PHILIPSBURG:— The President, Board, Youth, and Education Committee and members of the St. Maarten Lions Club hosted the Lions Club Little League baseball team players, coaches, a few parents and supporters at the Lions Den Meeting Room for pizza, drinks and an inspiring baseball movie called “The Perfect Game”.
“The Perfect Game” film is based on a true story of the events leading up to the 1957 Little League World Series, which was won by the first team from outside the United States, the Industrial Little League of Monterrey, Mexico, who defeated the heavily favored U.S. team. Mexican pitcher Ángel Macías threw the first, and so far only, perfect game in championship game history.
The young Little League team members between the age group 10 to 12 years old and Lions Club members were very enthusiastic about the evening as this was the first time that the St. Maarten Lions Club with the assistance of Domino’s hosted and treated its own sponsored baseball team after their Little League season ended. Many
St. Maarten Lions Club members attended games of the team at the Little League Ball Park over the past few months.
Source: St. Martin News Network
St. Maarten Lions Club hosts Lions Little League Team.