Chris Graham joins ‘Baseball in the Valley’ podcast


Chris Graham was a guest on the debut installment of “Baseball in the Valley,” a podcast hosted by Austin Gisriel covering Valley League Baseball.

“Baseball in the Valley” is broadcast live on Blog Talk Radio on Thursdays at 6 p.m. You can access archived podcasts at www.blogtalkradio.com/seamheads .

Graham, play-by-play broadcaster for the Waynesboro Generals, will be a regular guest on the summer podcast series.

Gisriel is the author of A Season in the Valley, a book chronicling a season behind the scenes with the Valley League’s New Market Rebels. A Season in the Valley was published in 2010 by Augusta Free Press Publishing.

The 2011 Valley League season begins Thursday, June 2. The Generals open play on Friday, June 3, on the road at Rockbridge. Waynesboro’s home opener is Saturday, June 4, against Covington.

More information about the Generals is online at www.WaynesboroGenerals.com.



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