Bombers Lose Game To Rain Again

By: Brazos Valley Bombers
By: Brazos Valley Bombers

The Brazos Valley Bombers game Tuesday night in Duncanville against the Deputies was postponed due to rain in the second inning. The teams had already endured a brief rain delay before the rains came in the middle of the second with the score tied, 0-0.

The Bombers had put two runners on in the top of the first inning but were unable to push either across the plate. John Touchton delivered a scoreless first and was preparing for the bottom of the second inning when the rain returned.

No decision has been made as to when the game will be made up.

The Bombers will return to Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark to celebrate America on Wednesday, July 4, with a special mid-week afternoon game. The first 500 fans will receive mini American flags and Skydive Aggieland will be parachuting into the ballpark with the American flag and the first pitch ball.

The team will go back on the road to finish out the week, followed by a four-day break for the TCL All-Star Game. The team will return home for a blockbuster three-game stretch at home, featuring Thirsty Thursday on July 12, Fireworks Friday on July 13, and Bombers T-shirt Giveaway Night on July 14.

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