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Father and son practice swinging technique

Ryan Lotito Sr., 38, left, of Spring Hill pitches to his son Ryan Lotito Jr., 15, to work on his swing techniques at the Anderson Snow Sports Complex in Spring Hill on Thursday. Lotito a coach with the Pasco Jackals baseball team under the American Baseball Commission a wooded bat league that competes among other teams located along the gulf coast says he hopes that his team can end the season with a winning record. "It's something we love to do is come come out here to work on all aspects of the game of baseball," said Lotito. "The harder you work the better play you on the field."

CTAVIO JONES | Times

Ryan Lotito Sr., 38, left, of Spring Hill pitches to his son Ryan Lotito Jr., 15, to work on his swing techniques at the Anderson Snow Sports Complex in Spring Hill on Thursday. Lotito a coach with the Pasco Jackals baseball team under the American Baseball Commission a wooded bat league that competes among other teams located along the gulf coast says he hopes that his team can end the season with a winning record. "It's something we love to do is come come out here to work on all aspects of the game of baseball," said Lotito. "The harder you work the better play you on the field."

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

At left, Ryan Lotito Sr., 38, of Spring Hill pitches to his son Ryan Lotito Jr., 15, to work on his swing at the Anderson Snow Sports Complex in Spring Hill on Thursday. Lotito, a coach with the Pasco Jackals baseball team under the American Baseball Commission — a wood bat league that competes with other teams along the Gulf Coast — says he hopes to end the season with a winning record. "It's something we love to do is come out here to work on all aspects of the game of baseball," Lotito said. "The harder you work, the better you play on the field."

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