The Binghamton Mets defeated the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in Manchester, N.H. today 9-8 in a fourteen-inning contest.  The game took four hours and 41 minutes to complete and is the longest game the B-Mets have played so far this season.

The victory is the fifth in a row for the B-Mets as they swept all three games in the series against the Fisher Cats.  It puts Binghamton's season record at 23-16.

Matt Reynolds drove in Kyle Johnson with the eventual game-winning  run for Binghamton in the top of the 14th inning.  Johnson had doubled and moved to third on a single by Brian Burgamy.  Johnson now has hit safely in 10 consecutive games for the B-Mets.

Adam Kolarek pitched the 12th and 13th innings to win his first game of the season.  John Church worked the 14th inning to preserve the lead for Binghamton.

The B-Mets head to Portland, Maine for six games in four days/ nights against the Sea Dogs.  Action begins at 5 PM tomorrow in a doubleheader (airtime at 4:45 on News Radio 1290 WNBF).