Hot Rods vs. Timber Rattlers in Mill Valley – by Brad Mangin

Hot Rods

Members of the Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods sit in the dugout before their game against the Timber Rattlers at Boyle Park in Mill Valley, CA on May 1, 2015. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin shot the Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods playing against the Timber Rattlers.

Friday afternoon marked the third year in a row for me to make the annual trek to gorgeous Boyle Park in Mill Valley, California to shoot the Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods in action. The Hot Rods are skippered by my good friend and co-author of Championship Blood, NEVER. SAY. DIE., and Worth the Wait Brian Murphy. Murph is in his third year at the helm and is aided by a fine, veteran coaching staff that does an admirable job of keeping him in line. Murph’s son Declan swings from the left side and plays all over the infield, reminding many older locals of another tall, lefty-swinging Murphy who used to terrorize opposing pitchers at Boyle Park in the 1970′s. Game time was 4pm. The opponent was the Timber Rattlers. The game was only going to last a little more than an hour. My goal was to try and get as many good pictures of every young man on the Hot Rods as possible. It was not going to be easy!

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Hot Rods

The Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods take the field during their game against the Timber Rattlers at Boyle Park in Mill Valley, CA on May 1, 2015. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

Hot Rods

A member of the Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods plays defense during their game against the Timber Rattlers at Boyle Park in Mill Valley, CA on May 1, 2015. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

Hot Rods

A member of the Mill Valley Little League Hot Rods bats during their game against the Timber Rattlers at Boyle Park in Mill Valley, CA on May 1, 2015. (Photo by Brad Mangin)

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