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Published On: July 19th, 2015

By Luke Tanaka, Radio Broadcaster

Battle Creek, Mich. – Rain and unplayable field conditions forced the postponement of the Battle Creek Bombers and Madison Mallards Saturday night matchup. 

The Bombers and Mallards will resume Saturday's game, which is currently in the bottom of the first, at 4:05 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon. Twenty minutes after the conclusion of the full nine-inning game one, the two teams will wrap up their series with a seven-inning game two. 

Tonight's game was suspended in the bottom of the first after Lin Li (Taiwan) singled in Brennon Lund (BYU) with one out in the first, giving Battle Creek a 1-0 lead. The game will resume in the bottom of the first tomorrow with one out, Dre Gleason (Austin Peay) at the plate, Dan Swain (Siena) on second, and Li on first. 

Fans with tickets to today's game can use them for tomorrow's doubleheader or any future 2015 Bombers home game.

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