Binghamton and the Erie SeaWolves with another twin bill Wednesday.
Binghamton took both games of Monday’s doubleheader before Erie won last night’s contest.
Luc Rennie filled the void left by Gonzalez’s departure and it could’ve gone better.
First inning, and Josh Lester doesn’t miss on that one.
He crushes one over the scoreboard in right.
That’s a two-run shot and the SeaWolves up their lead to 3-0.
Things weren’t going well so I tried to help the Ponies out by switching camera angles, but it didn’t work.
Two batters later, Chace Numata ropes one down the right field line.
A pair of SeaWolves score to make it 5-0.
Erie would cruise to a win in game one by a final of 10-0.
Luckily for Binghamton, they had an opportunity to bounce right back after that loss.
On to game two of the doubleheader.
Jaison Vilera making his first Double-A appearance.
He got some help behind him with some strong defense.
Andres Gimenez with another spectacular play at shortstop.
He’s able to spin and fire in one motion for the out.
Then, in the 2nd, Vilera got some run support.
Dustin Houle fights one off down the first base line and into right.
Coming around to score is Braxton Lee.
Ponies up 1-0.
Same inning and Barrett Barnes looks to add to the lead.
Broken bat flare into left is caught and Cam Gibson comes up firing.
He guns down Luis Carpio trying to tag and score from third.
That would come back to haunt them as despite Vilera only giving up two runs, Binghamton could only muster the one.
The Ponies drop this one, 2-1.
They now hit the road for a four-day, five-game road trip to Altoona to take on the Curve.
First pitch Thursday is at 6:30 pm.