Otters and Wild Things Postponed Due To Rain

WASHINGTON, Pa.– The Evansville Otters and Washington Wild Things suspended play on Sunday due to heavy rain.

The game will resume when the Wild Things visit Bosse Field in July

Before the weather arrived, the Otters were leading 2-0 heading into the top of the third inning.

Dane Phillips delivered on a deep blast over the centerfield wall. It is Phillips’s tenth home run of the year, however it will not become official until the game has concluded.

Max Duval had also thrown two no-hit innings. The Otters starter had struck out four.

The Otters will return to Bosse Field on Tuesday to begin a six-game homestand against Gateway and Southern Illinois.

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