Come See The Babies in Sealy Tomorrow

The George Ranch near Sug Land is another popular Houston Babies game site.

The George Ranch near Sugar Land is another popular Houston Babies game site.

Come join us tomorrow, Saturday, April 12th, at the Sealy, Texas Spring Festival. The Houston Babies will be playing two 1860’s rules vintage baseball games against some other clubs, with out first part of the doubleheader starting at half past 10 o’clock in the morning. The second game will be played shortly after lunch.

The location of the games is the Santa Fe Museum Park at the corner of Silliman and East Main in Sealy. Be prepared for not only vintage games, but an egg toss, Civil War or Texas History military reenactments, and a parade thrown in to boot, plus a probable appearance by “Bonnie and Clyde.”

Alex, Larry, and Zach Hajduk are a big part of the Babies game.

Alex, Larry, and Zach Hajduk are a big part of the Babies game.

Sealy is a beautiful little Texas town, located an easy 50 mile drive west of downtown Houston out I-10 West, and a cool breeze run both going and returning on what they say is going to be an ideal Spring day for baseball fun and a celebration of life that’s hard to surpass in all its joy and down to earth simplicity.

 

Bob Dorrill Manager Houston Babies

Bob Dorrill
Manager
Houston Babies

There will also be plenty of good food and friendly people there too. The bluebonnets and other wild flowers should also be out so, give yourself a break for an eye-feast on one of our annual South Texas Spring Treats while you are en route.

As per usual, The Pecan Park Eagle will be there to cover the action. So. drop by and say hello. We won’t be hard to find.

Come on, Spring! ~ Come on, People! ~ And Go, Babies!

 

HUZZAH!

 

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “Come See The Babies in Sealy Tomorrow”

  1. materene Says:

    Wish I were living near enough, last time I was in Sealy was late 1970 for a wedding. I remember you could at that time get one of the best hamburgers ever made. Beautiful town and great heritage from the German side of our culture.

  2. Marsha Franty Says:

    Sorry that I can’t make it this year …family committments!

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