Kicking off another season of family-friendly baseball, the Bakersfield Train Robbers announced they will return to the field and begin regular season play on Thursday, May 26th. They’ll open their 2022 season, hosting the Wasco Reserve at 7:45 pm.
To commemorate opening day, California Aeronautical University (CAU) will conduct a flyover over the ballpark before the start of the game. CAU’s flyover will include aircraft from its fleet based at its flight training university at Meadows Field Airport.
A representative from CAU will also launch the season by throwing the first pitch of the game.
2022 will mark the 5th season of Train Robber Baseball at Historic Sam Lynn Ballpark. The season will include 50 games, 28 of which will be played at home. All Train Robbers home games will be played at Sam Lynn Ballpark. Tickets for opening game can be purchased at bakersfieldtrainrobbers.com.
About Pecos League
The Pecos League is an independent professional baseball league that operates in cities in desert mountain regions throughout California, New Mexico, Kansas, Arizona, West Texas, and Southern Colorado. Pecos Teams play in cities that do not have Major or Minor League Baseball teams and are not affiliated with either. For more information about Pecos League, email email@example.com or visit pecosleague.com or call 575-680-2212.
About California Aeronautical University
California Aeronautical University (CAU) is preparing the next generation of aviation professionals. Serving students from all over the country, the University offers career-focused programs in aviation, aviation business, and aircraft maintenance. With on-airport locations throughout California and Arizona that provide an ideal learning environment, CAU courses are delivered in a year-round, fast-paced schedule that enables students to enter the pipeline for aviation careers in the shortest amount of time.
Through the University’s strong partnerships with airlines, influential aviation organizations, and leaders in the aviation community, CAU graduates become a part of a larger aviation network and reap the benefits of these relationships, including direct access to several airline cadet programs. The University offers access to federal student financial aid, tuition reduction programs, and veteran benefits to those who qualify. Learn more at calaero.edu.
Mr. Matthew A. Johnston has over 23 years of experience serving various roles in education and is currently serving as the President of California Aeronautical University. He maintains memberships and is a supporting participant with several aviation promoting and advocacy associations including University Aviation Association (UAA), Regional Airline Association (RAA), AOPA, NBAA, and EAA with the Young Eagles program. He is proud of his collaboration with airlines, aviation businesses and individual aviation professionals who are working with him to develop California Aeronautical University as a leader in educating aviation professionals.