In the first night game ever held at Farming, Richmond scored nine runs in the middle innings to defeat Farming by a score of 11-5.
The Farming Flames will play the first ever home night game on Friday, May 5, starting at 7:30pm.
Due to some cold weather and possibly white stuff, Sunday's ballgame at Roscoe has been posponed.
The Flames officially open up the 2017 SCL season when they travel to Roscoe on April 30th.
Thanks to the good work of Mr. Brad Mergen (and others), the field is already set for the 2nd Annual Farming Baseball invitational Tournament.
Farming's 2017 schedule is now posted.
Farming will host Big Lake in an exhibition game on Friday, June 16, at 7:30pm.
The Farming ballpark has been in existence since 1946.
The 2016 baseball season was a very successful one for our Farming Flames.
Mike Kotten's line single to left scored Max Carlson to highlight a six-run eight as the Flames defeated the Twins 11-1 in Paynesville.
The Martins used a five-run fourth inning to defeat the Flames 8-3 in a seeding game, at Paynesville.
Foley scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth to defeat the Flames 6-4 in the first round of the State Amateur Baseball Tournament.
The Flames kept their season alive with a dramatic 5-3 win over the Atwater Chuckers in the Region 15C tournament.
Elrosa plated a couple of runs late to defeat the Flames 2-1 in Regiona 15C action at Paynesville.
The Flames put 11 hits on the board and left another 11 on base, but lost to the Martins 3-2 on Sunday in an SCL-South seeding game, played at Farming.
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