Heavy rain and strong winds pounded the area tonight forcing postponement of the scheduled game between the Binghamton Mets and Portland Sea Dogs at NYSEG Stadium. The game never got started as severe weather swept in prior to the first pitch.
Even though it is only early July tonight's series opener against the Portland Sea Dogs has playoff implications for both teams. Heading into the first game of a four-game series the Sea Dogs lead the B-Mets by eight games in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League
The Binghamton Mets will be well represented at the Eastern League All-Star Game in Altoona on Wednesday, July 16 at 7:00 PM. The Eastern and Western Divisions will square off at Peoples Natural Gas Field, the home of the Altoona Curve
The Binghamton Mets and Erie SeaWolves gave over 5,500 fans almost two games for the price of one plus fireworks on a game that began on July 4 and ended on July 5. The teams played for 5 hours and 26 minutes before Erie captured a 9-6 win in 16 innings at NYSEG Stadium
The Binghamton Mets begin an eight-game homestand tonight at 7:05 as they host the Erie SeaWolves at NYSEG Stadium. Last night Binghamton was in New Britain, Connecticut where they were supposed to play a doubleheader
The Binghamton Mets and New Britain Rock Cats were rained out last night in New Britain so they are playing a doubleheader today. The first game is underway on News Radio 1290 WNBF with Tim Heiman at the microphone
The Binghamton Mets had their four-game winning streak snapped last night in New Britain, Connecticut as the Rock Cats topped them 9-6. Binghamton meets the Rock Cats in game three of their four-game series tonight at 7:05 (air at 6:50 on News Radio 1290 WNBF)
The Binghamton Mets look for their fifth consecutive victory tonight when they face the New Britain Rock Cats in New Britain, Connecticut. Tonight's game is set for a 7:05 start and can be heard on News Radio 1290 WNBF
The Binghamton Mets have been playing red-hot baseball. They have won 16 of their last 19 games and three in a row versus the Altoona Curve. Last night the B-Mets topped the Curve 7-4 as starting pitcher Matt Bowman went seven innings and gave up just a pair of runs to earn his sixth win of the season
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