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Photos from the 2012 Christmas Day Classic

On Christmas Morning 2012 the Buckos set out to play an epic Tapey Beercone game in Central Park. It was the most public Tapey Beercone game that had been played up to that point, and the results were spectacular.

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Photos from the Oregon Coast 2011

During a multi-state road trip in 2011, the opening game of season 2 was held at Humbug Mountain State Park on the Oregon Coast. The field for the game, Hydrocline Beach, was the first beach field, and the players, of which their were only three, had to create a new way to play which became 3 player Tapey Beercone of which there have been many more games played since.

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Photos from Panorama Promontory Park – February 2014

In February of 2014, seven players, including two rookies, “The Professor” and “The Rainbow Warrior”, played an exciting game of Tapey Beercone at Panorama Promontory Park. The game was close throughout, and ended with an exciting perfect last inning to close out the game. The game was game 1 of what would later be deemed the Great Basin Series.

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Photos from the Alaskan Series

The Alaskan Series – Tapey Beercone’s first big adventure. 3 epics games played over three days taking play all the way North to the Arctic Circle!

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Photos from the Original Ranch Series

The Original Series. Where the sport was born out of drunken inspiration. Very little documentation remains from that exciting series of games that got us all hooked on playing baseball with beer cans and an axe handle in the frigid cold, but what does can be seen here.

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