James streak ties league record
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July 3, 2009 - O'FALLON, Mo. - Rockford RiverHawks outfielder Jason James has extended his hitting streak to 30 games and tied a Frontier League record.

James, who singled to right field to drive in a run in the fifth inning, has tied the league record for longest single-season hitting streak, set by River City’s Michael Robertson in 2001 and matched by Florence’s Mike Galloway in 2005.

The game is not scheduled for local broadcast. Fans can visit the Frontier League website to listen to the River City broadcast.


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