Going to the game? Here's what you need to know:
Buffalo Bisons (Toronto Blue Jays) vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (New York Yankees)
First Pitch: 7:05 p.m.
Weather: It will be 77 degrees and sunny down at the stadium, so you may not even need a sweatshirt. Check the Weather.com report for updates.
Promotions: The first 3,000 fans through the Swan Street entrance get a Bisons camouflage jersey.
Starting Pitchers: The Herd's Roberto Hernandez (4-3) will face Phil Coke (3-2), a nine-year MLB veteran with 400 games under his belt.
Last game: The Bisons defeated the Louisville Bats, 4-3, for the team's ninth straight win.
Bisons Prospects: Four Bisons players were named to the Triple-A All-Star Game yesterday: designated hitter Jesus Montero, closer Dustin Antolin, starting pitcher Drew Hutchinson and reliever Ben Rowen. The Bisons haven't had this many all-stars in a season since 2005.
RailRiders Prospects: Right fielder Aaron Judge and catcher Gary Sanchez are the Yankees' second and third-ranked prospects, respectively, according to MLB.com. Left fielder Ben Gamel is ranked 12th.
Records: The Bisons are 46-34 and have won their last nine games. The win streak has propelled them into second place and two games back of the RailRiders, who are currently 48-32.
Hot batter: Center fielder Darrell Ceciliani has a five-game hit streak since being optioned to Buffalo from Toronto, including a three-hit game against Indianapolis. He hit his first home run since his return last night.
Major connection: In addition to the previously mentioned Coke, the RailRiders also have former Yankee and Indian Nick Swisher and Luis Severino, who was sent down by the Yankees after struggling in the majors this season.
The homestand: The Bisons will be home for this four-game series before heading down the road for a series with the Rochester Red Wings.
Tickets: $11-13, bisons.com, Coca-Cola Field Box Office.