Waynesboro in Pictures

Happy to share some photos of the friends we made last night in Waynesboro! Photos taken, despite several technical difficulties, by Sabrena Carter.

















An intense game of pickle


Some faithful Harrisonburg Turk fans




Mike the sign guy celebrates a home run


Our beautiful sign at dusk



Chip and Sean broadcasting live


Rebecca and Sabrena enjoy representing the Waynesboro Generals courtesy of Mr. Critzer



Mike has been a fan of the Generals since he was 12!

A beautiful sunset

Chris interviewing Teresa

Snacking on Nat's concessions!






She sang "Take me out to the ball game"


It got chilly toward the end but Diamond stayed cozy.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Gotta say all great pictures there, I didn't even know that you was taking a picture when Evan Webb hit that HR but I did have that sign up, so great job. I also love that picture of the dog Diamond very cute there. I know each and everyone of you enjoyed the game although it was over in the 1st inning literally.

GeneralSignGuyMike
Anonymous said…
Notes from tonight's ballgame which I heard on the radio was Waynesboro 3 Woodstock 1, the Generals had 5 hits and Woodstock had 3 hits. Adam Liberatore pitched 8 1/3 inn.,1R (in the 9th) 3H,8K,3BB, the RiverBandits pitcher sorry I forgot the name pitched great too only giving up 3runs,5H,7K,2BB. Jacke Healey had a RBI triple and Rhett Stafford an RBI Single all in the 4 inn. Generals are now 2-0 and RiverBandits are 0-3.

Other scores was Luray 10-6 over Fauquier, Harrisonburg 6-4 over New Market, Winchester 6-4 over Haymarket and Front Royal 8-4 over Staunton.

Will do my best if not busy at work to get more Generals highlights the next 3 days. I will have an update for sure come Friday when Waynesboro faces Covington.

GeneralSignGuyMike
Thanks Mike! I just walked back in from Warrenton. Those type of updates are great! I have to go to work for a few hours and then I will get back to post from the trip!

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