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Baseball is Back is back Victoria, Texas!  The Victoria Generals have released their 1021 TCL schedule. The TCL is set to launch its 18th season of wood-bat collegiate baseball. The 2021 season will be the 13th for the Victoria Generals as they seek their 3rd TCL Championship

The 2021 season for Generals will be a 44 game season, 22 home dates, and 22 road dates. Opening day for the Victoria General will be on the road against the San Antonio Flying Chanclas in a three-game series on Friday, May 28th. The Generals will return home for their home opener on Tuesday, June 1st at Riverside Stadium as they take on the defending champion Brazos Valley Bombers.

This season will see the return on an Opening Day Free Ticket Night presented by Texas Roadhouse. All Generals fans will be admitted to the home opener absolutely FREE thanks to our partnership with Texas Roadhouse! On Friday, June 11th, the Generals will host the Amarillo Sod Squad as they make their first trip to Riverside Stadium.

Mark your calendars for the special dates during the 2021 season.  Including their 8th Annual Warriors Weekend event that will be scheduled for Saturday, June 12th, as well as their 8th Annual, Strike Out Cancer event that will be scheduled for Saturday, July 10th. Both of these events will include their special player jersey auction with 100% of the money raised going to these outstanding causes. Over the past seven seasons, the Victoria Generals have raised more than $240,000 through their charity jersey auctions. Many other events are in the works so stay connected to the Generals website at www.victoriagenerals.com. Visit their website to see the full schedule.

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