Generals return home after six-game road trip

After six games in three cities over the last seven days, the Generals are back in Victoria.

The Generals finished out their six-game road trip — tied for their longest of the season — with a pair of wins against the Acadiana Cane Cutters and a 4-2 record overall. Their 9-3 record on the season is good for second place in the TCL behind only the Brazos Valley Bombers, who they defeated a season ago to capture the league championship.

The Bombers are still without a loss on the season, a feat the Generals will look to disrupt when they play four straight against Brazos Valley next week.

“We’re excited for the challenge,” said Generals head coach Michael Oros. “They’re right above us. That’s who we’re trying to catch right now and it’ll be a good series.”

The Generals will first welcome in last-place Baton Rouge for a pair of games starting Friday at Riverside. Their series against the Bombers begins on Sunday.