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Photo: Bikers and baseball: Ride on!

Ready for their close-up: Eric Bordeaux and his son Ethan, 3, pose for pictures with their motorcycle on the field Sunday at Avista Stadium while waiting for the national anthem. Sunday was Ride the Bases day at the Spokane Indians game and dozens of motorcyclists went on a charity ride earlier in the day and then rode onto the field before the game. Money raised went to the Rypien Foundation, which helps families of children battling cancer. Mark Rypien, behind, was on hand to welcome the riders. (Jesse Tinsley)
Ready for their close-up: Eric Bordeaux and his son Ethan, 3, pose for pictures with their motorcycle on the field Sunday at Avista Stadium while waiting for the national anthem. Sunday was Ride the Bases day at the Spokane Indians game and dozens of motorcyclists went on a charity ride earlier in the day and then rode onto the field before the game. Money raised went to the Rypien Foundation, which helps families of children battling cancer. Mark Rypien, behind, was on hand to welcome the riders. (Jesse Tinsley)
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