The Tri-City ValleyCats have been busy this season by setting some new records! Last night the 'Cats set a single season franchise best for wins and the fans set a record at the same time.
With the ValleyCats 9-3 victory over the Hudson Valley Renegades on Tuesday night, the 'Cats have now won a franchise best 51 games, surpassing the 2004 club record of 50 wins. The win also tied the 'Cats with the Renegades for first in the league.
Last night the fans set a new single-season attendance record for the ninth year in a row. A total of 157,087 fans have come out to "The Joe" besting 2011's mark of 156,279. Out of the 'Cats 37 home games thus far, there has been 17 sellouts, also a franchise record.
Tonight's game against the Renegades is the final game of the regular season before the New York-Penn League Playoffs begin. The game will decide if the 'Cats or the Renegades will have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. There will be a post-game fireworks display after the game is over.
Are you going to the game tonight to support the 'Cats?