Isles at home
Charlottetown Islanders to host Moncton Fisher Cats tonight at Memorial Field.
It’s back to work and back in time for the Charlottetown Gaudet’s Auto Body Islanders tonight when in hosts the Moncton Fisher Cats in New Brunswick Senior Baseball League action in Charlottetown.
Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Field, but that’s for concluding the game suspended seven days ago in Charlottetown because of rain.
The game was tied 2-2 in the top of the sixth inning.
After that game is done and a short break, the teams will play the regularly scheduled contest.
Charlottetown (14-9) is coming of two, one-run losses, 5-4 and 4-3, against the Fredericton Royals suffered last weekend in Fredericton, N.B., and sit two games behind the league leaders.
Moncton (12-8) is third, twoand-half games back, and has won six-of-seven games after the Islanders beat the Fisher Cats 6-3 back on July 7 in Charlottetown.
Moncton, however, leads the league in rainouts. So far, eight games were rained out and Moncton has seven of them.
Morgan MacLean leads the Isles with a .365 batting average while Dillon Doucette leads the league in runs batted in (26).
Moncton’s Pat Godin is second in the league in batting (.379) and leads the squad with 13 RBIs.
Charlottetown’s Alex Abbott is out with a broken right hand.
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