Cavaliers Thank Their Fans

November 8, 2010

The Eau Claire Cavaliers Baseball Association, Inc. Board of Directors has written a letter to their fans, advertisers, and supports.

Wisconsin State League

From: Eau Claire Cavaliers Baseball Association, Inc. Board of Directors

As we enter fall of 2010, the Eau Claire Cavaliers would like to thank all of its fans, advertisers and supporters for another exciting summer of amateur baseball action.

The Cavaliers, under the direction of Manager Mark McHorney, finished the 2010 Season with a 37-12 overall record.  In Wisconsin State Baseball League play, the Cavaliers were 18-9, which was good enough for second place behind the Champion Lombard, Illinois Orioles.  The Cavaliers finished the 2010 season with a 14 game win streak.

Award winners for the 2010 season were: Mike Darley, Best 1st Year Player; Brady Sand and Ben Sebesta, Most Improved; Ty Fadness, Leading Hitter; Andy Klein and T.J. Wink, Best Pitchers and Cale Tassi and Tanner Vavra Key Player Award winners.  Davis Lenzen and Tyler Dierke received the Sanford Kruger Memorial Service Award and Matt Miller and Ty Fadness were selected to receive the Team Captain Award.  The Most Valuable Player Awards for the 2010 Season were Matt Miller and Ty Fadness.

Highlighting the 2010 Season was the celebration of the Cavaliers 40th Season. A special weekend of activities was held as past and present Cavalier players, coaches and board members on hand for games and a banquet to celebrate 40 years of Cavalier baseball action.

During the next few months, the Cavaliers will begin plans for the 2011 campaign.  Keep up on the Cavaliers news by checking the Cavaliers web site at  You may also contact the Cavaliers by telephone at (715) 834-3520 or (715) 828-9222.

The Cavaliers again thank everyone for their support in 2010.  Have a great off- season and be ready when the call “Play Ball” signals another summer of baseball in 2011.

Eau Claire Cavaliers Baseball Association, Inc. Board of Directors

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