Thursday, September 15, 2011

Camden Crushes Their Enemies, Sees Them Driven Before Them, Hears The Lamentations Of Their Women...

Wilkin De La Rosa had another strong outing, and the Sharks bats came alive tonight, scoring 8 runs on 11 hits as Camden beat Lancaster 8-1 at Clipper Magazine Stadium.

De La Rosa threw six strong innings, not allowing a run and giving up only three hits while striking out six.

The game was scoreless until the sixth. Camden struck first, when Danny Richar singled in Lloyd Turner. Two batters later, a Jake Eigsti double scored Richar and Brian Burgamy to make it 3-0.

The Stormers got one back in the seventh when Gilberto Mejia singled in Tommy Everidge to cut the led to 3-1. But that was as close as they would get.

Camden came right back in the top of the eighth, when Jonel Pacheco plated Richar, and Burgamy scored on a wild pitch from reliever Jon Huber. Next, Toby Hall singled in Eigsti to make it 6-1.

The Sharks tacked on two more in the ninth when, with Richar on first, Burgamy tattooed a fastball from reliever Justin Segal over the wall for his 17th homer of 2011.

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