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Field closure notifications are not recommendations they are requirements. It is our goal to get the fields open and available for play everyday. The safety of your participants and the potential damage to the fields are our top priority. We try to evaluate fields individually due to drainage issues or absorption capabilities. That is why some fields may be cleared for play while others are not. We also evaluate both the infields and outfields. In some instances we can open an infield for practice while the outfield remains closed. Each season the City of Roseville parks accommodates approximately 5,000 youth sport participants on over 50 fields. We respect and appreciate the relationship we have with the youth leagues, as well as, the service the leagues provides to the children and parents of our community. When individual leagues disregard the City's requirements it impedes our ability to provide safe, quality fields to your participants. It undermines their relationship with other leagues, and also jeopardizes the leagues future use of facilities. Field closure notifications are updated by 3 pm weekdays and 8 am on weekends. We try to allow as much time possible during the day for the fields to recover before making a decision. It is leagues responsibility to check the field conditions and then inform their players, parents, and coaches of any field closures. We appreciate the support of those leagues who truly work in partnership with the City in delivering this message.
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Bombers Slam their way to the Championship
The Mighty Bomber`s season came to a close Saturday, as they faced off against the streaking Giants. The G-men came into the game riding a three game win streak, and looking to upset the number one seed; Yankees, for the AAA Chamionship. The Bombers came out ready to play and never relented. They mashed out 12 hits, two of them grandslam homeruns. Jake (The Snake) Peralta hit a mammoth grandslam in the first inning to kick the door open and Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado hit a colossal, walk off grandslam in the final frame, to slam the door shut in dramatic fashion. Other Yanks banging out hits in the championship game were: Terrence (T-Bone) Berg 1-1; Ramon (Mad Dog) Esparza III 1-1; Parker (The Real Deal) True1-1; Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado 3-3, HR; Kyle (The Great Santini) Santin 2-2; Jake ( The Snake) Peralta 1-1, HR, Zach (Scooter) Berry 1-1; Jackson (Ajax) Shedd 1-2; Ryan (Pocket Rhino) Sancedo 2-2 and Spencer (The Road Runner) Floyd 1-1. Kyle (The Great Santini) Santin and The Big Cat: Andrei Buado, continued to show why they are a couple of the best pitchers in the game, allowing only three runs on three hits, and striking out six. The Yankees were also spectacular on defense, Nick (One eyed Willy) Lake`s sliding grab of a line drive stopped any hope of a Giant comeback. Other Yankees supplying solid D were: Terrence (T-Bone) Berg; Parker (The Real True), Hayden ( H) Mitchell, Jackson (Ajax) Shedd, and Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado.
With the 16-3 victory the Boys in Pin Stripes win the AAA Championship!!!
The Yankee Organization would like to throw out a special thanks to its team captains: Parker (The Real Deal) True; Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado and Kyle (The Great Santini) santin, The leadership shown by these three played an important role in the team`s chemistry that led to a successful season and ultimately a team championship.
Game Balls: Jake (The Snake) Peralta; Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado
Defensive Gems: Nick (One Eyed Willy) Lake; Terrence (T-Bone) Berg and Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado
Bombers Advance to Championship Game
Bombers Advance to Championship Game!
Today at Buljan Park, the Mighty Bombers were taking on the Padres in a semifinal match-up to see who would advance to the championship game on Saturday, at Richard`s Field. The game didn`t take long to get the action rolling. In the top of the first inning, the Clergy Boys banged out 6 hits and put up 4 runs, only to see the Yanks battle back in their half of the inning and score 5 runs on 5 hits. With the score tied 5-5 in the forth, the Boys in Pinstripes knew they had to get something going, and going fast, if they were going to move on to the championship game. The Bombers blasted out 6 consectitve hits, and put up another 5 run inning that sealed the deal. Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado led the Yankee hitting assault going 2-2 with a triple and a double. Other Yankees getting in on the 14 hit bombardment were: Terrence (T-Bone) Berg 3-3; Ramon (Mad Dog) Esparza III 1-2; Parker (The Real Deal) True 1-2; Kyle (The Great Santini) Santin 2-2; Jake (The Snake) Peralta 1-1; Hayden (H) Mitchell 2-2,2b; Zach (Scooter) Berry 1-1; and Jackson (Ajax) Shedd 1-2. This game saw all 12 Yankees contribute to the victory as Nick (One Eyed Willy) and Ryan (Pocket Rhino) Sancedo had huge groundouts that knocked in critical Yankee runs. Spencer (The Road Runner) Floyd worked his magic again, drawing 2 walks and scored one of the final 2 runs that put the game in the books. Yankee hurlers` The Great Santini and The Big Cat rebounded after a rough first inning and held the Padres to 2 runs over the next four innings. The Yankee defense also played a pivotal role in the outcome of the game. Fantasic defensive plays were made by Mad dog, Pocket Rhino, Scooter, The Big Cat, and H.
With the 12-6 victory the Mighty Bombers move on to the Championship game.
Player of the game: Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado
Defensive Gem: Hayden (H) Mitchell
Hustle down the line: Hayden (H) Mitchell
Big Cat`s Blast Shakes Grass Valley
The Mighty Bombers hit the road as they traveled to Grass Valley to play their AAA divsion winner: The Muck Dogs. The Yankee Juggernaut was clicking on all cylinders as they rolled to a 26-13 victory. Ramon (Mad Dog) Esparza III, Hayden (H) Mitchell, Jake (The Snake) Peralta and Jackson (Ajax) Shedd pitched a superb a game; striking out twelve and allowing only six hits. The contest featured a towering, colossal homerun from the paws of Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado 3-3 HR, 3b. Other Yankees knocking the ball around the diamond were: Terrence (T-Bone) berg 3-3,3b; Ramon (Mad Dog) Esparza III 3-4,2-2bs; Parker (The Real Deal) True, 2-2; Kyle (The Great Santini) 2-4; Zach (Scooter) Berry 1-3 and Spencer (The Road Runner) Floyd 1-1. The boys in pin stripes also showed a keen eye at the plate as the Muck Dog pitching staff issued 20 walks. Ryan (The Pocket Rhino) Sancedo and Ajax earned 4 apiece. It was a nice victory for the Bombers as the head into the playoffs.
Game Ball: Andrei (The Big Cat) Buado
Defesive Gem: Jackson (Ajax) Shedd
Hustle Down the Line: Spencer (The Road Runner) Floyd