On the final day of the Major League Baseball Draft, ten of the PGCBL's 13 teams will be action, including a late morning contest in Boonville.
Wednesday's Scheduled Games
Watertown Rapids at Adirondack Trail Blazers
The Adirondack Trail Blazers will look to get in the win column in a morning game at the Robert Smith Sports Complex. The Blazers welcome the Watertown Rapids, who have dropped back-to-back games since starting the season 2-0. This Central Division matchup will be played 12 times this season, with the Trail Blazers' first trip to Watertown scheduled for Friday night.
Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs at Utica Blue Sox
First place in the Central Division will be up for grabs in Utica on Wednesday night, as two 3-1 teams meet for the first time this season. Mohawk Valley's three-game winning streak has come exclusively on the road, with the Dawgs not returning to Little Falls until Thursday. Tonight marks the first of eleven meetings between the 2017 PGCBL Champs and the 2016 PGCBL Finalists.
Jamestown Jammers at Newark Pilots
For the first time this season, divisional rivals Jamestown and Newark will face off, with the opening game of the series coming at the home of the Pilots. A pair of postponements against the Elmira Pioneers has kept Newark to just two games played, while the Jammers have run out to a division-leading 3-1 record. In the West Division, Jamestown and Newark will match up ten times during the 2018 season.
Elmira Pioneers at Geneva Red Wings
Geneva has won three of their first four games on the season, and have jumped to the front of the PGCBL West through four games. Despite being rained out twice, the Pioneers sit just 1.5 games back with a 1-2 record. Each of the first three meetings between Elmira and Geneva will be played at McDonough Park, with the Wings' first trip to Dunn Field coming on June 16.
Amsterdam Mohawks at Glens Falls Dragons
A night after a 9-2 victory at Shuttleworth Park, the Amsterdam Mohawks look to win their third consecutive game during a return trip to East Field in Glens Falls. Amsterdam has risen to second place in the PGCBL East following an Opening Night loss. Following tonight's game, the Mohawks and Dragons will meet nine more times during the regular season.
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