The Binghamton Mets look for a road win tonight in Erie to wrap-up the first portion of the Eastern League season and head into the All-Star break.  Following tonight's 7:05 game (air at 6:50 on News Radio 1290 WNBF) the Eastern League takes a two-day break for the annual All-Star contest in Altoona.

The B-Mets are 19 games above the .500 mark at 57-38, five games behind the first place Portland Sea Dogs in the Eastern Division.  Tonight Gabriel Ynoa will start on the mound for the B-Mets against Jeff Ferrell of the Erie SeaWolves.  In his last start Ynoa threw a complete-game seven-inning win against the Portland Sea Dogs in a 1-0 Binghamton victory.

In 15 previous meetings this season the B-Mets are 9-6 against the SeaWolves and have won four of six meetings in Erie.  Following the All-Star break the B-Mets return home to host the Trenton Thunder in a four-game series beginning on Thursday evening at NYSEG Stadium.