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Monday, May 20, 2019
Hall's Single Earns Delmarva the Win

Adam Hall's two-run single in ninth helped his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates fight back, stunning the Kannapolis Intimidators 4-3 on Monday night at Intimidators Stadium.

Down 3-2 in the top of the ninth, Ryne Ogren worked a four-pitch walk to lead off. Robbie Thorburn came up next and slashed an 0-2 pitch past the mound and into center for a line drive single. After a strikeout, a passed ball let Ogren and Thorburn both move into scoring position. On a 3-2 pitch, Hall looped a soft liner over the drawn-in infield and into right center for a base hit, scoring both Ogren and Thorburn to put Delmarva up 4-3.

Nick Horvath blasted a solo home run in the top of the first to give Delmarva an early 1-0 lead. The Intimidators answered in their half of the first. Ian Dawkins led off with a single, then after a groundout and a wild pitch Romy Gonzalez singled him home to tie it. Two more wild pitches moved Gonzalez to third, then with two down Luis Curbelo hit a line drive down the left field line that appeared to land foul but was erroneously ruled fair, resulting in an RBI double to put Kannapolis up 2-1.

Thorburn led off the top of the third with a single, then two batters later Hall managed a base hit to put two on. Cadyn Grenier came up next and singled home Thorburn to tie it at 2-2. Hall and Grenier later executed a double steal but were stranded on second and third.

After a brief 17-minute rain delay, Lenyn Sosa led off the home third with a double. After a hit batsman and wild pitch, Alex Destino lifted a sac fly to center, scoring Sosa to move the Intimidators ahead 3-2.

The Shorebirds squandered opportunities by leaving the bases loaded in the sixth and stranding a man on third in the seventh before coming to life in the ninth.

Hall finished 2-for-5 with the tying and go-ahead RBIs in the ninth for his 16th multi-hit game of the season.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Hall & Delmarva Shorebirds Split Double-Header

Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates split their third doubleheader of the season against the Kannapolis Intimidators at the Intimidators Stadium.

Just like in their first two, the Shorebirds won the opener 3-1, while the Intimidators got their revenge in the nightcap 8-4.

After the Game One win, Game Two that at times seemed to get away from both sets of players.

Already down 3 Ė 0 in the Second Inning, Hall and his Delmarva teammates answered in a big way in the top of the third. Andrew Fregia led off with a double, and Robbie Thorburn brought him around with an RBI single. Doran Turchin and Hall followed with base hits to load the bases, and Nick Horvath worked out a bases-loaded walk to force in another and make it 3-2 Kannapolis.

After a walk to Alexis Torres, Ryne Ogren chopped one to short that Sosa misplayed, allowing Hall to score and put the Shorebirds up 4-3. Bilous got Fregia to ground out to third for the final out and Delmarva left the bases loaded.

The lead was short lived, though, as the Intimidators seized control back in the bottom of the third. Romy Gonzalez led off with a walk, and Destino tripled him home to tie it at 4-4. Three batters later, Cruz had an RBI single to put Kannapois ahead for good 5-4.

Hall finished 2-for-4 with a run scored for his Delmarva Shorebirds-best 15th multi-hit game.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Hall & Delmarva Shorebirds Reach 30 Wins

Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates became the first Minor League Team this season to reach 30 wins, sweating one out over the Kannapolis Intimidators 2-0 at the Intimidators Stadium.

Scoreless in the top of the 10th, Alexis Torres began the inning at second base. Robbie Thorburn hit a grounder deep on the left side, and shortstop Lenyn Sosa's throw to get Torres at third was late. Hall followed with a slow roller to third for a fielder's choice, scoring Torres to finally put Delmarva on top. After a Cadyn Grenier single and passed ball, Doran Turchin lifted a sac fly to the warning track in right, plating Hall to make it 2-0 Delmarva.

Kannapolis began the 10th with Alex Destino at second, and he soon took third on a wild pitch. Luis Curbelo walked to put the tying run on base, but Delmarva reliever Matthew Hammonds put a stop to it there. Hammonds struck out Amado Nunez after a nine-pitch battle, got Jhoandro Alfaro to pop out to short, and fanned Travis Moniot on three pitches to finish off the Shorebirds' fifth shutout, the first of the extra-inning variety.

After Drew Rom set the tone with five scoreless innings of four-hit, no-walk, seven-strikeout ball, Matt De La Rosa picked up the win in relief for the Shorebirds. Just like Zach Matson the night before, De La Rosa retired 11 in a row on the way to four scoreless one-hit innings, walking none and fanning five.

Lane Ramsey bowed to Delmarva in extras for the second time, giving up both unearned runs on one hit in the 10th. Hammonds' save was his first of the season to finish off the combined five-hitter.

Delmarva's breakthrough in the 10th inning came after both teams came tantalizingly close to runs throughout the first nine. Delmarva left men in scoring position in the first, second, fourth, eighth, and ninth innings; Kannapolis had men in scoring position in the second and fourth in addition to their free runner in the 10th.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Hall & Delmarva Shorebirds Split Double-Header

Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds woke up early and split a doubleheader with the Greensboro Grasshoppers. Delmarva won the opener 3-2, while the Greensboro rebounded to win the second game 4-1.

Game 1 saw Grayson Rodriguez continued his dominance on the hill for Delmarva, allowing two runs on three hits in five innings while walking one and striking out six. The Orioles' No. 5 prospect moved into a tie for first in the SAL in wins and now leads the circuit with 1.45 ERA.

Osvaldo Bido suffered defeat at Delmarva's hands for the second straight start, surrendering three runs on eight hits in 4.2 innings. Tim Naughton nailed down his seventh save with a scoreless sixth and seventh.

With Delmarva already ahead 1 Ė 0, they used some two-out hustle to increase their lead in the fifth. Hall legged out an infield single, then Cadyn Grenier followed with a sharp grounder to the mound that kicked off of Bido's foot for another single. Seeing the ball trickle into right field, Hall sprinted to third base, and on the throw to try and get Hall, Grenier motored into second, sliding in just ahead of the return throw. Doran Turchin came up next, fought back on an 0-2 count to get it to 2-2, and lashed a single into left, scoring Hall and Grenier to make it 3-0 Delmarva.

The runs proved paramount as the Grasshoppers answered in the home fifth. Michael Gretler had a one-out single, then after a fielder's choice, Brett Kinneman took Rodriguez deep down the right field foul pole. The two-run blast got Greensboro back within 3-2.

Naughton handled things in the final two innings, though, giving up just a soft single and sitting the Grasshoppers down in order to finish the job in the seventh.

In Game 2, after Colin Selby allowed one run on two hits in a four-inning spot start, Cam Alldred picked up the win for the Greensboro with a perfect fifth and sixth out of the bullpen. Ryan Conroy battled but took the loss in his Shorebirds debut, allowing four runs (two earned) on six hits in 3.2 innings. Yerry De Los Santos nailed down his first save with a scoreless seventh.

Greensboro struck a big blow, with Shorebirds assistance, in the second. Raul Siri reached on a one-out error, then Zac Susi singled to put two on. Lolo Sanchez got hit on the foot to load the bases, and a wild pitch let Siri sprint home with the game's first run. Jonah Davis followed with an RBI base knock to left, and Mason Martin hit into a run-scoring fielder's choice to make it 3-0.

Delmarva countered in the fourth. Grenier laced a one-out double, then two batters later Ryne Ogren slashed an RBI triple into the right field corner, getting Delmarva within 3-1.

Greensboro answered in the home fourth as Sanchez legged a two-out infield hit and Davis tripled to that same right field corner, giving the game its final margin.

The loss in the second game snapped a nine-game road winning streak for Delmarva.
Monday, May 13, 2019
Stowe & Saint Louis Win Big Over George Mason

Braxton Stowe and his University of Saint Louis Menís Baseball teammates completed the sweep over George Mason, defeating the Patriots 16-2.

Senior Cole Dubet, playing in game No. 209 in his Saint Louis career had a game and series to remember. The four-year starter went 5-5, smacking two home runs, driving in five and scoring four. For the weekend, Dubet hit .667, with two home runs, three doubles, 10 RBIs and seven runs.

Jake Garella tied SLUís single season doubles record with No. 22 in the first inning. He hit two more later in the game, finishing 4-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored before being pulled for a pinch runner.

Cam Redding and Kevin Jordan were the two other Billikens with multi-hit games in the series finale. Redding wrapped up the afternoon 3-5 with two RBIs and one run scored. Jordan went 2-4 with two RBIs, two runs scored and a walk.

Senior Jackson Wark took home his third win of the season, throwing 5.0 innings, allowing one run on two hits and striking out five. He was pulled from the game with a 9-0 lead heading into the sixth inning.

Colin Townsend worked a scoreless inning of relief, striking out two of the three batters he faced.

Ryan Patel and Charlie Sheehan also added scoreless frames, each striking out one apiece.

Stowe had 4 At Bats, scoring 1 Run, he would also Walk once and 1 Strike Out. Stowe was Left On Base 3 times and he had 11 Put Outs.
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