We left Portland for Corvallis to stay with some friends arriving about noon. It was raining and we stopped at the ballpark in Keizer to see if the game was going to be played. They told us to call back before game time, which we did and were told that the game was on. We drove back to Keizer and sat in the car watching the rain and listening on the radio. When the game started we went and bought tickets and stood under our umbrellas and took some pictures. The temperature was 64 degrees at game time. The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, a Single A affiliate of San Francisco, play at the Crater, which was built in 1997, seating 4,252. The Volcanoes were playing the Vancouver Canadians. At the bottom of the 3rd it was still raining so we left. Crater, the mascot, didn't come out because of the rain. The white dots in the pictures are the raindrops. It is a nice little stadium and we were sorry the rain made us leave. We listened to the game on the radio on the way back to Corvallis. The umpires called the game after 5 innings with the Canadians winning over the Volcanoes 4-2. The field dimensions are RF-325', CF-405', and LF-325'. Be sure to observe all speed limits leaving the game. We saw a Keizer motorcycle policeman with a radar gun in the 25mph residential area west of the field. 2021--New independent Mavericks Baseball League is formed with four teams: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, Portland Mavericks, Campesinoa de Salem-Keizer, and Salem Senators all playing at the Salem-Keizer stadium.