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SeaWolves Struggles Continue in Trenton (6-26-13)

SeaWolves Struggle Again in Trenton
ERIE 2-6-2
TRENTON 8-9-1
 

The SeaWolves dropped the series finale with the Trenton Thunder on Wednesday afternoon 8-2.

 

The SeaWolves got on the board in the top of the fourth against Trenton starter Nik Turley. Hernan Perez singled to right and moved into scoring position on a two-out Tyler Collins double. Luis Castillo singled home the runners for a 2-0 lead.

 

Trenton took the lead on Erie starter Drew VerHagen in the fourth. Jose Pirela led off with a walk and moved to second on a Tyler Austin single. A wild pitch advanced the runners to second and third for Kyle Roller. Roller singled through the left side, plating a pair, tying the game. Carmen Angelini followed with a knock to put a pair on for Andrew Clark. Clark belted an opposite-field double, scoring a pair, giving Trenton a 4-2 lead.

 

Trenton added a pair in the sixth against reliever Will Clinard. Angelini walked, Clark Singled and Shane Brown walked to load the bases. With one out, Francisco Rosario grounded out, scoring Angelini for a 5-2 lead.

 

The Thunder added to its lead in the seventh against Tyler Stohr. With two outs, Angelini doubled and scored on a Clark single for a 6-2 lead.

 

Trenton added two more in the eighth against Stohr. Shane Brown was hit by a pitch and Jeff Farnham walked to put two on for Rosario. Rosario singled home Brown for a 7-2 lead. Farnham would score on an error to make it 8-2, completing the scoring for the day,

 

VerHagen (0-2) took the loss allowing four runs on four hits with five walks and no strikeouts in 4.1 innings of work.

 

The SeaWolves have now lost 24 of their last 30 games at Arm & Hammer Park going back to the 2008 season.

 

The SeaWolves return home on Thursday night as they host the Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco Giants) at 7:05 p.m. Fans can receive $2 off their tickets when they purchase using a Northwest Savings Bank check or credit card.
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