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Grizzlies Finale In Ottawa Cancelled

by Jason Guerette
The Gateway Grizzlies announce that due to weather, the series finale in Ottawa against the Titans has been cancelled. Because the two clubs do not play each other again this season, the game will not be made up, and the Grizzlies will therefore be playing 95 regular season games in 2024.
Gateway now will continue their road trip on Friday, June 7, against the Québec Capitales in Quebec City. First pitch at Stade Canac is currently scheduled for 6:05 p.m. CT.

Jason Guerette is the Grizzlies' Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations and the "Voice of the Grizzlies." 2023 will be his second season with the organization, handling lead broadcasting duties on the Grizzlies Media Network as well as being in charge of all team press releases and game-day media materials.

2023 will also be Jason's ninth season in the Frontier League after spending 2014-21 in the same role with the Southern Illinois Miners. Overall, he has broadcasted close to 800 games in the league, including playoffs. During the baseball offseason, he serves as a play-by-play broadcaster for Manhattan College and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, with games being seen on ESPN+ among other platforms.

In addition to broadcasting, Jason works as a public address announcer for Seton Hall University women's basketball as well as Columbia University men's and women's basketball. He also spent nine years working "behind the scenes" as a freelance board operator and highlight editor at Westwood One for their coverage of the NFL, NCAA football, and NCAA basketball.

Jason graduated from Seton Hall in 2012 with B.A. in Communication Studies and a minor in Broadcasting & Visual Media.

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