Hagerstown 12 - Columbia 6

Press Release:

HAGERSTOWN, MD – On Saturday, Hansel Moreno homered and Edgardo Fermin tallied a pair of hits – one of which a double. The duo’s offensive spark wasn’t enough and Columbia fell to Hagerstown, 12-6.

Moreno’s solo home run was his first of the year and eighth of his five-year minor league career. The blast put the home team on the board in the third, but Columbia (33-33) was already down 8-0 at that point. Moreno’s long ball was one of five home runs blasted on Saturday (four for the Suns).

Fermin was also explosive at the plate with a pair of hits and RBIs. SAL All-Star Scott Manea also finished with a pair of hits and two RBIs as well against Hagerstown (27-40).

The Fireflies trailed 12-1 at one point before the offense came to life late in the game with a pair of runs in the seventh and eighth frames and one more score in the ninth.

All-Stars Trey Cobb and Stephen Villines each hurled scoreless innings of work in the late innings.


Thomas Brennan said...

Didn't realize Scott Manea made the SAL All Star team. Great for him. Former 40th rounder.

Thomas Brennan said...

Wrong place to post this, but Brian Campusano was featured in MILB.COM article: https://www.milb.com/milb/news/new-york-mets-prospect-briam-campusano-tosses-six-hitless-innings/c-281586718

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