CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Steam game versus the Hamilton Joes has been postponed due to poor field conditions. The game will be made up as the first game of a double header on July 23 in Hamilton at Foundation Field.
The Steam will play Saturday afternoon against the Licking County Settlers in Newark, Ohio. The time and the venue has been changed in recent days by the Settlers organization.
The game is now scheduled to be played at Licking Valley High School at 4:05pm.
Unfortunately the field can not accommodate a broadcast or the Pointstreak live game updates. Unless you are in attendance the only way to get live updates is via the Steam’s Twitter account @cincinnatisteam.
There will be a full post game recap on the Cincinnati Steam website at www.cincinnatisteam.com
The Steam return home Sunday to Max McLeary Field taking on the Settlers at 6:05pm.
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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