The Binghamton Rumble Ponies continue their homestand as they host the Erie Seawolves for five consecutive games.  The series begins tonight with the resumption of a suspended game from April 14 followed by a seven inning game. The game resumes in the bottom of the first inning.

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The Rumble Ponies are looking to snap a six-game home losing streak.  The Richmond Flying Squirrels just left town after a three-game series sweep.  Heading into tonight's twinbill the Rumble Ponies are 4-0 versus Erie including one win at NYSEG Stadium.

Ali Sanchez has emerged as a solid player for Binghamton.  He carries a 13-game hitting streak into the action tonight.  Mickey Jannis gets the start for Binghamton in game one while Joe Zanghi is the scheduled second game starter.

Following a single game on Tuesday night the Rumble Ponies will host Erie in another doubleheader on Wednesday night.  The first pitch is scheduled for 5:35.  Binghamton's overall record is 36-32 and 2-3 in the second half of the season.  The Rumble Ponies have had much better success on the road so far.  Binghamton's road record is 26-12 but only 10-20 at NYSEG Stadium.