Long road trip beckons for HarbourCats

  Times Colonist 

One of the reasons for summer collegiate baseball is to get NCAA university players used to what it will be like if they make it to minor-pro ball. The Victoria HarbourCats will absorb that lesson well, especially the bus travel part of it, as they head out on a five-game, 1,300-kilometre West Coast League road trip tonight through Sunday in Yakima, Washington, and Kelowna. Toss in a couple of fer

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