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Welcome to the internet home of the Perham Pirates amateur baseball team. The outstanding Perham community and surrounding busniesses recently helped to replace our old, unsafe grandstand, with a new and improved grandstand. The Pirates will play home games here at Tuffy's Stadium at Al Krueger Field. Come out and enjoy some ball!

Pirates Exhibition vs. Huntersville Postponed

The Perham Pirates and Huntersville Horseflies had an exhibition game scheduled for Friday evening, May 24 at 7:30pm at Tuffy's Stadium at Al Krueger Field. The rains came around 4:00 in the afternoon and had been off and on until the first pitch. As soon as the game was underway, the rain continued to fall, although only in a drizzle.

With the game tied 0-0 heading into the bottom half of the 3rd inning, the rain began to fall harder. David Krueger leadoff the inning and hit a groundball to the third baseman, who threw the ball away allowing Krueger to end up on 2nd base. A wild pitch would move him to third and center fielder Collin Tiech would draw a walk.

With runners on first and third with nobody out, the umpire called for a rain delay and both teams began to wait it out. However, the rain kept coming and after about 5-10 minutes, the game was called.

The Pirates and Horseflies haven't decided on a make-up date as they will see if the two teams will face off in the DL Tournament held during the 7th - 9th of June.


Perham Yellow Jackets Finally Open Season; Pirate Players Have Solid Outing

May 1, 2013

The Perham Yellow Jacket high school baseball team finally played their first baseball games of the season yesterday at Tuffy's Stadium at Al Krueger field. Although the tempurature in the air dropped substantially throughout the day, the players that also play for the Perham Pirates seemed to get a bit hot.

Eric Brauch hit a Grand Slam in the second game of a double header while JT Laughlin went 3-3 with a run scored also in that game. Jack Stigman had an RBI in the first game, and scored 2 runs in the second contest. Stigman also pitched in the first game and went 4+ innings giving up 4 runs on 4 hits, albeit one of the hits accounted for 3 of those runs (3-run HR in the 3rd).

The Jackets split with Staples-Motley, losing the first game 10-3 and crushing them 15-5 in 6-innings.


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