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Midland Wins Connie Mack World Series
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Friday, August 20, 2004

Maybin named MVP


The Midland Redskins defeated Arizona Subia twice to win the 2004 Connie Mack World Series in Farmington, NM. Center fielder Cameron Maybin (Arden, NC) was named the Most Valuable Player. Maybin previously this season won the Home Run Award at the PG National at Tropicana Field, he was named to the PG / WWBA All Tournament team in Marietta, GA, and he finished second to Jordan Danks (TX) in the Home Run Derby at the AFLAC Classic in Baltimore, MD.

Midland became the 3rd PG/WWBA team in the past four years to take home the prestigious Connie Mack World Series title. East Cobb won the title in 2003, 2001, and 1999.

For more information, box scores, stories, etc. Go to the Connie Mack Site
http://www.fmtn.org/depts/parks/cmack/cm2004/2004schedule.html
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