Tony Snertro takes a swing during a softball game with the Young Viejos — a slow-pitch softball team with an average age of 78 years old — in Coral Gables on Dec. 18, his 97th birthday. Every Tuesday and Thursday, Snetro takes the field with 39 of his best friends at the Coral Gables Youth Center. Story, Page 18.
Tony Snertro takes a swing during a softball game with the Young Viejos — a slow-pitch softball team with an average age of 78 years old — in Coral Gables on Dec. 18, his 97th birthday. Every Tuesday and Thursday, Snetro takes the field with 39 of his best friends at the Coral Gables Youth Center. Story, Page 18. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Tony Snertro takes a swing during a softball game with the Young Viejos — a slow-pitch softball team with an average age of 78 years old — in Coral Gables on Dec. 18, his 97th birthday. Every Tuesday and Thursday, Snetro takes the field with 39 of his best friends at the Coral Gables Youth Center. Story, Page 18. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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