The Flying Chanclas de San Antonio will host the Brazos Valley Bombers Tuesday night at Wolff Stadium in Game 1 of the Texas Collegiate League playoffs.
The best-of-3 series between the South Division rivals will shift to Bryan for Game 2 on Wednesday night. Game 3 would be held Thursday, also in Bryan, if necessary.
If the Chanclas can get past the Bombers, they would play the winner of a North Division series between Tulsa and the Amarillo Sod Squad.
A winner-take-all, TCL title game would be played Saturday night.
According to the TCL, if Amarillo wins the North, Amarillo would host the championship game. If Tulsa wins, the winner of the San Antonio – Brazos Valley series would host.
The Bombers won four of six meetings against the Chanclas this season.
Brazos Valley (18-12) on Sunday completed a three-game sweep of the Victoria Generals in the regular-season finale for each team. The Bombers won 11-1 in Bryan.
The Chanclas (16-12) didn’t play any of their three regularly-scheduled games against the Round Rock Hairy Men this weekend.
The first game of the series was rained out in Round Rock on Friday night. On Saturday, the Hairy Men announced the end of their season after members of their team tested positive for Covid-19.
As a result, the Chanclas got credit for two victories in the official standings and Round Rock got two losses.
In an exhibition game Saturday night at Wolff Stadium, the Chanclas, playing with several newcomers to the roster, defeated Texas USA of the CENTEX League, 10-1.
Here is the TCL playoff schedule as spelled out in a Monday morning Twitter post from the league office:
Brazos Valley Bombers at the Flying Chanclas, 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, at Wolff Stadium, San Antonio.
Flying Chanclas at Bombers, 7:05 p.m. Wednesday, at Travis Field, Bryan.
(If necessary) Flying Chanclas at Bombers, 7:05 p.m., Thursday, at Travis Field, Bryan.
Amarillo Sod Squad at Tulsa Drillers, 7:05 p.m., Tuesday.
Tulsa at Amarillo, 7:05 p.m., Wednesday.
(If necessary) Tulsa at Amarillo, 7:05 p.m. Thursday.
Teams TBA, at either Amarillo, or the South Division winner’s home ball park, 7:05 p.m., Saturday