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Bombers, Roughnecks Come Up All Wet

The Brazos Valley Bombers game against the Wichita Falls Roughnecks at Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark Wednesday night has been cancelled due to rain.

As a result, the Bombers season series with the Roughnecks concludes with Brazos Valley taking three of four games from the Hornsby Division powerhouse. Wichita Falls came to town Tuesday night to begin a two-game series between the TCL’s two first place teams. The Bombers won by a score of 3-2, knocking the Roughnecks from first place while cementing the B’s hold on first in the Speaker Division.

The B’s will take to the road Thursday and Friday for a pair of important divisional games, first against Coppell and then in Colleyville. Following a well-deserved day off on Saturday, the Bombers return home for a pair with Duncanville. Sunday’s 3:05 pm game is another Bomb Squad Kids Club game, with all kids attending the game receiving a gift card for a free ice cream cone at McDonald’s, presented by Mix 104.7. Monday, July 31 is College Night, when anyone who presents a college ID gets a ticket for just one dollar, presented by Candy 95.

Not to be forgotten on the Bombers schedule is Saturday, August 4 – Acie Law Bobblehead Giveaway. The Bombers will be taking on Colleyville in the first game of a weekend series to close out the regular season, but most fans will be interested in what’s being given away at the door. The first 500 fans through the gate will receive a miniature bobblehead likeness of the former Texas A&M All-American basketball player, now a first round draft choice of the Atlanta Hawks. This exciting giveaway has had fans buzzing ever since it was announced. It is the first Brazos Valley merchandise item with Law’s likeness and it is sure to be a hot commodity, so fans are encouraged to get tickets early so they don’t miss out.



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