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The San Rafael Pacifics, a member of the Pacific Association of Baseball Clubs, an independent level team play at Albert Park that was built in 1950 and seats 1,000. The stadium structure is made of steel. The Pacifics were playing the traveling team Salina Stockade and lost 14 to 6. The box score was Stockade R-14, H-11, E-2 and Pacifics R-6, H-7, E-0. The field lines are RF-320', CF-370', LF-325'. Attendance was 849. Another field is located in CF playing the opposite direction. Salina had grand slams in the 6th and 8th innings. The Pacifics scored one run in the bottom of the 9th inning on a passed ball, stolen base and throwing error by the Stockade catcher. The Pacifics catcher hit the pitcher in the back on an attempted throw to 2nd base in the first inning. The covered stadium has bleachers with backs in area behind the main aisle. In front of the aisle is box seating with two rows of high back chairs. The dugouts are at field level inside of a semi-circular 6-foot high fence. The area around home plate gets some rather deep holes kicked in the dirt as the game goes along. Google Tony Salin. The mascot race was with John the Running Toilet who was sponsored by Marin Municipal Water District. Each Pacifics player is sponsored by a local business who receives recognition each time the player is announced to bat. Jim would like to thank Connor Wackerman, Assistant General Manager, for the offer to throw out a first pitch. But after Jim's experience at the Sonoma Stompers he deferred to a boy who was celebrating his birthday. We would like to thank the Pacifics for on field and radio recognition. We were asked lots of questions by the local fans.
Attractions
Guide Dogs for the Blind Visitors see Labrador, Golden Retriever and Golden Retriever/Labrador-cross pups and learn about the guide dog training process. The tour also may include visits to the veterinary clinic, puppy sociali-zation area and the state-of-the-art student residence. Free.