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On November 16th, 2013, the Yawkey League celebrated its annual Hall of Fame Awards Banquet at the IBEW Hall in Dorchester, MA. Former Al Thomas pitcher/firstbasemen Aidan Powers was inducted into the YBL Hall of Fame for his outstanding career as a pitcher and firstbaseman, and for his leadership qualities on and off the field. Powers was named to 7 all star teams in his 11-year career, and was the league's Cy Young Award winner in 2002. Additional highlights of his career included starting two All Star games on the mound at Fenway Park, one with his Hall of Fame brother Brian playing third base next to him.

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