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Little League players take to the field Saturday at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier with a ceremony before the start of the games. Collier was allegedly killed by one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects a few days after the blasts. (July 27, 2013)

Farmingdale baseball 9/11 memorial tournament

The Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament, which included players from Little League teams and Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus officers, was held July 27, 2013, to honor fallen officer Sean Collier. He was allegedly killed by one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects a few days after the blasts.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor,
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor, center, with members of the 9/11 Tournament Committee, attended the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament on Saturday to honor fallen Officer Sean Collier. O'Connor was given a donation from the Nassau PBA to benefit a charity in Collier's honor. (July 27, 2013)

The Seaford Vikings Little League Baseball team waits
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The Seaford Vikings Little League Baseball team waits for its game to start at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament. This year's tournament honored fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, who was allegedly killed by one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing. (July 27, 2013)

MIT Police officers attend the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11
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MIT Police officers attend the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament to honor their fallen comrade, Officer Sean Collier. (July 27, 2013)

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The Seaford Vikings Little League Baseball team takes
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The Seaford Vikings Little League Baseball team takes to the field at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament Saturday to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, with a ceremony before the start of the games. (July 27, 2013)

The Long Island Black Diamonds take to the
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The Long Island Black Diamonds take to the field at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier. (July 27, 2013)

Nassau PBA president Jim Carver, second from right,
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Nassau PBA president Jim Carver, second from right, speaks with MIT Police officers at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament, where their fallen comrade, MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, was honored. (July 27, 2013)

MIT Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor, center, with members
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MIT Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor, center, with members of the 9/11 Tournament Committee, attends the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament on Saturday to honor Officer Sean Collier, who was allegedly killed by one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects a few days after the blasts. (July 27, 2013)

Little League players take to the field Saturday
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Little League players take to the field Saturday at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier with a ceremony before the start of the games. Collier was allegedly killed by one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects a few days after the blasts. (July 27, 2013)

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MIT Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor, right, and several
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MIT Police Sgt. D.J. O'Connor, right, and several other MIT Police officers attend the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament to honor their fallen comrade, Officer Sean Collier. (July 27, 2013)

Little League players take to the field at
(Credit: Danielle Finkelstein)

Little League players take to the field at the Farmingdale Baseball 9/11 Memorial Tournament Saturday to honor fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, with a ceremony before the start of the games. (July 27, 2013)

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