By Corbin Smith
The Kansas City Monarchs planned on finishing a three-game series against the Sioux City Explorers May 27, but Mother Nature had other plans in mind.
Due to inclement weather, the series finale has been postponed to August 11. The Monarchs will travel back to Sioux City, Iowa, to play two seven-inning games against the Explorers. Prior to the postponement, the two teams were already scheduled to play at Mercy Field at Lewis and Clark Park, so the only difference in the series will be an additional, abbreviated contest.
The Monarchs will return home to begin a six-game stretch at home May 28. The first series will host the Cleburne Railroaders while the second half of the stretch will host the Sioux Falls Canaries May 31 through June 2.
Northeast News will offer chances for readers to win tickets to home games, so keep an eye on our Facebook page! Additionally, the games will be broadcasted on the Monarchs Broadcast Network. The matchup between the Railroaders and the Monarchs is scheduled for pre-game to begin at 6:35 p.m. and first pitch at 7 p.m.