York, PA – Today the Somerset Patriots (39-29, 89-49) are in the Keystone State to battle the York Revolution (39-29, 63-75) for the final game of a four game weekend series. First pitch is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. from Santander Stadium. Download today’s comprehensive game notes. This is the final game of the 2015 regular season. The Patriots are 13-6 against the Revolution this year. Somerset leads the all-time series 89-86 as they’ve been rivals since 2007.
Starting Pitching Matchup
Righty Will Oliver (6-1, 2.94 ERA) toes the rubber for Somerset while fellow righty hurler Matt Neil (3-8, 4.47 ERA) will toss for York
History On Horizon?
The Patriots must win today to set a franchise record for most overall wins in a season. The franchise record is 90 accomplished in 2013.
Power To All Fields
Matt Fields has homered in three of his last four games. He has 12 RBI in 12 starts and five homers this month
Smack The Quack
The Patriots first round playoff opponent will be the Long Island Ducks. The Patriots were 9-11 against the Ducks this year. 16 of the 20 meetings between these squads were decided by three runs or fewer. This is a rematch of the 2013 Championship Series.
Repeat As Champs
Last night the Patriots clinched the Second Half Liberty Division Title. They’ve now won four consecutive half titles.
Greg Hopkins has hit safely in 15 of his last 17 games where over that span he has 4 HRs, 14 RBI and is hitting .323
The Patriots have clubbed tree grand slams this month (Greg Hopkins, David Vidal, Matt Fields
Robert Andino has hit safely in 6 of his last 7 games. The 9 year MLB player from 2005-13 has been consistently good as of late.
A Cut Above The Rest
David Vidal has 5 HRs and 12 RBI this month
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.
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 2:00 p.m. eastern on 1450 AM WCTC or www.wctcam.com.