Baysox can’t battle back in loss to New Hampshire

| June 12, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Baysox 2016The Baysox fell behind early and could not battle back in a 7-3 Sunday afternoon defeat in the rubber match of a three-game series to New Hampshire. The Fisher Cats scored three runs in the second and fourth innings to lead big early.

Bowie threatened in the opening inning but did not score. After a walk from Jeff Kemp, Garabez Rosa hit a long fly ball thwarted by the wind to left field. Another walk followed to Chance Sisco but the runners were left stranded as a Quincy Latimore line drive was snared at third.

New Hampshire went to work in the second inning. The Fisher Cats loaded the bases with no outs and Ian Parmley came to the plate. A wild pitch scored the first run and Parmley then singled home two more runs.

In the fourth inning, New Hampshire got home runs from unlikely sources. Ian Parmely and Roemen Fields each hit their first home runs of the year to push the New Hampshire lead to 6-0.

The Baysox battled back. A Glynn Davis RBI-single scored Austin Wynns in the fifth inning. Bowie got two more runs in the seventh inning on a Tucker Nathans RBI-single and an Austin Wynns sacrifice fly.

The Baysox return home Tuesday, June 14th for a 6:35 p.m. first pitch to open a three-game series with the Portland Sea Dogs. Get tickets at 301-805-6000 or online at baysox.com. John Means will make the start for Bowie.

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