The Wenatchee AppleSox are home for six-straight games against the WCL North's first-half champion Kelowna Falcons. Wenatchee starts with a fresh 0-0 second-half record, Friday night, and will try to lock up the second playoff spot in the North over the next 27 league games.
The three-game series Friday-Sunday will feature 7:05 p.m. first pitches Friday and Saturday, and a 6:05 p.m. first pitch on Spaghetti Sunday.
Friday night is Moses Lake Night, sponsored by KBSN-AM and KDRM-FM Radio.
Members of the Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce will receive vouchers good for FREE admission to the game Friday night. Several Moses Lake organizations will be there soliciting donations and merchandise for sale, including Moses Lake High School Cross Country Booster Club, The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Columbia promoting their Family Fest and Duck Derby happening the next day, on Saturday, July 8th. Also, New Hope for the Man Up Crusade of Moses Lake will be at the game.
Saturday is sponsored by the Wenatchee Valley Mall. Find out more about the Wenatchee Valley Mall’s Kid’s Club, and take home some very cool prizes for the youngsters!
Sunday is an Alley Café Spaghetti Sunday! Get a plate of Alley Café spaghetti and garlic bread for just $7.50 when the gates open early at 5 p.m., for the 6:05 p.m. first pitch.
COYOTE TO PARTICIPATE IN WATERVILLE DAYS
Coyote will be visiting Waterville to ride in the Waterville Days Parade at 10 a.m., Saturday! After the parade, you can visit Coyote at the park. Don’t miss this fun event in Waterville, including a terrific car show featuring over 40 Porsches, from around the Northwest!
APPLESOX YOUTH CAMPS COMING UP JULY 11-13
Wenatchee AppleSox instructional clinics are for kids who want to enhance their baseball skills. Participants will learn techniques to improve hitting, fielding, pitching and catching from AppleSox players and coaches. The AppleSox camps are led by our head coach Kyle Krustangel and assisted by his coaching staff and players.
The July 11-13 camp is focused on hitting instruction. The camp costs $89 and runs from 9 a.m. to noon all three days. Registration is at www.applesoxcamps.com - Late Registration will take place at 8:30am at the field, on the first day of the clinic. Add $10 for late registration at the field, on the first day of clinic.
AppleSox players come from a wide range of nationally renowned college baseball programs and are among the best players in their class. They are still developing their skills and techniques, which creates a tremendous learning atmosphere.
We are proud of the quality instruction in all the fundamentals of the game that the AppleSox clinics provide. We look for self-improvement with each player. The coaches will be dedicated to helping young players come closer to reaching their baseball dreams. Our goal is for each player to walk away with a positive experience, better baseball fundamentals, and a smile on their face.