Due to Tuesday night's rainout in Batavia, the Jamestown Jammers and the Muckdogs will conclude the New York-Penn League season with a twin bill today, starting at 4 p.m. at Diethrick Park.
The Pinckney Division games are very important because the Muckdogs (44-30) are 1 games behind the Pinckney Division leader Auburn (46-29) and also trail Brooklyn (45-30) by a half game for a wild-card berth.
Either Auburn or Batavia will represent the Pinckney Division as champion while Brooklyn, right now, is ahead as the wild-card team.
The team that is in serious jeopardy is Batavia, which has to have certain things happen to make the playoffs.
The two teams that come out of that will join McNamara Division leading Hudson Valley (51-24) and Stedler Division leading Tri-City (51-24) in making the playoffs.
Tri-City hosts Hudson Valley on the final day with the winner having the best record in the league.
Jamestown has a record of 33-40 entering the final day of the season and trails State College with a 34-41 record for third place in the Pinckney.