July 10th Game Notes; Ducks @ Patriots


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Bridgewater, NJ – Tonight the Somerset Patriots (0-0, 50-20) begin the second half of 2015 Atlantic League Play as they host the Long Island Ducks (0-0, 46-23) for the first game of a three game weekend series. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. from TD Bank Ballpark. Download today’s comprehensive game notes. Somerset is 3-4 against Long Island this season as these squads are in the midst of playing each other 9 times in a 14 game span.

First pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m.
First pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m.

Starting Pitching Matchup

Lefty Matt Zielinski (3-1, 2.71 ERA) toes the rubber for Somerset while righty hurler John Brownell (6-1, 3.23 ERA) will toss for Long Island

Postseason Bound

The Patriots boast the best record in the Atlantic League and have secured a postseason bid for the third consecutive season and for the 12th time in the franchise’s 18 years of existence. The Patriots are 1st Half Liberty Division Champions.

History Happened

The Patriots have established an Atlantic League record for most wins in a single half with 50. The previous high was 48 done once by the 2005 Atlantic City Surf and once by the 2013 Sugar Land Skeeters.

Clash Of The Titans

The Patriots and Ducks have the number one and two offenses in the Atlantic League and number one and two pitching staffs in the Atlantic League

Welcome To Pro Ball

Newcomers Vinny Zarrillo and Jose Reyes each tallied their first career professional base hits last weekend. They are 22 and 23 years old respectively.

Cardiac Pats

The Patriots have already played 12 extra inning games and have 15 wins in their final at bat including eight walk-off wins

Series Sealers

Somerset is 12-2-2 in its last 16 series

Follow Us

Be sure to follow the Patriots on twitter @SOMPatriots for immediate updates. Listen the Patriots play-by-play voice Justin Antweil broadcast the game starting at 7:05 p.m. eastern on 1450 AM WCTC or www.wctcam.com.


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