Game Preview & Recap


In 140 Characters or Less: The Bees go for the win in the final matchup this season between the Bees and York Revolution! First pitch 6:30PM!

Series: The Revolution have taken each of the first three games of the series, all by margins of two runs or less. Tonight’s game will be the final game between the two teams this season.

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The Bees: Craig Maddox enters tonight’s matchup with the longest road hitting streak in the Atlantic League this season. The left-handed hitter has picked up a hit in 19 straight road games and is hitting .346 (27-78) with four runs scored during the streak.

The Opposition: Michael Rockett has been one of the hottest hitters in the league since the calendar flipped to August. The 29-year-old is hitting .515 (17-33) with six extra-base hits, ten RBIs and nine runs scored in nine August games and is working on a six-game hitting streak.

New Britain- RHP Nate Roe (1-0, 6.18) | York- LHP Frank Gailey (4-2, 3.14)

Key to the Game: Get to Gailey- The last time the Bees faced Frank Gailey, the left-hander handcuffed New Britain for five innings, allowing no runs while striking out six despite walking four batters. The Bees will need to do a better job of taking advantage of those extra baserunners if they are to get to Gailey this time around.

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Song of the Day: “Goodbye (See You Next Time)”- Art of Fighters


Bees Buzz: Greg Golson’s 12-game hitting streak is his second hitting streak of ten or more games this season (June 12-23)…James Skelton is hitting .387 (12-31) with two RBIs and six runs scored over his last ten games…Michael Crouse is hitting .300 (12-40) with four extra-base hits and four runs scored against York in 11 games this season…

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