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The Alpine Cowboys in the Pecos League Playoffs at Kokernot Field, Alpine, Texas
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The Alpine Cowboys baseball team play the Las Cruces Vaqueros for the 2012 Pecos League Championship at Kokernot Field in Alpine, Texas.

Kokernot Field was built in 1947 by Big Bend rancher Herbert Lee Kokernot, Jr., owner of the Kokernot "06" Ranch. Alpine, Texas (pop. 5,905, alt. 4,475 ft.) is located in Far West Texas about 70 miles north of Big Bend National Park and 120 miles from the Mexican border crossing at Boquillas. Alpine is the home of Sul Ross State University.

Copyright: Tim wilde
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Uploaded: 18/09/2012
Updated: 24/09/2012
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Tags: baseball; people; outdoors; sunset; stadium; playoff; mountains; west texas; big bend
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