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It was a bright and sunny afternoon in Springfield, making perfect
weather for the 24th Annual Illinois House vs. Senate
Softball Game at Lincoln Park. Senate President John Cullerton
(D-6th) had the honor of throwing out the first pitch to
start a high-scoring game that the House won 15-8. The House
would take an early 2-0 lead after the first, but a 6 run inning by
the Senate in the 5th would allow the upper-chamber to
take their first lead of the game 8-7. The House would not let this
hold for long though, as they came right back in the 6th
with a few runs of their own and lead the rest of the way.
Representative Ed Sullivan (R-51st) and Senator John
Sullivan (D -47th) were awarded the MVP trophies for
their incredible efforts.
View the full album of photos from the event at the
Chamber's Flickr page.
See more photos from the event here.
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