The Binghamton Rumble Ponies had their five-game winning string snapped on Wednesdasy night at NYSEG Stadium when they dropped a 10-3 contest to the Erie SeaWolves.  The Ponies hammered out their runs on three solo homers.  Binghamton has now hit home runs in five straight games,has belted 11 homers in that five-game stretch and leads the Eastern League with 41 home runs.

Tonight in Manchester the Rumble Ponies will start Nabil Crismatt on the mound.  He carries a 4-1 record into the game with an ERa of 3.00.  Opposing him is Francisco Rios who is 0-2 with a 10.80 ERA.  The Rumble Ponies overall record is 19-18 while the Fisher Cats are 23-13.

Binghamton's Kevin Taylor went 1-4 at the plate to extend his consecutive game hitting streak to 11 games.  Binghamton is in Manchester through Sunday and will play a doubleheader on Friday with the first pitch at 5:35 and air at 5:20 PM on News Radio 1290 WNBF.  The Rumble Ponies return to NYSEG Stadium for a seven-game homestand beginning next Tuesday night when they host the Richmond Flying Squirrels at NYSEG Stadium.