Recaps From Yesterday (4/28)

Here's a recap from Atlantic League action yesterday:

Somerset Patriots - 14
Long Island Ducks - 3


The Somerset Patriots (1-2), got their first win of the season defeating the Long Island Ducks (2-1), 14-3 on Saturday night at TD Bank Park.

Somerset exploded for a 7-run fifth inning, which blew the game wide open. Every Somerset starter had at least one-hit. Yusuf Carter lead the way going 2-for-5 with a home run and 4 RBI. Brandon Sing had had his first home run for the Ducks. 

Complete game recap and box score from the Ducks website 

Lancaster Barnstormers - 3
Southern Maryland Blue Crabs - 2 


The Lancaster Barnstormers defeated the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs 3-2, in a rain soaked game on Saturday night at Regency Furniture Stadium.

Blue Crabs starter, Dan Riechert kept the Barnstormers in check through the first five innings allowing no runs, but was forced to leave the game when he was hit in the back with a line drive from Ryan Harvey.

Jamie Pedroza's 2-run home run off Blue Crabs closer Jim Ed Warden in the ninth inning put the 'Stormers ahead 3-1.  The Blue Crabs mounted a ninth inning rally but it fell short. 

Complete game recap and box score from the Barnstormers website 

Bridgeport Bluefish - 4 
Camden Riversharks - 1



The Bridgeport Bluefish (2-1) defeated the Camden Riversharks (1-2) on Saturday afternoon at the Ballpark at Harbor Yard, behind solid pitching from starting pitcher Paul Oseguera, and relievers Isaac Hess and Jonah Bayliss.

Oseguera pitched four solid innings, allowing a run on two hits while striking out five. Issac Hess relieved Oseguera and pitched four scoreless innings. Jonah Bayliss finished off the game with a solid ninth inning and picked up his first save of the season. 

Complete game recap and box score from the Bluefish website

Sugar Land Skeeters - 3
York Revolution - 1

The Sugar Land Skeeters (2-1) picked up their second win of the season defeating the York Revolution (1-2), 3-1 on Saturday at Constellation Field.

Sugar Land starter Bobby Livingston threw a solid five innings, allowing one run on three hits while striking out two. Ryan Houston worked a scoreless ninth inning to pick up his first save of the year.

Jimmy Van Ostrand and Colt Morton lead the Skeeters offense with two hits a piece. 

Complete game recap and box score from the Skeeters website

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