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Rome splits doubleheader with Hagerstown, wins series

After Wednesday’s game with Hagerstown was postponed due to a wet playing surface, the Braves and Suns played a Thursday doubleheader of two seven inning games. Ricardo Sanchez got the first start of Thursday’s makeup doubleheader against the Suns, throwing six innings, but getting a no decision. He gave up two runs on eight hits, striking out two batters.

After Wednesday’s game with Hagerstown was postponed due to a wet playing surface, the Braves and Suns played a Thursday doubleheader of two seven inning games.

Both game summaries are shown below:

Game One

Suns pick up two late runs, beat Braves 4-2

Ricardo Sanchez got the first start of Thursday’s makeup doubleheader against the Suns, throwing six innings, but getting a no decision.  He gave up two runs on eight hits, striking out two batters.

The loss was credited to Josh Graham in the 4-2 Hagerstown seven inning victory, after giving up two late runs in relief on three hits.

Austin Riley and Jared James combined for Rome’s only two RBIs in the game, while Ray-Patrick Didder and Jonathan Morales each scored one apiece.  Morales went 2-for-2 in the game.

For a full recap of game one from the Rome Braves, click HERE.

 

Game Two

Rome’s gets ten hits in 6-2 win over Hagerstown

Hagerstown got two fifth inning runs off Rome’s Grayson Jones, but that would be it for the Suns in game two of Thursday’s doubleheader.  The Braves came out on top 6-2.

Oriel Caicedo started the game, throwing three scoreless innings, but the win went to Chase Johnson-Mullins, his second of the season.

Tyler Neslony had a 2-for-3 night for the Braves, with a run and an RBI.  Three Rome batters went 2-for-4 on the night in Didder, Josephina, and Carlos Castro who had two runs and and RBI of his own.

For a full recap of game two from the Rome Braves, click HERE.

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