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Chatham's schedule for the 2022 season has been released, with its season-opener slated for June 12 against Cotuit at Veterans Field.
The Anglers have two additional home games in the next two days after their opener, against Harwich and Hyannis, but then they don't play more than two games in a row at Veterans Field for the rest of the season. Following its matchup versus the Harbor Hawks, Chatham has one its 10 off days throughout the season.
All home games at Veterans Field will start at 7 p.m., with the exception of the team's home double-header against Hyannis on June 26, which will start at 4:30 pm. All away games will start between 5 and 7 p.m., but Chatham also has a road double header at 4:00 p.m. versus Hyannis on June 19.
The Anglers will have six more matchups in the regular season than they did last year as the CCBL returns to its 44-game schedule. The 2022 season also marks the return of the All-Star game on July 23 at Wareham. Less than two weeks later, Chatham's regular season finale takes place at Harwich on Aug. 2.
Following one final off day, the CCBL postseason starts on Aug. 4 and ends on Aug. 12. The postseason will return to its original format with four teams in each division qualifying for the postseason, setting up three rounds of a best-of-three series. Chatham did not qualify for the playoffs in 2021, and the Anglers last made it to the postseason when it lost to Harwich in 2019.
Fans can enjoy all of the Chatham Anglers broadcasts on the Cape Cod Baseball Network in conjunction with TRZ Teamline. All games, both home and away, can be heard online and by a toll-free telephone number. A multi-camera HD video stream accompanies broadcasts for all home games.
Broadcasts begin 20 minutes prior to first pitch with a pregame show consisting of The Manager's Show with Tom Holliday and Catch of the Day with featured player guests. The Anglers Extra postgame show follows each game, complete with highlights and interviews. Additional broadcast content will be published on the Chatham Anglers' digital media channels, including SoundCloud and YouTube. More information about Chatham broadcasts and the Cape Cod Baseball Network is available at Broadcast Central.