Tarabochia’s Walkoff Gives Bozeman Bucks – B Victory Over Helena Independents

Bozeman Bucks – B defeated Helena Independents 4-3 on Monday thanks to a walk-off single. The game was tied at three with Bozeman Bucks – B batting in the bottom of the seventh when Branden Tarabochia singled off of Cy Miller, driving in one run.

Bozeman Bucks – B took an early lead in the first inning. Liam Bailey singled on a 0-1 count in the first inning, scoring one run.

Fischer Harris earned the win for Bozeman Bucks – B. He tossed seven innings, surrendering three runs, five hits, striking out one, and walking zero. Cy Miller took the loss for Helena Independents. He went one and one-third innings, surrendering two runs, three hits, striking out three, and walking one.

Rudy Barkley started the game for Helena Independents. He threw five innings, giving up two runs, and eight hits.

Bozeman Bucks – B had 11 hits in the game. Bailey and Ethan Faure each collected multiple hits for Bozeman Bucks – B. Bailey led Bozeman Bucks – B with three hits in four at bats.

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Many Hands Make Light Work for Saturday Spring Cleaning

That was the case this Saturday as players, parents and volunteers took to the field to get ready for the coming season. Some of the work included:

  • New flag poles installation for armed service flags
  • New decking on patio area
  • New decking and seating on the north and south bleachers
  • Sod cutting all the base paths
  • Homebase “halo” removal and installation
  • Cleaning up and out all the buildings
  • Sweeping all the areas

We want to give a special thanks to the following organizations:

Season Welcome and Sponsorship

American Legion Baseball is the only organization in Bozeman that sponsors highly competitive and organized baseball for high-school aged boys. The program gives back to the community by bringing teams and their families and fans from across the state and region to Bozeman. Our ballpark hosts over 40 regular season games, as well as in-season and post-season tournaments. In July, we are hosting the AA State Tournament at our own Legion Field at Heroes Park.

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The Bozeman American Legion Baseball program is a parent-run organization with no paid employees other than essential coaching staff. While parents pay considerable fees for their sons to participate, the cost of running the program exceeds the amount generated through players fees, ticket sales and concessions.

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