Redlands Rays make dominant start to season with US imports Darren Hasch and Michael Warnick in fine form for division one

ONE month into the 2019-20 baseball season and Redlands Rays teams are playing hard to progress in their respective leagues with divison one, two and six and the masters team all in the top four on the ladder.

STAR PLAYERS: United States imports Darren Hasch and Michael Warnick in their Rays uniforms.

STAR PLAYERS: United States imports Darren Hasch and Michael Warnick in their Rays uniforms.

Rays recently welcomed United States imports Darren Hasch and Michael Warnick to the club and the division one team.

Hasch hails from Destin, Florida, played high school baseball at Fort Walton Beach and college ball at Peru State College in Nebraska. He plays in all positions except pitcher.

Warnick played high school baseball at Bellview High School in Washington State and college ball at the University of Puget Sound where he graduated with a major in business and a minor in economics.

Warnick started his college career as a closing pitcher in his freshman and sophomore year and then became his team's number one starting pitcher in his junior and senior seasons.

On the week of November 22 to 25, with all Redlands teams playing at home, Rays members have planned a four-day fundraiser for cancer under the cancer sucks in all colours banner to benefit the Love Your Sister Foundation.

Each team member will be wearing ribbons and colours to support their chosen cancer.

The highlight of the weekend will be a thanksgiving potluck dinner at the clubhouse on Saturday night to help our US imports and all Rays family members with US origins celebrate their national holiday.

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