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.


  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.

  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.

  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.