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The Tour Report

July 31 2012

8:10 PM

Four new Aces, courtesy of PGA TOUR

RENO, Nevada – Padraig Harrington threw out the ceremonial first pitch, while Lee Janzen, Chris DiMarco and Billy Horschel took batting practice prior to Monday’s night Pacific Coast League game between the host Reno Aces and the Sacramento River Cats.

With the PGA TOUR in town for the Reno-Tahoe Open, the Aces – the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks -- brought in Harrington and Janzen, who have combined for five major wins, along with DiMarco, who has multiple appearances for the U.S. on Presidents and Ryder Cup teams, along with one of the TOUR’s rising stars in Horschel.

Check out these photos from Monday ( photos courtesy of the Reno Aces):

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Padraig Harrington threw the first pitch to Aces catcher Konrad Schmidt (right).

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Lee Janzen (left) and Chris DiMarco (middle) tee off at the plate while Billy Horschel (right) shows his glove work.

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Usually their names appear on caddie bibs, but this time, the three PGA TOUR pros sported their own names on the backs of their jerseys.