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At cops and kids softball game, tension subsides

At cops and kids softball game, tension subsides

In what was perhaps a first for either party, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby pinch hit Saturday for Police Commissioner Kevin Davis when she threw out the first pitch during a softball game between cops and kids.

Previously, it had been announced in a news release issued by the Northwood Baseball League that Davis was scheduled to throw out the opening softball at a game between the young players and officers assigned to the nearby Northeastern Police District.

That, however, was news to Davis; police spokesman T.J. Smith said there was a misunderstanding and that the commissioner’s office never received an invitation to the event.

So Mosby did...