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Stamford Politicians Face Off In 32nd Annual Softball Game

Mayor David Martin smashes the ball during the softball game Thursday. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Mayor David Martin, left, and Thomas Madden, the city's director of economic development look on during the action. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Ted Jankowski, Director of Public Safety, Health and Welfare, prepares to take a swing as Keith Silver waits for the ball during the game. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Board of Representatives District 20 member Susan Nabel prepares to swing as catcher Kathryn Emmett, the city's director of legal affairs, and umpire Charles Pia look on during the game. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
Monica Di Costanzo, of District 7, scores for the board of representatives. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern

STAMFORD, Conn. -- It wasn't quite the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. But the Mayor's Office faced off against their archrivals - on the ballfield - the Board of Representatives on Thursday night in an annual softball game.

The "War At The Shore," as the 32nd annual game was dubbed, took place at John J. Bocuzzi Park on Southfield Avenue.

The competition was a little uneven with some of the players displaying a little more ability than others.

The city's Director of Economic Development Thomas Madden jokingly held a hockey goalie's glove as his baseball glove before the game.

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