Fresno Grizzlies (30-14) at Albuquerque Isotopes (26-19)
5:35 PM PDT at Isotopes Park
Radio: 105.5 FM “The Truth”
Justin Christian may have went hitless last night, ending his hitting streak at 14 games, but the centerfielder walked in his final at-bat of the game, thus extending his consecutive on-base streak to 15 games. If Christian reaches base safely in tonight’s game, he will tie Roger Kieschnick (April 16-May 2) for the longest consecutive game on-base streak by a Grizzlies hitter this season at 16 games.
Grizzlies manager Bob Mariano is going for his 200th career win tonight. After posting a 30-14 record this season, Mariano currently holds a 199-183 career record (.521 winning percentage). Mariano entered the season with a 169-169 record over three seasons.
The Grizzlies have the best road record in the PCL with a 15-5 mark (.750), leading the second-place Sacramento River Cats (14-7, .667). Including last night’s loss, three of the Grizzlies five losses on the road this season have occurred in a walk-off fashion. The other two walk-off losses for Fresno were on April 23 at Tacoma and May 6 at Colorado Springs.