After taking five of six on the road, Adam Hall and his Aberdeen IronBirds teammates returned home and got a big win over Staten Island. Fueled by stellar pitching the 'Birds picked up a 6-2 win.
Hall led off yet again and had 4 At Bats, he scored a Run, he had a Hit and a Strike Out.
Hall reached on an error, stole base and scored on a sacrifice fly, as he did the same in the first inning of the previous game to make it 1-0.
In the fourth Willy Yahn did the same thing he did last night. He started the inning with a double and scored on Jean Carmona's RBI single. Through four it was 2-0 IronBirds.
That's all there was to say about IronBird pitchers. Gray Fenter threw three hitless, Kevin Magee and Ryan Conroy allowed one hit each and Zach Matson was perfect.
The second Gray in the lineup was for Staten Island. Kyle Gray hammered a ball over the right field wall in the 7th inning to make it 2-2.
Aberdeen scored in the seventh for the second straight night. Jaylen Feguson and Alfredo Gonzalez started it off with two hits. Escarra was walked intentionally and Willy Yahn drove in two runs with a single. An error then scored Escarra and a wild pitch brought Yahn to the plate to make it 6-2.
Aberdeen cruised to victory from there and is now one game back of .500.