All-Kindersley championship rematch in FVBL final series

The Stallions will hope for a different outcome to the series after losing the 2017 final to the Raiders in two straight games

Joel Miller of the Kindersley Raiders looks to score as he rounds first base in Game 3 of the Fertile Valley Baseball League semifinal against the Rosetown Angels on July 26 in Kindersley. An outfielder caught the ball to end the inning and prevent Miller from scoring in the Raiders’ 3-1 victory.

 

Clarion Staff

The Kindersley Raiders and Kindersley Stallions will lock horns in the Fertile Valley Baseball League championship for the second consecutive year.

A trend of competitive baseball has continued in the 2018 FVBL playoffs. All four playoff series so far have taken all three games to decide the winners, and the Raiders and Stallions both won their semifinals last week to move on to the league’s championship series.

The Stallions were first to punch a ticket to the FVBL final dispatching the Oyen Eagles on July 24 by a score of 8-3 in Oyen. Corson Harris started the deciding game on the mound and the southpaw continued to pitch great for the team. Harris also won two games in the quarter-final against the Outlook River Hawks.

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