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'The Book of Mormon' Goes from Stage to Softball

Tommar The Broadway Show League, known for hosting star players such as Al Pacino, Rosie O’Donnell, and Tim Robbins, has added the latest Broadway phenomenon to its roster.  The cast and crew of Tony award-winning “The Book of Mormon” will batter up on Thursday afternoons in Central Park.

However, according to MetroFocus, the teams softball skills fail to match their stage talent. At the mid-season check-in, the team is scoring average.

Last Thursday, veteran Tony recipients “Jersey Boys” faced off against the new hot ticket in town “The Book of Mormon.”  Although the Mormon team’s slogan “God’s Favorite Team” was tapered across their backs, it didn’t get them the victory.

“Mormon” ensemble actor and left center fielder Tommar Wilson told MetroFocus that his team “had such a good year with our show that everybody loves to have us lose on the field.”

Pictured: Tommar Wilson (Photo: Getty Images)

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