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Welcome to the gun show

By Ryan Peterson - bio | email

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Thanks to some scary pitching, The Tyler Lee Red Raiders have been blowing through district.  Lee doesn't need to score many runs, as they only give up a run a game in district play. 

The Red Raiders have a three headed pitching monster.  Matthew Lynch, Jake Townsend and Blake Smith.  Their game is good, but so is their sense of humor.  These guys have more nicknames, than pitches.

Matthew Lynch goes by 'Ice Man' or 'All Star' or 'Iron Man.'

Jack Townsend is called 'Latte.'

Blake Smith goes by 'Big Unit' or 'Big Guy.'

There's actually more then this, but you get the idea.  No matter the name, they all win.  Lee is perfect in district and hopes for a deep playoff run.

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