Thursday, July 29, 2010

The Season Ends Quietly

Well it's not what we'd hoped for, but still a great summer of baseball at the Yard. Including our one Playoff game at home, the Railroaders were 21-6 at Home, so the fans got to be a part of some great victories in 2010. We took it down to wire in the Regular Season, forcing a tie breaking game with Pirates. There were, more than I can recall, many "come from behind" wins in the last inning of games. Great base running and lots of stolen bases. Even a few "blow outs" in our favor.


I for one enjoyed the season and want to thank all the Players, Coaches, Owners and Fans for helping make this another winning season for Fulton. I wish all the players the best of luck in their careers goals, and hope to see a few back next year!

If you'd like to post your thoughts, use the comments below.

3 comments:

  1. Great season guys! who were we saving in the pitching staff last night?,Donze had to have 140 plus throws in 10 innings,wow, He did a awsome job,but had to be spent.

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  2. Thanks Railroaders for an enjoyable season. This was baseball the way it should be played, in a small town setting with wood bats, great hustle and effort and teamwork. Good luck in the future.

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  3. John & Linda JacksonAugust 1, 2010 at 1:06 PM

    Wonderful season. The coaches and team played their hearts out for us. I can't wait for next year and would like to see some of them on our team next year. I wish them all the best of luck wherever their paths may lead. Don't forget us. We won't forget you.

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