Kelowna Falcons

Familiar Faces Return

The Falcons welcome the Kitsap Bluejackets for a three game series starting tonight at Elks Stadium.

There will be two familiar faces in the Bluejackets dugout as former manager Kevin Frady and former infielder Jeffrey Bohling make a return visit.

Frady, now an Assistant with the Jackets, returns for the first since 2010. He spent three seasons in Kelowna and compiled a record of 67-70. His lone winning season was in 2008 when the club finished 21-20. The Falcons did qualify for the playoffs each of the three years he was in Kelowna, bowing out to the Wenatchee Applesox each time in the East Division championship series.

Bohling was a member of the Falcons roster last season. He played just 23 games collecting 59 at bats, 10 hits, a double and six RBIs.

The Falcons and Jackets will face each over the next three nights with the first pitch at 6:35pm.

Tonight is a Toonie Tuesday, fans can get a pop and hotdog/burger plus a $2 beer for TWO Toonies

Wednesday night the first 400 fans receive a complimentary Falcons key chain courtesy of Creative Trophies and Gifts, gates open at 5:30pm.

Thursday night is Mexican night, fans enjoy some delicious Mexican food.

Purchase advance tickets HERE

Bohling photo courtesy of Greystoke Photography

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