The Cheney A American Legion baseball team cut short their season after folding earlier this month.
According to Cheney American Legion Baseball general manager Mike Cagle, one factor that led to the Cheney A team shutting down their season was the lack of players.
“If you don’t have 12-13 guys on a roster, it’s hard to compete,” Cagle said. “The dynamics of summer has changed in the last decade.”
Cagle added that many players had other commitments outside of baseball.
Cheney A coach Kent Weatherbee said he postponed a couple of games prior to the team folding.
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