June 04, 2019 Slideshows

Crabs Opening Night 2019 

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Long-time Crabs photographers Matt Filar and Erik Fraser warm up in the infield pre-game on opening night.
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The 50-50 raffle crew hung out in the home bullpen pre-game on opening night.
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Crabs coaching staff in 2018 includes manager Robin Guiver, pitching coach Eric Giacone (pictured), and assistant coaches Brad Morgan and John Bryant.
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Wearing their distinctive signature vests, the Humboldt Harmonaires sang the national anthem on opening night.
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Wearing a borrowed glove and backed up by Crabs starting pitcher Jordan Eglite, Humboldt County Supervisor Mike Wilson threw the ceremonial first pitch for a strike.
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After a first inning single, a Corvallis Knight player made a successful first-inning steal of second base.
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This Crabs batter fouled off the pitch.
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This Crabs batter displayed good batting form after making solid contact with a pitch.
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After an early inning single, this Crabs base runner had to hustle back to first on a pick off throw from the pitcher.
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After a run to the snack bar, Haley Nisson, of Redding, showed off a Crab-style hat she received for running in a 5k in Eureka.
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Crabs starting pitcher Jordyn Eglite gave up three earned runs in five innings in the season opener.
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After many years, the bleachers were upgraded and also now meet ADA-compliance standards. The press box was replaced and also now has steps leading to its entrance.
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The crowd-favorite Crab Grass Band played at the opening game of the Humboldt Crabs baseball team.
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Long-time Crabs photographers Matt Filar and Erik Fraser warm up in the infield pre-game on opening night.

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