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Fox Tosses Complete Game In Baseball's 7-4 Win At Curry

Fox Tosses Complete Game In Baseball's 7-4 Win At Curry

THE BASICS 

Score: Emerson 7, Curry 4

Records: Emerson Lions (7-24) ; Curry Colonels (9-20-1)

Pitching Decision: WP:  Jack Fox (5-4)  | LP: Joseph Sorrento (0-1)

Location: Milton, Mass. (Jack Vallely Diamond)

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Lead: Junior Jack Fox (Los Angeles, Calif.) tossed a complete game and fanned nine alongside junior Cam Beattie (Gilbert, Ariz.) driving in three runs in the Emerson baseball team's 7-4 win over Curry in non conference play on Thursday afternoon. 

 

INSIDE THE NUMBERS 

EMERSON 

Josh Cohen: 1-for-3, two runs scored, one RBI
Louie Davolio: 2-for-3, three runs scored, one RBI
Ryan McCahan: 2-for-4
Beattie: 2-for-3, double, three RBIs
Joe Paladino: 2-for-4, one run scored 
Andre Padovani: 2-for-4

Pitching: Fox- 9.0 innings, four hits, four runs (three earned), three walks, nine strikeouts


GORDON

Jason Leonard: 1-for-3, double, two RBIs
Jack Kallinich: 1-for-5, one RBI
Riley Cronin: 0-for-2, one run scored, one RBI


Pitching:
Sorrento - 3.2 innings, eight hits, four runs (three earned)
Ryan Williams - 4.1 innings, three hits, two runs, one walk, three strikeouts
Joe Wallace - 1.0 innings, one hit, one run, one walk

 

HOW IT HAPPENED 

  • Emerson spread its first two runs within the first and third frames and saw its first run come around as Beattie's double skimmed the left field line before the Lions earned the 2-0 lead in the third when McCahan reached on a miscue at second. 
  • Curry earned a run back in the home half of the third when Kallinich singled in Dylan Ketterer (2-1). 
  • Cohen sent a sacrifice fly into center to plate the third Lions run and was followed by Davolio batting an infield RBI single right to Sorrento with the visitors lead bumped to 4-1. 
  • The Emerson bats stayed quiet over the next several innings, which allowed Curry to cut the Lions advantage in half when Leonard drove a sacrifice fly ball over to left (4-2). 
  • An error out in center and Beattie's sacrifice fly pushed two more runs across with Emerson now holding a comfortable four-run edge over Curry (6-2). 
  • In the bottom of the eighth, Curry put runners on first and second on a walk and Cronin's two out single that ensued in Cronin plating as Leonard roped a double into center (6-3). 
  • The Lions once again got another sacrifice fly RBI from Beattie, who sent Wallace's pitch out to center to cross the seventh run for the visitors (7-3). 
  • After Spencer Cookson reached on an error by the shortstop to begin the bottom of the ninth, Fox retired the next two Curry batters on strikes before he allowed the final Colonels run to come in on a wild pitch (7-4). 

 

UP NEXT

  • Emerson begins its last NEWMAC series tomorrow, Friday, April 19 hosting No. 10 Babson at 2:00 p.m.

 

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