The Watertown Rams will play a one-game playoff at Elmira at 7 tonight to begin the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League West Division postseason.
Watertown’s scheduled regular season finale against the Adirondack Trail Blazers was cancelled Wednesday night due to rain and thunderstorms in Boonville.
Watertown went 3-1 this season at Elmira’s Dunn Field and finished 4-3 against the Pioneers overall.
The Rams concluded their regular season with a 24-21 record and had already been locked into third place in the PGCBL West Division.
The winner of tonight’s game will play Newark, which captured the division title with a 4-1 victory over Glens Falls Wednesday, in the best-of-three West Division championship series scheduled to begin on Friday.
Last year, the Rams went 29-19 en route to the West Division title before being swept in the best-of-three divisional championship series by Elmira.
In the East Division playoffs, Albany will play at Mohawk Valley in a one-game playoff tonight. The winner will face division champion Amsterdam.