Brooks Robinson All-Star Game washed out, will resume play Tuesday

  • North coaches Dave Warrenfeltz (Williamsport), left, and Ryan Wolfsheimer (Dulaney) watch the rain come down, postposing the Brooks Robinson All-Star baseball game.
North coaches Dave Warrenfeltz (Williamsport), left, and… (Doug Kapustin / Baltimore…)
June 02, 2013|By Ryan Hood | The Baltimore Sun

Hours after Kevin Gausman made his Camden Yards debut, 30 of the state’s top high school senior baseball players -- most just four years younger than the rookie right-hander -- made theirs, playing in the 32nd annual Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park.

Gausman lasted six innings. The prep athletes lasted two and a half. And then Mother Nature intervened with a thunderstorm, prompting the suspension of the remainder of the game.

The teams will attempt to restart the game Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Camden Yards.

The North team had been leading 3-0, thanks to three consecutive RBI base hits in the top of the second.

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