East Bay Lumberjacks Renamed

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It appears that the new entry into the Pacific Association – East Bay Lumberjacks  -have been renamed the Bay Cal Lumberjacks.  The team was the recent addition when the Vallejo Admirals went dark for a few days during the regular season.


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  1. Boy, there’s something to write about. Talk about a slow news day.

    How about dissing the Pecos attendance rankings…presented without any numbers to compare? Too embarrassed to post them I suppose.

    And there are obvious reasons for the rankings. Sante Fe and Roswell were given more home games then everyone else. Taos only had 15 home dates, although they were granted last bats at several other games during the season “to balance things out.” They were actually quite competitive on the field compared to Raton who didn’t do so well in the picking players department. Still their close showing to Trinidad showed that fans wanted baseball in their community, and the Pecos would be extremely foolish not to return.

    Taos simply needs to add good lights, sell beer, and they’re in it!! Do NOT understand why Las Vegas is so low in the rankings. However, more games with natural rivals Sante Fe SHOULD have been on the schedule. Kudos to Casey Dill for leading them to the playoffs! White Sands is also a puzzle, being one of Dunn’s pet places to play.

    Now if he would just learn to be nice to some city councils, he might be able to add a few more teams to the league, in spite of himself!

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