Osos are Robbed of Wins Monday by the Train Robbers

Marty Mayfield
KRTN Multi-Media

Vegas  13
Raton   1

Vegas  5
Raton 3

The second inning seems to be the bane of the game for the Osos as the Train Robbers put seven over the plate in the first game Monday afternoon and another three runs in the second game of the double header in Raton.

The game Monday afternoon was a makeup game from Saturday. That game was postponed due to a very wet field from Friday night when Raton saw about 2.00 inches of rain over a five hour period. While this game was a runaway the season finale was a lot closer as the Osos seemed to find the holes in the Robber defense.

However the Osos still couldn’t get players rounded to home. A couple of broken bats didn’t help as the ball lazily flew into the infield for outs.

It was a great crowd and another perfect evening for the last home game for the Osos. The stands were almost full and cars lined the left field parking area with spectators. For now fans can look back on a first season of professional baseball in Raton and look forward to another.

Stedman Smith slides to second as Randy Wells makes a flying leap for a wayward ball

#22 lets a low outside ball go by on really nice afternoon for baseball in Raton

Gary Stauff slides for second as the ball flies in from catcher Bryan Gregory, however shortstop Aaron Carmen cant quite find the handle on the ball

Gary Stauff is safe at second as the ball gets away from shortstop Aaron Carmon 

Train Robber Andrew Lopez tries to get around Bryan Gregory at home plate during the Osos last home game of the season.

Andrew Lopez slid past home plate and scrambles back as catcher Bryan Gregory goes for the tag.

Osos catcher Bryan Gregory makes the tag as Travis Renwick slides into home plate

Travis Renwick looks at the umpire after being tagged at home plate

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