On the second day of the MLB Draft, where a number of former PGCBL stars will hear their name called, the current slate of PGCBL players will compete in a six-game slate.
Tuesday's Scheduled Games
Glens Falls Dragons at Amsterdam Mohawks
The second and third place teams in the PGCBL East meet up at Shuttleworth Park on Tuesday night. The Dragons saw their undefeated start come to an end on Monday, thanks to a four-run first inning from Albany. Amsterdam, on the other hand, had Monday night off. The two longtime divison rivals will play eleven times this season, with Tuesday marking the first.
Utica Blue Sox at Watertown Rapids
Watertown and Utica will play for the third time already in the 2018 season. The Rapids and Blue Sox have split the previous two meetings, with Watertown opening the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds with a 5-0 victory and the Blue Sox holding serve at home with a 4-3 win. The two 2-1 teams will not play again until June 21, and are scheduled to meet eleven times.
Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs at Adirondack Trail Blazers
At the Robert Smith Sports Complex, the Dawgs and the Blazers will look to keep pace in the PGCBL Central. Mohawk Valley and Adirondack, who are newly-minted rivals in the PGCBL Central Division, will meet ten times during the regular season.
Newark Pilots at Geneva Red Wings
With both teams coming off an off day, the 0-1 Newark Pilots will travel to Geneva to face the 2-1 Red Wings. After two wins over the Adirondack Trail Blazers, Geneva suffered their first loss of the season on Sunday against the Jamestown Jammers. The Pilots and the Red Wings are scheduled to play 12 times this season, with the second of these games coming Friday night in Newark.
Albany Dutchmen at Saugerties Stallions
The final undefeated team in the PGCBL, the Albany Dutchmen, heads south for an East Division matchup with the winless Saugerties Stallions. The Dutchmen have earned both of their victories against divisional competition, while the Stallions have started 0-4 with two losses to Glens Falls and a loss to both Oneonta and Amsterdam. It is the first of nine meetings between the teams this season.
Oneonta Outlaws at Elmira Pioneers
The Elmira Pioneers will attempt to finally play someone other than the Jamestown Jammers after two rainouts against the Newark Pilots. The 1-1 Pioneers welcome the Outlaws to town in an East vs. West matchup. Oneonta comes into the game following their first victory of the season, a walk-off effort against Saugerties. Tuesday's game will be one of five between the Pioneers and the Outlaws, with three coming at Dunn Field.
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