The Bridgeport Bluefish scored three runs in the top of the ninth for a come-from-behind 6-4 victory over the Camden Riversharks in game two of a double header Friday.
The Riversharks (7-9) got three runs in the first inning thanks to an error and two-run single from Colin Roberson. The Bluefish (11-5) got a run back in the second inning without recording a hit.
Three walks and a hit batter pushed the first run across, and then in the third Louis Lopez grounded out to score Colin Dellome.
Then the pitchers put up zeros across the board until the seventh, when Kennard Jones drove one up the middle to score Pedro Lopez and tie the game at 3-3.
Camden responded in the bottom of the frame when Billy Rice chased home Jake Elgsti with a one-out double to regain the lead.
But in the top of the ninth, John Lujan (1-2), surrendered three runs, capped by a two-out double from Prentice Redman to secure the win.
The Bluefish needed the win to pull even on the day. The Riversharks blew out Bridgeport 11-4 in game one on Baseball Education Day.
Brian Burgamy got things started with a three-run triple in the bottom of the first and the Riversharks never looked back. Burgamy now has a team high 16 RBIs and six in the last three games.