Skinectady, NY – The Union College baseball team split with its Liberty League doubleheader Wasser College on Sunday afternoon at Shuttleworth Park. One game was captured by the Dutch 8-5, but the second game was abandoned by a 7-2 margin.
Game 1: Union 8, Wasar 5
First year Chris Sutter There was another solid outing at the top of the hill Sebastian Pike He did a lot of damage to the plate to lead the Dutch to an 8-5 victory in the first game.
Sutter (3-1) conceded just one run in four hits with five strikeouts in 6.1 innings, conceding one run in the first inning and then keeping the Breweries off the scoreboard. Pike played a big game on the plate, hitting a homer, double, three runs and scoring two runs, going 3 for 4 in senior time. Jack Dinnano And junior John Santos Two RBIs each were added.
Wassar scored first in the opening half-inning, and Sutter pushed a double-play ball, but the throw threw the first baseman out of the bag. But in the second year of the first year, the Dutch came back with a two-out rally Sam Strauss Single, came everywhere in the pike’s double. Junior after an infield single Jack Davis Activating the innings, the Union successfully held a double still to take a 2-1 lead.
The Dutch broke the deadlock with five more runs in the third innings. Dinano leads the team in Santos’ sixth homer of the year, scoring the first run with an RBI single. After the senior double goals Colby Nash The innings stretched and Pike made it 7-1 with a ball over the top of the left-field fence.
After Dinano’s RBI singles in the fourth, the Brewers plate four runs to make the game fun, and the bats remained silent for both teams until the top of the eighth. But the bases loaded with two outs, Jr. Harry Azadian He got a strike out to escape the jam and put the Dutch ahead, and then added a ninth score without a score to save.
Game 2: Wasser 7, Union 2
Wasar, who scored four times in the first two innings, did not look back on a 7-2 victory, so Union were not at fault in the second game of the day.
Union, who played as visitors in Game Two, reached the first scoreboard in favor of a hit. Second year Kobe Mentor The center fielder misjudged his single and led it to third base, where he then ran home in a wild pitch. However, the Brewers returned with three men in the lower half to take a 3-1 lead after one frame, adding another in the second.
In the fifth inning, Wasar added three more runs with Nick Greenhot’s two runs and a ball. The Dutch got a run back, thanks to a walk, single and wild pitch, but the Union trapped two runners in the scoring position to end the threat.
Sr. Justin Cabanas He had two of the team’s five hits back then, while Mentor scored one run for two and two runs for two. Second year Bryce Fournier (0-3) Union conceded defeat, conceding four runs off six hits in three innings.
Union and Vassar will finish their three-game series as the Dutch head to Pokmon for a nine-inning match starting at 4pm on Tuesday.