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Fan Appreciation Night This Friday

--by Brett Kruschke & Mike Schultz

Before taking a respite during our beloved Bar-B-Q Days celebration, the Town Tigers were walloped at Young America last Thursday. The loss dropped the Chatfielders to 10-11, with a 4-5 record in River Valley League play.

The Tigers will finish the regular season with five straight league games, starting last night (Tuesday, July 18) at Gaylord. Check twitter.com/bptigertown for the result and details. The Region 6C playoffs are set to begin on Friday, August 4.

This Friday, Team Tigertown will host the Henderson Tigers at 7:30 pm. It will be Fan Appreciation Night, with free prizes given away every inning – including a team-signed bat and balls, baseball caps, BPHS Baseball apparel, 2018 season tickets, food and drink items, and more!

The Tigers will close the weekend Sunday night at Jordan against the first-place (9-1 RVL) Brewers. The game’s first pitch is slated for 6 pm.

The days of summer are quickly dwindling. Get on out to the ballpark and support the boys!

Young America 12, BP 3 (Thursday, July 13) - BOX SCORE
The Tiger Train chugged to Young America, looking to regain some momentum after beating themselves in their previous game against St. Peter. Your hometown nine was even able to muster a pretty good number of players for this non-league contest, which I’m sure had nothing to do with the short fences at Young America and the paltry home run totals for most Tigers this season.

Los Tigros went pitcher-by-committee with Mitchel Stier, Chase Emmers, Carsen Ladd, Jonny Vinkemeier and Jonathan Schmidt all seeing mound action. The poor play exhibited against St. Peter – a 13-9 loss on July 9 – continued with a pair of errors and 16 hits yielded. A scoreless game into the home half of the third was a 9-2 Cardinal advantage after four, essentially settling the matter.  

Aiden Ladd continued his hot hitting, going 2-for-4 with a double and a home run while posting the Tigers’ only multi-hit effort. Tyler O'Brien, Matt Schultz and Ryan Bremseth-Vining collected the other hits – all singles. And that’s all I have to say about that.

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