B-Mets Sweep Flying Squirrels

Published 06/20 2014 09:59AM

Updated 06/20 2014 10:23AM

The B-Mets won the first two games of their homestand against the Richmond Flying Squirrels and they were looking for the sweep in game three.

After two and a half scoreless innings, bottom of the third two outs, Tyler Pill takes a solo shot to right.

Pill is the first B-Mets pitcher to hit a home run since 2001. B-Mets go up 1-0.

Bottom of the fourth, Dustin Lawley hits a double to left center. Brandon Nimmo busts it around the bases to score all the way from first.

B-Mets increase the lead to 2-0.

Pill would finish with 4 RBI's on the night to go along with nine strikeouts in eight shut out innings.

Mets win 6-0.

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