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07/26/2011

Bee Jays beat the Colorado Collegiate league all stars 15-3.  The The Liberal Bee Jays broke out of a hitting slump to take advantage of 15 hits and 8 walks by the All Star's pitchers to score 10 runs.   They scored 2 in the 2nd and 3rd innings.  They scored 5 runs in the 4th, 1 in th 6th and another breakout 5 run 8th inning. John Beck, who just joined the Bee Jays was the winning pitcher.   The Bee Jays will be home again tonight against the All Stars for their final home game of season.  Host families, board member of the year, and player of the year will be recognized before the game. Buyout Sponsor is Cowboys Custom Cabinets.  The Bee Jays will be in Dodge City Thursday to wrap up league play before heading Wichita for an opening night game Saturday at the NBC world Series. 

Bee Jays also pick up a couple of players from El Dorado, short stop Miles Silverstein and 3B Robbie Rea.

 

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