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Peach State League not sure if they will play in Albany this year

By Robert Hydrick - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The Peach State Baseball League may postpone plans to play some of their games at the Paul Eames Complex this summer.

The League's Albany Quails had been scheduled to play a series at the Paul Eames Complex starting Thursday.

Peach State League co-owner Bill Larsen said Monday he will meet with three of the league's four managers and hopes to have a decision on whether the league will play any games in Albany as soon as Tuesday.



Larsen says the league is re-evaluating their schedule after releasing some players and also eliminating their day game schedule in Macon.

The first year league has four teams and has been playing all of their games in at Luther Williams Field in Macon.

The league has been talking with the city of Albany for several months about playing some 12-6 games at the Eames Complex this season.

If those games went well this year, the league would then consider a full time schedule in Albany in the future.




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