The opportunity to play two games in succession appears to be almost as difficult as sweeping a doubleheader these days. Throughout April, unstable weather patterns doused much of New England with heavy rain and cold temperatures.
Because of it, game postponements have been rampant, causing headaches for athletic directors left scrambling to find open dates for important make-ups.
The last thing teams in the hunt for a league title want to see are games pushed back and added to the tail end of the regular season. Carefully monitoring pitcher workloads is a challenge under normal schedule circumstances. Make-ups are an added burden.
On those rare occasions when skies cleared, some schools were able to slip in a game.