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Father's Day at the old ballyard

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Klamath Falls 6, Wenatchee 3 last night

Klamath Falls at Wenatchee at 6:05 tonight.

Father’s’ Day
On this special day when many treat dad to a day at the old ballyard, Wenatchee is 9-5 overall, 8-5 in league games, 5-4 at home and has a 1-game losing streak. The AppleSox have played every Father’s Day except 2005, and twice (‘01 and ‘03) they had doubleheaders.

Ouch
The AppleSox are 2-5 in league play. The last time they were 2-5 in league play was 2007.
They are 3-6 for the season, the worst 9-game start in 14 years. Old record 4-5 in 2000 and 2003.
They have lost four league games in a row. The last time that happened was early July 2010.
They have lost five overall games in a row. The last time that happened was July 2008 when they lost eight straight (team record).

Run Challenged
It’s only seven games into a 54-game league season, and things can change...hopefully, but the local nine is having trouble getting players across home plate. They are averaging 3.57 runs per game, the fewest in team history. The lowest season was their first at 3.67, and they’ve never been below 4.29 since.

June 16 games
The sixteenth day of June has been one of the Sox best. They are 7-1 overall, 4-1 in league, 6-1 at home and have a 3-game win streak.

New Arbiters
None of the three umpires for this 3-game set, Gary Krumm, Dennis Duke and Craig Mills, have never been see at a WCL game at Paul Thomas before.

Standings
North: Victoria 6-1, Bellingham 6-3, Walla Walla 3-4, Wenatchee 2-5, Kelowna 0-7
South: Klamath Falls 6-1, Bend 7-3, Cowlitz 5-5, Corvallis 5-5, Medford 4-6, Kitsap 3-7