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By New York Boulders Baseball, 08/26/21, 12:45PM EDT


Rockland County, NY (August 26, 2021) – The New York Boulders’ “Push for the Playoffs” continues this weekend as they begin a six-game road trip in New Jersey on Friday, Aug. 27.

The Boulders will take on the host Jackals in a three-game weekend set that includes games on Saturday, Aug. 28, and concludes on Sunday, Aug. 29. Game time on Friday for game one of the series is 7 p.m., followed by a 6:05 p.m. start on Saturday. The finale on Sunday is a matinee set for a 2:05 p.m. first pitch.

After a day off on Monday, Aug. 30, the Boulders head to Washington (PA) to battle the Wild Things, who are in a tight race for first place in the Northeast Division of the Frontier League, sitting right on the heels of division leading Sussex County.

The three-game set with the Wild Things will run from Tuesday, Aug. 31 to Thursday, Sept. 2. Each game is set to commence at 7:05 p.m.

With the regular season nearing an end, each game is magnified in importance for the Boulders as they continue their fight for the Atlantic Division crown.

If you can’t watch the games on Frontier League TV, follow along on Twitter (@nyboulders) or Facebook (New York Boulders Baseball).

Information regarding tickets to individual New York Boulders’ games, as well 2022 season tickets and packages are available by calling 845-364-0009 or sliding to Individual game tickets are on sale now.


Debuting in 1993, the Frontier League is the largest and longest-running of the modern independent leagues and features teams stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and from the Ohio River to the St. Lawrence Seaway. In September of 2020, the Frontier League reached an agreement to become a “Partner League” with Major League Baseball.


As a “Partner League,” the Frontier League and its teams will meet on a regular basis with MLB representatives to discuss joint marketing and promotional opportunities, as well as collaborate on initiatives to provide organized baseball to communities throughout the United States and Canada.

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