EAGLES BASEBALL CLUB CLOSES THE SACRAMENTO STATE COLLEGE AS AN EAGLE FOOTBALL TEAM.
Eagles baseball club is set to close the season on Saturday after failing to win a game in five games.
The club announced the decision Saturday morning.
The club announced that the season was over for the season and the players are now officially “out of the league.”
EAGLES FOOT BALL TEAM IS IN A DANGEROUS POSITION.
“Eagles Baseball Club is in the middle of a serious situation,” said the club’s president, David Levett.
“This decision is not about money.
It’s not about a roster.
It is about a club that is losing fans, players and fans’ hearts.
Our fans, their families, their friends, our staff and the community all need to know this.
The fans deserve a return to the good times.”
This is the second consecutive season the Eagles have had to close their season.
The team is scheduled to open at the University of Maryland on Oct. 30.
The Eagles finished 10-17 last season, losing the final two games of the season to the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins.
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