Rumble Ponies Baseball to Return to Binghamton in May
Fans of the Binghamton Rumble Ponies can look forward to the team's home opener in less than three months.
The team is preparing to host the Altoona Curve on May 11, according to the 2021 season schedule released Thursday.
The Rumble Ponies are expected to compete in a 120-game season. The season opener will be May 4 on the road when the team is to take on the RubberDucks in Akron, Ohio.
All home stands will be six games long. They'll start on Tuesdays and conclude on Sundays.
The Rumble Ponies will participate in the newly-structured Double-A Northeast league.
Although the schedule of 60 home and 60 away games has been released, game times have not been announced.
Team officials say they expect to operate with a limited capacity at NYSEG Stadium in downtown Binghamton.
Season tickets and flex booklets are now available. People can contact the Rumble Ponies at (607) 722-3866 for information.
The Rumble Ponies last played in Binghamton in September 2019. The 2020 season was canceled because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE BELOW:
May 4-9: Akron Rubberducks (Away)
May 11-16: Altoona Curve (Home)
May 18-23: Erie Seawolves (Away)
May 25-30: Akron Rubberducks (Home)
June 1-6: New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Away)
June 8-13: Bowie Baysock (Home)
June 15-20: Portland Sea Dogs (Home)
June 22-27: Reading Fightin' Phils (Away)
June 29 - July 4: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Away)
July 6-11: New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Home)
July 13-18: Altoona Curve (Away)
July 20-25: Erie Seawolves (Home)
July 27-August 1: Hartford Yard Goats (Away)
August 3-8: Portland Sea Dogs (Home)
August 10-15: Hartford Yard Goats (Home)
August 17-22: Portland Sea Dogs (Away)
August 24-29: New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Away)
August 31 - September 5: Richmond Flying Squirrels (Home)
September 7-12: Portland Sea Dogs (Away)September 14-19:
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