The first night we planned to go to the game it was rained out. Luckily we had a scheduled day off and were able to return the second night. Even then there was a 35 minute rain delay before the game started. The Harrisburg Senators, the Double A affiliate with Montreal, play in River Side Stadium on City Island in the middle of the Susquehanna River. This stadium was built in 1987 seating 6,300. It has a covered section over the three sections behind home plate with mainly bleacher backed seating. There are 5 rows of seats behind home plate, 3 rows of seats on the 3rd baseline and 4 rows of seats on the 1st base line. The Senators were playing Altoona Curve and won 3-2. The box score was Curve R-2, H-8, E-0 and Senators R-3, H-9, E-1. The field lines are RF & LF-335' and CF-400'. Rascal is the mascot. Jeff Bailey, from Kelso WA, had a lead off single in the top of the 2nd, which was the first hit for the Senators. He then scored the first run on a triple by Albenis Machado. Jeff was the catcher for the game. He is checking his swing in the picture below. There is a give-away for every game, whoopee cushions for the rain out and playground balls for the game we saw. We would like to thank Mark Clarke for the complimentary tickets. 2006 affliated with Washington Nationals and new logo. New Logo 2012. New logo in 2013. 2014 ballpark name Metro Bank Park.
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