Falcons kick off final WCL series tonight in Kelowna

Head down to Elks and check out the record setting Falcons team, one of the best in club history

The Kelowna Falcons begin their final home stand of the regular season tonight against the Corvallis Knights at Elks Stadium, looking to book their spot in the playoffs.

The Falcons, who currently lead the WCL East Division, are looking for Kelowna’s support as they continue to play great baseball.

Tuesday night is Toonie Tuesday, with Hot Dog’s and Pop just $2, and Beer $4, while Wednesday is Mexican Food night in the concession.

Thursday will be Fan & Host Family Appreciation so the excitement and entertainment will be at an all time high.

Kelowna enters the series with the Knights having won a franchise high 30 games, as they look to make the WCL playoffs for the first time since 2010.

There has been a lot of exciting games at Elks Stadium this season, as the Falcons play with high energy on the offensive side of the ball, and get quality pitching on a nightly basis.

The series with the perennial powerhouse Knights will test the Falcons, as Corvallis leads the wildcard race heading into this week’s action.

Kelowna will send Nat Hamby and Curtis Taylor to the mound Tuesday and Wednesday, both with impressive numbers.

Hamby is 3-0, with a 2.94 ERA, while Taylor from the UBC Thunderbirds, is 3-3 with a 2.67 ERA. With his next strikeout, Taylor will move into the Top 20 in Single-Season strikeouts in Kelowna Falcons history.

Kelowna Capital News

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