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Kenosha Series

Kingfish opener rained out

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KINGFISH OPENER

Kenosha Kingfish players roll up the tarp to the outfield at Simmons Field before the season opener in July. The Kenosha Series game between the Kingfish and the K-Town Bobbers on Sunday was suspended due to rain and will be resumed Wednesday. The series is tied through 12 games, 6-6.

The Northwoods League season opener between the Kenosha Kingfish and the K-Town Bobbers on Wednesday night at Simmons Field was halted by rain.

It was the first game between the teams in this summer's 26-game Kenosha Series.

The game was 0-0 going into the bottom of the second inning, with the Kingfish coming to bat.

The game will be resumed from that point at 4:05 p.m. Thursday. Thursday's regularly scheduled game will follow, and it will be reduced to seven innings.

Fans who attended Wednesday's game can redeem their ticket stub for another game this season.

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