posted on September 03, 2010 07:19
The commissioner of New York Penn League baseball has all but written Batavia out of league that it was a founding member of.
Commissioner Ben Hayes attended last night’s Muckdog’s game at Dwyer Stadium.
In an interview with WBTA News Partner The Batavian, Hayes said there were two conditions that could cause the city to loose its franchise.
Hayes again blamed the community for it’s lack of attendance and sponsorship support and now he says the infield is in such bad shape that too could be cause for pulling the franchise.
Hayes said the infield at Dwyer Stadium should be, “bulldozed.”
A Buffalo man is facing a sex abuse charge in Genesee County.
20-year-old Phillip Sanders of Marine Drive in Buffalo has been arrested following an investigation at Darien Lake Theme Park.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say Sanders touched two girls under the age of 14 at the water park. He was issued an appearance ticket.
Former Congressman Rick Lazio has a 12-point lead over businessman Carl Paladino in the Republican race for Governor. According to a new Quinnipiac University poll Lazio leads 47-35 percent. The primary will be held September 14th.
A whopping 49-percent of voters still say they may change their minds before the primary and that the race is still up for grabs.
The Labor Day Holiday weekend is just about upon us.
It is the unofficial end of the summer.
High School Football begins tonight.
Another sign that summer is setting: Batavia’s Spray Park is closing. The last day for the spray in Austin Park is this Monday.