Muckdog's competitive in tough division
Centre Daily Times, which covers the State College Spikes, has an article this morning about "brutally competitive" Pinckney Division of the NY-Penn league.
The six-team Pinckney Division, the largest in size and smallest in markets of the New York-Penn League’s three divisions, has turned brutally competitive.
Consistent Jamestown entered Saturday holding a tenuous lead.
Talented Batavia, which includes four players selected in the first five rounds of this year’s draft and five teenagers, trailed the Jammers by a game.
Two games behind Batavia rested Auburn which has won the division every year since 2002.
Two games behind Auburn stood Williamsport.
The Jammers (27-15), Muckdogs (26-16) and Doubledays (24-18) entered this weekend with the league’s best records.
It should be a great race to the wire. Jamestown, Batavia and Auburn all won yesterday.
Today's game is at 4:05 p.m. against Williamsport. Tickets are only $5 per person for general admiission.
UPDATE: Here's an article from the Auburn perspective.