competitors in each age group for both boys and girls from five New England states competed in three events that measured certain skills, including pitching to a strike zone, hitting off a batting tee for distance and accuracy, and timed base running. Michael Weaver of Newport finished third in the boys 7-8 division and John Agros of Middletown finished second in the boys 13-14 year old. Each received a special plaque from Major League Baseball and watched…