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Junction City Serves Liberal a Run Rule
06/10/2009

Bob Cerv and Bob Carlile Address the Crowd before the BJ game on Bob Cerv Day in Liberal.

Bob Cerv night brought a night of nostalgia to Liberal. The man who coached the Liberal BJ's to a record of 364-100 while coaching off and on between 1970 and 1982 returned to a BJ game last night for the first time since he was the team's manager in 1982. Cerv watched some of the game in the dugout with two of his former players Mike Hargrove and Galen McSpadden. Cerv briefly spoke to the crowd before the game. The game couldn't even dampen the spirit of evening. Junction City (6-2) pounded Liberal 15-5 in a seven inning run rule. The loss snaps Liberal's (3-3) three game winning streak. The Generals scored in all but one inning and led 9-2 after four innings. The Bee Jays return to league play tonight at Dodge City at 7:00 PM. The game will air on Talkradio 1270 and kscb.net.

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