The Colorado Rockies’ Eastern League affiliate is down to their last couple of weeks in New Britain, before moving on to Hartford for 2016.
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The Hartford Yard Goats are already lining up sponsorships, so you know the clock is ticking for the poor New Britain Rock Cats.
But no, really — the Hartford (the insurance company?) is going to sponsor the Hartford Yard Goats.
Anyways, there was exciting stuff to go on this week, too… on the field. To wit:
The last week (2-4): The Rock Cats had kind of a tough week, including being swept in a road series by the Reading Fightin’ Phils after finishing up their homestand on a strong note.
The Phils would snatch all three games from New Britain, though, and send the Rock Cats back to Connecticut with an oh-fer on the short trip. Now, the Cats have Trenton and Binghamton at home for six this upcoming week, before heading back out on the road for their second-to-last road trip of the season.
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