In game one fans saw the Pride pound out 28 hits as they scored 23 runs. Starter Jacob Robinson went four scoreless innings to pick up his first win of the season. Nine players would finish the game with two or more hits, leading the way going 6-6 with five runs batted in was freshman rightfielder Byron Johann. Pitchers Erik Lamka and Jeremiah Kerns both enjoyed success at the plate with back-to-back pinch hit home runs in their first collegiate at bats.
Final score: Sinclair 23 Miami-Middletown 0
Offensive leaders: Clay Ragland 2-3 2 rbi, Justin Marrero 3-5 2 rs 2 rbi, Zach Stewart 1-2 2 rs 2 rbi, Brad Yinger 2-2 3 rbi, Corey Throckmorton 2-3 2 rbi, Brandon Napier 2-3 2 rbi, Byron Johann 6-6 4 rs 5 rbi.
Game two starter Jacob Campbell picked up his first win of the season going 4 innings 6 strike outs, without allowing a run. Once again Pride hitters came to work producing 10 runs off 15 hits. Game one starter Jacob Robinson joined the hit parade going 3-4 in game two. Justin Marrero delivered the only long ball with a two run blast in the 5th inning. With four consecutive shut outs the Pride pitching staff has now gone 31 straight innings without allowing a run.
Final score: Sinclair 10 Miami-Middletown 0
Offensive leaders: Clay Ragland 2-3 2 sb, Justin Marrero 1-2 hr 2 rbi, Brad Yinger 2-4 3b, Chas Harper 2-3 3b, Macklin Bray 2 rbi.
The Tartans now 10-4, head to Keyser West Virginia for a three game series against Potomac State.
Sinclair Community College
Head Baseball Coach