Game Preview & Recap


In 140 Characters or Less: The Bees try to build on last night’s win as they look for series win over Bluefish! 1:12PM first pitch!

Series: The Bees evened the series at a game apiece with a 7-4 in extra innings last night. The two teams will have just one more series left to play this season (August 23-25 in New Britain) after the completion of today’s game.

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The Bees: James McOwen is off to a very solid start in his Bees’ career. The former sixth round draft pick of the 2007 MLB Draft is 4-6 over his first two games with the Bees, with one of those hits being a two-run single in the fourth inning of last night’s Bees win.

The Opposition: Welington Dotel has enjoyed an extremely hot start to this series against the Bees. In the first two games, Dotel is 3-9 with a triple, grand slam, and five RBIs. He’s also scored twice and walked twice.

New Britain- RHP Sean Gleason (2-4, 6.46) | Bridgeport- RHP David Kubiak (3-2, 2.91)

Key to the Game: Road series win- The Bees have experienced some tough series on the road this year, with the team dropping eight of the 12 series it has played on the road in 2016 (with two series wins and two splits). New Britain needs to take advantage of every opportunity it has to win a road series, which it has the opportunity to do this afternoon against Bridgeport. 

Broadcast: YouTube ( WDRC AM 1360 (Hartford), WMMW AM 1470 (Meriden), WWCO AM 1240 (Waterbury), and WSNG AM 610 (Torrington). Bees fans can also listen live by visiting 

Song of the Day: “Talking Fishing Blues”- Woody Guthrie


Bees Buzz: Greg Golson has a six-game hitting against the Bluefish…Sean Gleason allowed two runs in four innings of work in his first start of the season against Bridgeport on July 8 (5-2 Bees win)…This afternoon’s game is the final game between the Bees and Bluefish this season at the Ballpark at Harbor Yard…

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