Yet Again

Yes, the Lakeland Flying Tigers game at Daytona was rained out: “Due to the heavy rains and unplayable conditions the Daytona Cubs and Lakeland Flying Tigers scheduled game for Saturday, May 23 has been postponed. The game will be made up at a later date.” Tomorrow’s double-header in Daytona is scheduled to start at 5:05. Wish them luck.

4 thoughts on “Yet Again

  1. The double header in Daytona Sunday, was called off for unplayable field conditions. This time the team actually made the trip, so the decision must have been from the managers. I watched them reboarding the bus and leaving. No rain in Daytona today and sun most of the day. Not enough to dry out a week of rain.

  2. The double header in Daytona Sunday, was called off for unplayable field conditions. This time the team actually made the trip, so the decision must have been from the managers. I watched them reboarding the bus and leaving. No rain in Daytona today and sun most of the day. Not enough to dry out a week of rain.

  3. Here were my comments to the loyal fans who follow our Lakeland Flying Tigers Saturday fromm Daytona. Our online community is lovingly called the “Morons”

    “Oh Father; I see a gleaming light. Oh, say what might it be” begins “The Wreck of the Hesperus”. Here in Daytona, it was a rare ray of sunlight glinting off the storm tossed surf. A few brave souls are on the beach, but you don’t see the wide white sands of the postcards today. With the shoreline swollen with an Easterly gale the tides are piled onto the beaches and the sand is a dirty khaki.

    We have rain offshore and storms building to our South blowing our way. I doubt the team will even leave their hanger today. Tomorrow the system should ease a little, but we will still have rain.

  4. Here were my comments to the loyal fans who follow our Lakeland Flying Tigers Saturday fromm Daytona. Our online community is lovingly called the “Morons”

    “Oh Father; I see a gleaming light. Oh, say what might it be” begins “The Wreck of the Hesperus”. Here in Daytona, it was a rare ray of sunlight glinting off the storm tossed surf. A few brave souls are on the beach, but you don’t see the wide white sands of the postcards today. With the shoreline swollen with an Easterly gale the tides are piled onto the beaches and the sand is a dirty khaki.

    We have rain offshore and storms building to our South blowing our way. I doubt the team will even leave their hanger today. Tomorrow the system should ease a little, but we will still have rain.

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