The U.S. Military All-Stars played the Northwest Indiana Oilmen for the fourth time and the first since 2016 on Monday.
The Oilmen and the U.S. Military All-Stars will play on a special night that is about more than baseball.
The first pitch will be part of a baseball game between the Oilmen and the U.S. Military All-Star to honor veterans and active-duty service members.
Indiana Fallen Heroes honors Indiana soldiers lost since 9/11.
The team is made up of active duty service men.
The Oilmen games slated for Friday and Saturday have been called off.
Joliet prevailed 11-10 in a strange game at Wayne L. King Junior Field that was shortened due to darkness.
The Oilmen are 6-1 over their last seven games.
Great pitching and solid hiiting help the Oilmen get their first win against the Hounds this season.
The Oilmen return to action following the All-Star break with a trip to Lemont.
For the first time in league history, the All-Star Game was rained out on Saturday.
Eight Oilmen will compete in the annual event.
The Oilmen saw their five-game winning streak end with Friday's 4-2 setback to Southland.
The red-hot Oilmen can move into a tie for the MCL lead if they beat the Vikings at Oil City Stadium.
Johnny Vesevick struck out 11 while allowing just three hits in seven innings on Thursday.
The Oilmen will visit Crestwood for the first time since the second game of the season in late May.
The Oilmen offense stays hot in a two-game sweep of the Bloomington Bobcats at the Corn Crib.
The Oilmen travel to Normal, Illinois to take on the Bobcats in a pair of games.
The Oilmen offense has come to life with situational hitting to go along with four homers in the last two days.
The Oilmen and Joliet have not played a full nine-inning game yet this season without weather issues.