Game Preview & Recap


In 140 Characters or Less: The Bees go for their third consecutive win over the Ducks tonight! First pitch 6:35PM!

Series: The Bees have taken the first two games of the four-game series to close the Ducks’ season series lead to 8-7. After tonight, the series wraps up tomorrow night with another 6:35PM start time.

Promotions: Tonight is a Winning Inning Wednesday! The Bees will designate a specific occurrence during each inning and if the event occurs during that inning, one lucky fan will win $10,000! Simply sign up at the Bees Ticket Window on the concourse to be eligible to win.

Bees’ Tickets: BUY HERE | Available at the New Britain Stadium Box Office | Call 860-826-BEES

The Bees: Third baseman Jovan Rosa is hitting .450 (9-20) with two RBIs and two runs scored during his five-game hitting streak and is 5-9 with two doubles so far in this series against Long Island.

The Opposition: Ducks’ catcher Mike Dowd, a former Seattle Mariners’ prospect, is hitting .478 (11-23) during his six-game hitting streak with three doubles, four RBIs, and three runs scored. 

New Britain- RHP Anthony Marzi (3-1, 2.95) | Long Island- John Brownell (8-4, 3.18)

Key to the Game: UConn Do It- Making the spot start tonight, Anthony Marzi has been one of the Bees’ best and most reliable pitchers for Stan Cliburn since the calendar flipped to August. In three games of relief in August, the UConn alum has not allowed a run while allowing just four hits and striking out ten in 13.1 innings, proving himself capable of being extremely effective for multiple innings.  

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Song of the Day: “Winning Streak”- Glen Hansard


Bees Buzz: Bees manager Stan Cliburn enters tonight’s game with 1,598 career wins in his career…Craig Maddox has a seven-game hitting streak against the Ducks…In eight games vs. Long Island this year, Greg Golson paces the Bees with a .382 batting average (13-34) with four extra-base hits, five RBIs and five runs scored…

About the New Britain Bees
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About the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB)
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