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AppleSox go for win 500

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Baseball Blurbs by Bruce
Wenatchee 6, Walla Walla 3 last night.
Wenatchee (16-15) at Walla Walla (15-16) tonight.
AppleSox record at home 10-10...on the road 10-6.  And four of the home wins were over nonleague opponents by a combined score of 61-11.
The average fan may not realize this, but the next Wenatchee triumph will be the 500th in franchise history.  How ‘bout that!  In 787 games they have a record of 499-288 (63.4%).
- 371 league wins, 24 playoff, 104 nonleague.
- 302 wins at home, 197 on the road.
July 15 Games...Unique Date
A rare date in AppleSox history, in fact the only one of its kind and one that can not be duplicated by any other day.  Counting tonight Wenatchee has played a game on the 15th of July every year for all of their 15 fact two in 2001.  This is the only date where this has happened.  It is also unique of another nonleague games have been played July 15 while no other date has more than five...and the Sox have prevailed in all seven.  The record for 7/15– overall 10-5, league 3-5, nonleague 7-0, home 6-1, away 4-4 and they have a short two-game win streak going.
East: Yakima Valley 21-11, WENATCHEE 16-15, Walla Walla 15-16, Kelowna 8-23
West: Bellingham 24-6, Victoria 13-18, Cowlitz 13-18, Kitsap 12-18
South: Corvallis 21-12, Bend 19-14, Medford 17-15, Klamath Falls 9-22
Who’s Hot:  Bellingham as won 15 of 16.  Yakima Valley has won 7 of 8.  Corvallis has won 5 of 6 and 10 of 12.  Kitsap has won 4 of 5 after losing 13 straight.
Who’s Not:  Kelowna has lost 14 of 16.  Klamath Falls has lost 7 of 8.  Victoria has lost 6 of 7.  Cowlitz has lost 9 of 11.