Hop in, we're taking a trip
This trip feels incredibly different than the last the Bisons took. There’s a sense of confidence and character starting to show with this team that had it tucked away after a rough first month.
After finishing a Pawtucket/Scranton swing 2-5 the Bisons went home, won six of eight and picked up two of the three against Syracuse. I feel the Herd is on the brink of something big.
We’ve been sensing this team has that ability since the spring training reports. What a difference flipping the calendar can make. Back-to-back starting pitching performances from Sowers and Slocum set the table for wins against the Chiefs after they won the first five head-to-head match ups. Now the Bisons enter a series with Rochester, a team that has dropped their last six.
Make an impromptu decision, get in the car and watch the Herd on the road. Very few fans ever get to see their favorite team play wearing road grays. You do! It’s a short drive and you’ll get the opportunity to sit close to the Herd’s dugout. The players notice and appreciate the support when they glance in the stands and see Buffalo caps, jerseys and jackets.
Bring your radio – Duke is back on the air to open the series that wraps around the weekend. Hope to see you in the Flower City.