In the Jays second game of Section 3B Playoff action, they hit rock bottom mustering one hit on a 5-0 loss to Shakopee. Casey Brinkman had the lone hit for the Jays. The Jays and Shakopee are both 1-1 in Section 3B Playoff Standings. In other playoff action, the Victoria
The Mudcats (# 3 Seed) traveled to Elko on 7/29 to face the St Benedict Saints (#2 Seed) to open the 2004 playoffs in the double elimination bracket. The Mudcats squared against the St Benedict Saints last night 7/29 and got clipped 8-6 after battling back and forth most of
The #3 seeded Mudcats will open their 2004 Playoff run Thursday when they travel to Elko to take on the #2 seeded St. Benedict Saints in a 7:30 PM matchup. The winner of that game will play again Friday night. Download your 2004 DRS Playoff Bracket.
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The Prior Lake Jays start the 2004 Section 3B Playoffs today by facing the Victoria Vics at Veteran's Field in Prior Lake. Gametime is slated for 7 PM. Here is a complete listing of the Section 3B Playoff Schedule: Seedings:#1 Chaska#2 Jordan#3 Prior Lake#4 Victoria#5 Shakopee Sunday, July 25thJordan 15,
The Prior Lake Jays & Prior Lake Mudcats will be saluting fans & sponsors for their support during the 2004 Season with “2004 PLABA Fan & Sponsor Weekend” at Veterans Field. The Jays will be in non league action on Friday 7/23 against St Cloud Ultimate Sports at 7:30PM and
The Indians flew out of the gates scoring six runs in the first two innings of play. Although the Jays were scoreless in their first three innings of play, a fruitful fourth inning brought three runs cutting the Indians lead in half. Basehits by Bill Gabler and Tony Doherty, as
DRS Blue Division Playoffs Wed 7/28 1 vs 4 (Top seed selects home team, may defer) Game 1 2 vs 3 (Top seed selects home team, may defer) Game 2 Fri 7/30 Game 3 Winners Game 1 vs Game 2 @ high seed or least home games
The Jays were in Dundas for non-league action on Wednesday Night. The Jays lost 7-4.
The Mudcats dropped to Glencoe in a 5-4 battle that went 12 innings. This was non-league action for the Mudcats.