PawSox Game Postponed Today (Tuesday) At McCoy

By Pawtucket Red Sox | April 26, 2016 10:41 AM

Today's (Tuesday's) scheduled International League game between the host Pawtucket Red Sox and the Syracuse Chiefs at McCoy Stadium has been postponed due to inclement weather and a forecast for heavy rain throughout the afternoon. The game will be made-up as part of a doubleheader during Syracuse's next trip to McCoy on June 21st at 5:35 pm.

Fans holding box seat tickets or general admission tickets (without a specific rainout date printed on them) for Tuesday can trade those in for any remaining regular-season game at McCoy.

This is the second home rainout this season for the PawSox - the other came on Opening Night, April 7 vs. Buffalo. Pawtucket had just one home rainout all of last season (April 20, 2015 vs. Buffalo).

The 1st-place PawSox will enjoy their first scheduled off-day of the season tomorrow (Wednesday) before resuming this home and home series with a 4-game set in Syracuse continuing on Thursday night at 7:05 pm. The Sox will be on the road for a 7-game trip through May 4 (four in Syracuse and three more in Lehigh Valley) before returning to McCoy on Thursday, May 5 for a 4-game series (and homestand) vs. Rochester.   

NEXT ON TAP - The probable pitching match-ups for the continuation of the series at Syracuse:

                                                Pawtucket                                                             Syracuse

Thur.      6:35 pm                 LHP Brian Johnson (1-2, 2.51)         vs.           RHP A.J. Cole (1-1, 7.71)

Fri.          6:35 pm                 LHP Roenis Elias (0-1, 3.86)             vs.           RHP Taylor Hill (0-1, 2.87)

Sat.         1:05 pm                 RHP Keith Couch (0-1, 5.14)            vs.           RHP Austin Voth (0-1, 2.00)

Sun.        1:05 pm                 RHP Sean O'Sullivan (2-2, 3.12)      vs.           LHP Aaron Laffey (2-0, 1.93)


This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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