Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Everybody (On The Barnstormers) Hits

For a while, things looked good for the Camden Riversharks tonight.

 Trailing the 'Stormers 3-0 going into the bottom of the 4th, Chris Walker led off the inning with a triple. Lloyd Turner singled in Walker, and Brian Burgamy and Eduardo Perez both walked. Drew Macias drove in Turner and Burgamy with a single to left, and suddenly the game was tied.

 Starter Keith Weiser retired Lancaster in order in the top of the fifth, and the 'Sharks took a 5-3 lead when Brian Burgamy smoked a ball to the outfield fence, scoring Turner and Felix Pie.

 Enter Blake King.

King subbed for Weiser in the top of the sixth, hereafter to be know as "the inning the wheels fell off". Lancaster scored four runs, on only one hit. The 'Sharks committed three errors, and the combination of King and Zach Hammes walked four batters.

The 'Stormers led 7-5, and never trailed again. Tacking on 8 MORE RUNS in the 7th and 8th innings, the final score was Lancaster 15, Camden 5.

Barnstormers shortstop Jesus Marchan had a career night, going 5 for 6 with an RBI.

'Sharks DH Colin Roberson FINALLY got a hit, doubling his average to a gaudy .077.

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