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Nations: Hafer's impact lasting for Express

It's another season in the books for the area's Valley Baseball League franchises. comments

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Harper named top arm in VBL

Front Royal first-year manager Brad Neffendorf chose left-hander Jake Harper as his starting pitcher for the Cardinals' season opener against Aldie back on May 30 because he felt Harper was the guy who could set the tone for Cardinals in the 2014 Valley Baseball League season. comments

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2014 All-Valley Baseball League Team

2014 Valley League Most Valuable Player: Gunnar McNeill, Staunton 2014 Valley League Pitcher of the Year: Jake Harper, Front Royal... comments

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Long ball dooms Express in defeat

STRASBURG -- Stephen Kerr might have been the last one to know he'd hit a home run on Saturday. comments

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Cannons top Express in first game of series

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- Just as the chips were down for the Charles Town Cannons against the Strasburg Express in game one of the Valley Baseball League semifinal series at Sager Field Friday night, Cannons manager Brett Fuller had to go all in on a position player to take the mound. comments

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Harvell's homer wins series for Express

FRONT ROYAL -- Brandon Harvell might be late to the party, but he sure made sure the Strasburg Express celebrated on Thursday night at Bing Crosby Stadium. comments

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Cleveland's slam boosts Cardinals to win

STRASBURG -- Ryan Cleveland had modest goals on Wednesday night. comments

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Express takes advantage of Cards' mistakes

FRONT ROYAL -- Strasburg Express manager Ben Moore has continually stressed the importance of winning the battle of what he refers to as the "free 90," a term used to describe errors, walks, stolen bases, passed balls, wild pitches -- anything that awards an opponent an extra base. comments

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Cards, Express set to clash in VBL first round

Strasburg Express first-year manager Ben Moore held a team meeting several weeks ago to discuss how he and his coaching staff could improve the team's experience over the final stretch of the Valley Baseball League season. During that meeting, Moore, who thinks many college baseball players today have become too robotic while coaches control nearly every aspect of the game, decided he was going to take a more relaxed approach and simply allow the Express to have fun. comments

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Express hurler Hunter earns VBL's Player of the Week honor

Strasburg Express left-handed pitcher pitcher Brock Hunter has been named the Valley Baseball League's final D-BAT Player of the Week for July 21-27. comments

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Flying fast: Cards use steals to up pressure

Brad Neffendorf went into his first recruiting year as the new manager of the Front Royal Cardinals with one primary objective -- find some pests, and lots of them. comments

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Harvell makes good impression in Express' win

STRASBURG -- To his Strasburg Express teammates, left fielder Brandon Harvell is one of several members of the squad simply known as "new guy." comments

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Puerta sparks River Bandits

FRONT ROYAL --Woodstock's Esteban Puerta knows sometimes the key to success is to keep it simple. comments

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Express rallies for extra-inning win over Royals

WINCHESTER -- The Strasburg Express never feels like it's out of a game, no matter how large the deficit. But being no-hit through five innings while trailing by six runs? That's pushing it. comments

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Strasburg withstands Bandits' surge

STRASBURG -- The Woodstock River Bandits put on an impressive power display on Tuesday. comments

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Nations: Sprint to finish in VBL

The Valley Baseball League playoffs are just less than a week away, and all indications are that it will be a mad dash to the end of the regular season. comments

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Fauber: Charlottesville a great addition to Valley League

Wednesday's announcement that a new Valley Baseball League team would be coming to Charlottesville next summer has stirred up quite a bit of excitement throughout the league. comments

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Keeler: Changes could help VBL

The Valley Baseball League season begins tonight and there are some definite changes. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. comments

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Rebels welcome new manager: Rhodes works with Hedrick, who led New Market to their 2002 championship

It was only natural that C.J. Rhodes would become the next manager of the New Market Rebels. comments

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Schwartz named as Cards' skipper

FRONT ROYAL -- The Front Royal Cardinals have announced their new manager for the 2011 Valley Baseball League season. comments

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Former VBL pitcher in MLB

PHILADELPHIA -- A former Woodstock River Bandit made his major league debut for the Atlanta Braves on Monday night. comments

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Bandits add new manager

WOODSTOCK -- Standing at Central High School on Thursday morning, Brent Haring was already back on a baseball diamond. comments

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'Refreshing' changes

STRASBURG -- Jay Neal, general manager of the new Valley League Baseball team coming to Strasburg next season, wants to make sure his players are not left in the dark. comments

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Jamieson's extra-inning single keeps Cardinals alive in playoffs

FRONT ROYAL -- Last Tuesday, it was a three-run homer by Sean Jamieson that provided the big blow in Front Royal's first-round Valley Baseball League series win over Waynesboro. comments

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Offense propels Luray to victory, Game 3 set

Luray jumped ahead by two runs after a half inning of play, then used a grand slam by Nick Rickles in the eighth to defeat Winchester 10-4 on Sunday in an emotional second game of their Valley League semifinal matchup. comments

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Moving on: Cox sparks Winchester to victory

WINCHESTER -- After swapping 8-4 wins over the last two days, Winchester and Harrisonburg squared off for a trip to the semifinals of the Valley League playoffs. Regardless of the results, however, it was the last game for Winchester's Evan Cox and Cory Spangenberg, who will be heading home today. comments

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Haymarket ends Rebels' season

NEW MARKET -- After an up and down season, New Market saw its season prolonged for two hours Wednesday night only to come to a close quickly once play began in the second game of their Valley Baseball League first-round playoff series against the regular season champion Haymarket Senators. comments

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Front Royal notches win in Game 1 of playoffs

WINCHESTER -- With the way he was pitching Tuesday night, Harrisonburg's Drew Granier didn't need a whole lot of support. He got it anyway. comments

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Harrisonburg doubles up Winchester

FRONT ROYAL -- The Cardinals opened the Valley Baseball League postseason Tuesday night, beginning a series at home against the Waynesboro Generals, and Front Royal played one of its best games of the season to start the postseason with a win, outlasting the Generals, 6-2. comments

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Winchester scores 20 in win

WINCHESTER -- Nathan Minnich crushed three home runs, including a third-inning grand slam, to lift Winchester to a convincing 20-6 win over Woodstock Monday in each team's last regular season Valley League game. comments

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