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  • Bluefield Continues To Dominate Mercer Cup Series

    Bluefield Continues To Dominate Mercer Cup Series

    PRINCETON, W.Va. (WVVA) -- The Bluefield Blue Jays dominated last season's Mercer Cup series, losing only a single game to the Princeton Rays. They've started 2014 strong as well, leading the series three games to none.The Jays defeated the Rays 5-1 Sunday afternoon at Hunnicutt Field. It's the second win in a row for Bluefield.Both teams wrap up their three-game series Monday night.More >>
    PRINCETON, W.Va. (WVVA) -- The Bluefield Blue Jays dominated last season's Mercer Cup series, losing only a single game to the Princeton Rays. They've started 2014 strong as well, leading the series three games to none.The Jays defeated the Rays 5-1 Sunday afternoon at Hunnicutt Field. It's the second win in a row for Bluefield.Both teams wrap up their three-game series Monday night.More >>
  • Jays Need Extra Innings To Beat P-Rays

    Jays Need Extra Innings To Beat P-Rays

    PRINCETON, W.Va. (WVVA) -- It was a special night at Hunnicutt Field, Saturday where the Princeton Rays and Bluefield Blue Jays used their Mercer Cup rivalry to raise money for an outstanding local foundation.It was "Shirt Off Our Backs Night" at the ballpark. The P-Rays wore special light-blue jerseys in honor of the Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation. Those jerseys were auctioned off during the game and given to fans directly at the end. They just had to wait a little longer than usual.The Jay...More >>
    PRINCETON, W.Va. (WVVA) -- It was a special night at Hunnicutt Field, Saturday where the Princeton Rays and Bluefield Blue Jays used their Mercer Cup rivalry to raise money for an outstanding local foundation.It was "Shirt Off Our Backs Night" at the ballpark. The P-Rays wore special light-blue jerseys in honor of the Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation. Those jerseys were auctioned off during the game and given to fans directly at the end. They just had to wait a little longer than usual.The Jay...More >>
  • Hot Start Powers Pirates Over Bluefield

    Hot Start Powers Pirates Over Bluefield

    BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (WVVA) -- The Bluefield Blue Jays were all set to win their sixth-straight game and complete back-to-back sweeps but the Bristol Pirates played spoiler Friday night.The Pirates jumped out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back, defeating the Jays 10-5 at Bowen Field.The Jays hit the road over the weekend but won't go far. They take on the Princeton Rays Saturday, Sunday and Monday.Saturday evening's game is the first Jonathan's Hope "Shirt off our back" night. The Rays will raff...More >>
    BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (WVVA) -- The Bluefield Blue Jays were all set to win their sixth-straight game and complete back-to-back sweeps but the Bristol Pirates played spoiler Friday night.The Pirates jumped out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back, defeating the Jays 10-5 at Bowen Field.The Jays hit the road over the weekend but won't go far. They take on the Princeton Rays Saturday, Sunday and Monday.Saturday evening's game is the first Jonathan's Hope "Shirt off our back" night. The Rays will raff...More >>
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