ENGAGEMENT AT SINCLAIR YARDS, News (Soo Minor Baseball Association)

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Submitted By Adam Carricato on Friday, July 10, 2020
On July 9, 2020, former Soo Minor Baseball and Soo Black Sox player Dominic Buonomo proposed to his girlfriend Brooke Bellerose on the mound of Ram Field.

On the day of their 10th year anniversary together, Dom originally wanted to propose to Brooke at a Toronto Blue Jays game.  Given the circumstances this year, Dom opted for his home tuff instead. After spending many years playing at Sinclair Yards, Dom knows Ram Field very well!

As Brooke and Dom went for their daily walk with their dog at Strathclair Park, that day, Dom insisted they walk over to Sinclair Yards instead.  There, with their families patiently hiding and waiting in the dugouts, Dom got down on one knee at the mound and proposed to Brooke.  


On behalf of Soo Minor Baseball Association and the Soo Black Sox, we offer our sincere congratulations to Dom and Brooke as they prepare for their lives together forever.  Their wedding is being planned for 2022 and who knows, maybe behind home plate where Dom spent countless innings as a catcher for the Midget Black Sox between 2009-2013.

Below are some pictures of the engagement. 





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