Following April 22nd's rainout against Erie the Binghamton Mets bagin a seven-game road swing April 23  when they faced the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.  Binghamton carried a record of 8-5 into the action while the Fisher Cats were 6-8.

Binghamton hoped to carry momentum from their last outing when the B-Mets came from behind with a four-run eighth inning to defeat the SeaWolves 5-2.  Dustin Lawley's home run keyed the B-Mets rally.  Josh Rodriguez also homered in that contest.

Following four games against the Fisher Cats the B-Mets travel to Portland to face the Sea Dogs for three in a row April 27-30.