|January 16, 2019||vs Blackwater Elite||4:30 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|January 20, 2019||vs NLEX Road Warriors||4:30 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|January 25, 2019||vs Columbian Dyip||4:30 PM||Ynares Center - Antipolo|
|February 8, 2019||vs Rain or Shine Elasto Painters||7:00 PM||Mall of Asia Arena|
|February 27, 2019||vs Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters||7:00 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|March 1, 2019||vs Barangay Ginebra San Miguel||7:00 PM||Mall of Asia Arena|
|March 8, 2019||vs Meralco Bolts||4:30 PM||Cuneta Astrodome|
|March 10, 2019||vs San Miguel Beermen||4:30 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|March 20, 2019||vs Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok||7:00 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|March 24, 2019||vs Talk 'N Text KaTropa Texters||7:00 PM||Smart Araneta Coliseum|
|March 27, 2019||vs Alaska Aces||4:30 PM||Cuneta Astrodome|
Last 2017-18 PBA Philippine Cup, the Batang Pier finished seventh in the eliminations round having 5-6 win-loss card.
During last year’s first conference, it was the start of coach Pido Jarencio handling the team.
It was also a time when Terrence Romeo got sidelined due to an injury.
Stanley Pringle began his breakout year by taking care the scoring void left by their scoring champ.
Likewise, guys like Nico Elorde, Jonathan Grey and of course their usual dependable energy player Sean Anthony stepped up their game.
GlobalPort (now NorthPort) were able to qualify in the playoffs and they clashed with Magnolia Hotshots which carries a twice-to-beat advantage.
Magnolia only needed one game to eliminate the Batang Pier as they advanced to the semi-final round.