Tonight was the 18TH night of the 2009 Valley Baseball League schedule and it was the FIRST night that the defending Champion Luray Wranglers were able to play a game at Bulldog Field. The combination of bad weather and even worse timing of the storms had forced Bill Turner to push back five separate home games and one of the five was pushed back twice.
Try, Try again and it finally paid off for the Wranglers as they welcomed the Rockbridge Rapids to Page County for the very first time. Don’t fell to bad for the road Warriors though as the team captured 6 of 9 while playing on the road. Any team playing baseball at any level would take a winning percentage of .667% on the road.
The Generals were off tonight so it made the 1.5 mile drive to the ball park possible and I was able to grap more than a few Around The Valley pictures of the fans and the game…
While the homestead back up in Luray got hammered with another storm, the Fish remained water proof. We are moments away from 1ST pitch for tonight’s game vs. Rockbridge.