“We don’t normally talk about wins and losses here… We’re excited to also celebrate baseball as well.

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The champions opened the 2018 baseball season by the bay with banners, diamond rings and celebrations after the Blue Wahoos won the 2017 Southern League title. Eric J. Wallace Opening day game between the Chattanooga Lookouts and the Pensacola Blue Wahoos in Pensacola on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

(Photo: Gregg Pachkowski, Gregg Pachkowski/gregg@pnj.com)Buy Photo Opening Day at Blue Wahoos Stadium came with a few more rings and trophies than at any point in the team’s six previous seasons. A banner was raised and diamond-studded rings found homes as Pensacola’s first Southern League title was cemented in front of a maximum-capacity crowd on Wednesday night.

  For a brief moment, the Blue Wahoos’ on-field accomplishments overshadowed the one-of-a-kind minor league baseball experience that’s been built on Pensacola Bay. “We don’t normally talk about wins and losses here,” Blue Wahoos team president Jonathan Griffith said. Read more from pnj.com…

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