FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Brady Laber, Director of Baseball Operations
MOBILE: 513 477-8553
TWITTER: @cincinnatisteam or @BradyLaber1
CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Steam’s home game tonight (Friday, June 10) versus the Xenia Scouts has been rained out. The game will be made up as a double header on June 30 at Grady’s Field on the Athletes in Action Complex in Xenia.
The Super Hero Night promotion will now be moved to Saturday, June 25 at Max McLeary Field.
The Steam will now play its next game on the road, traveling Saturday to historic McBride Stadium for its first ever matchup with the Richmond Jazz. The Jazz are one of two newest teams in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League for the 2016 season. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05pm and Matt Kent (Xavier) will get the start in his Steam debut.
You can listen to Brady Laber’s broadcast on cincinnatisteam.com by clicking the Listen Live button on the front page.
The Cincinnati Steam has earned a spot in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League playoffs in nine of its ten previous seasons. Three times the Steam has played in the GLSCL championship round including winning the title in both 2008 and 2009.
The Great Lakes Summer Collegiate, which is entering its 29th season and has 12 teams, is a wood-bat league that is certified by the NCAA and is partially funded by Major League Baseball. The league boasts several players that have earned service time in major league baseball including six former Steam players.
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