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Beep, Beep: Local teams try hand at Beep Baseball

The Willmar Stingers take on the Minnesota Millers in a game of Beep Baseball on Saturday at Hodapp Field. Curt Hogg / Tribune1 / 5
The Willmar Stingers take on the Minnesota Millers in a game of Beep Baseball on Saturday at Hodapp Field. Curt Hogg / Tribune2 / 5
The Willmar Stingers take on the Minnesota Millers in a game of Beep Baseball on Saturday at Hodapp Field. Curt Hogg / Tribune3 / 5
Willmar Stingers player Tyler Murray takes a swing and a miss on Saturday as he and a group of teammates took on the Minnesota MIllers in Beep Baseball. Curt Hogg / Tribune4 / 5
The Minnesota Millers pose for a pregame photo before taking on Willmar-area teams in a game of Beep Baseball on Saturday at Hodapp Field. Curt Hogg / Tribune5 / 5

WILLMAR—As expected, the Minnesota Millers put on a show in defeating some of the best local ball players during Saturday's Beep Baseball event at Hodapp Field.

The Millers, who will be playing the Beep Baseball World Series in Florida next week, took on the Willmar Stingers, Raymond Rockets and Willmar VFW and Legion teams. Each challenger fell short of the Millers, who are some of the best players at the game designed for the blind and visually impaired.

Curt Hogg

Curt Hogg is a sports reporter at the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2016. 

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