Regular season wraps up Sunday, with playoffs on tap next week
Only two more days to catch the Ridgefield Raptors at home this season.
Only two more days to catch the Ridgefield Raptors at home during the regular season.
The Raptors have clinched a playoff spot and will play at least one more home game in the postseason.
This weekend, though, they are home for two games — Friday night and Sunday afternoon — against the Corvallis Knights.
Friday is Fan Appreciation Night. There will be giveaways throughout the evening, and Raptors merchandise is 50-percent off. First pitch at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex is 6:35 p.m.
The team is on the road Saturday but returns to the RORC on Sunday for a 1:05 p.m. game. Up to two children (12 and under) will be admitted for free with one adult paid admission.
The Raptors currently sit in third place in the South Division of the West Coast League. The top four teams make the playoffs.
If the Raptors remain in the 3-spot, they will host the first game of a three-game playoff series on Tuesday. Games 2 and 3 of that series will be on the road.
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