It was a good opener for the San Rafael Pacifics (independent; North American League), as the team sold out Albert Park.
Of course, it doesn’t take much to sell out a thousand-seat venue, and the team worked awfully hard to pull off the sellout. The real key to success will be how the team draws tonight and the rest of the series. Still, as a basis for the rest of the season, it sounds like fans were pretty happy with the show put on by the Pacifics.
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