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It was a mixed bag of attendance numbers when one looks back at summer collegiate baseball in Berkshire County, and in New England.
The Suns developed a nickname, calling themselves "Gritty Pitty," as the team played all 27 outs in a game with equal fervor. The championship game in Burlington on Friday was just such one such example.
After the best season in organization history, the Pittsfield Suns are deserving of a Wahconah Park facelift before next year. The city of Pittsfield should get on that starting Monday.
Pittsfield's ninth-inning rally falls a bit short as the Suns are beaten in Game 3 of the Futures League Championship Series.
One game. That's what will decide if the Pittsfield Suns or Vermont Lake Monsters will win their first Futures League championship.
There will be no celebration yet. The Pittsfield Suns lost to the Vermont Lake Monsters 12-5 in Game 2 of the Futures League championshhip series. A winner-take-all Game 3 is Friday in Vermont.
The Pittsfield Suns win the opener of the best-of-3 series for the Futures League championship, beating Vermont 10-2. Game 2 is tonight at Wahconah Park at 6:35 p.m.
The Pittsfield Suns are going to their first-ever Futures League championship series. The Suns rallied from four runs down to beat Brockton 8-6 Monday night, winning the best-of-three series 2 games to 1.
The Pittsfield Suns were one pitch away from going home for the season. With the bases loaded, reliever Stephen Quigley got Brockton's Erick Ramirez to ground into a game-ending double play. With Sunday's 6-5 win, the Suns force Game 3 at Wahconah Park Monday.
The Pittsfield Suns’ playoff future came down to one game Friday night.