COURTESY SCOTT BARNESHarvey Adams, Babe Ruth Southern District of Mississippi vice president, Pete McGoey, Mississippi District 6 commissioner, and Scott Barnes, past president of Gulfport Youth Sports, induct Carolyn Owen into the Babe Ruth Baseball Hall of Fame.
COURTESY SCOTT BARNESHarvey Adams, Babe Ruth Southern District of Mississippi vice president, Pete McGoey, Mississippi District 6 commissioner, and Scott Barnes, past president of Gulfport Youth Sports, induct Carolyn Owen into the Babe Ruth Baseball Hall of Fame.
COURTESY SCOTT BARNESHarvey Adams, Babe Ruth Southern District of Mississippi vice president, Pete McGoey, Mississippi District 6 commissioner, and Scott Barnes, past president of Gulfport Youth Sports, induct Carolyn Owen into the Babe Ruth Baseball Hall of Fame.

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