The two teams meet once more at Bosse Field tonight with the first pitch scheduled at 6:35pm.

The Otters won both games against the River City Rascals during Wednesday's double-header putting them in a two-team tie for first place in the Frontier League East Division, and a two-team tie for second in the overall league standings. A win tonight, and a loss by the Washington Wild Things will give the Otters sole possession of first place in the East.

Tonight's home game marks the final appearance at Bosse Field for the Otters until a long, five game home stand beginning Wednesday, June 5th with a double-header (two seven-inning games) against division rivals the Southern Illinois Miners beginning at 4:35pm.

As I've said before, taking the family to an Otters game is by far one of the best values for your entertainment budget. Even if baseball isn't your thing, just sitting in the stands on a nice summer night enjoying some popcorn, and an ice cold beverage of your choice of course, is a great way to spend the evening.

The June 5th double-header is also Deaconess and Mary Kay Night at the ballpark with free tickets available from both businesses. The night will also feature $1.00 hot dogs.

Keep listening to 106-1 KISS-FM for your chance to win free tickets to these or any Evansville Otters home game during the 2013 season.