Both teams scored a run in the first inning. FS scored on center fielder Brian Lapin’s ground out that plated second baseman Erik Wetzel who reached on a fielders choice. Pack center fielder Jason Sadoian walked to start the bottom of the inning and later scored on designated hitter Baker Krukow’s RBI single.
In the bottom of the fourth inning
Bulldog shortstop Todd Sandell hit a solo home run in the top of the fifth inning to make it a one run game at 3-2. The Pack got the run back in the bottom of the sixth inning when shortstop Chris Siewert walked and eventually scored on Rodriguez’ ground out to short to give
In the top of the seventh inning FS took control of the game sending 12 men to the plate and six scored to go in front 8-4. Lapin and Sandell each drove in two in the big inning. Three doubles in the top of the eighth inning led to two more Bulldog runs crossing the plate to make the final score 10-4.
Pack starter Kyle Howe pitched six solid innings allowing three runs on seven hits but received a no decision despite leaving with the Pack on top 4-3. Reliever Kody Keroher(3-3) was tagged with the loss allowing three runs on two hits in the game.
FS reliever Brandon Miller(1-2) won for the first time this season retiring the only two hitters he faced in the sixth inning. Holden Sprague(1) earned his first save of the season pitching three shutout innings.
Walsh(2-for-3,RBI) and Krukow(2-for-4,RBI) each had two hits and drove a run to lead the Pack offensively.
For FS Wetzel(3-for-5,2R) and Sandell(3-for-5,2R,3RBI) tied for game-high honors with three hits while Lapin(2-for-5) drove in a game-high four.