Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates assured a new month wouldn't change their winning ways, scoring eight unanswered to begin the game and holding on to beat the Columbia Fireflies 8-5 at Segra Park.
Delmarva once again got on the board early, doing heavy damage in the top of the second. Ryne Ogren legged out a leadoff infield hit, then Jean Carlos Encarnacion drew a walk, the first free pass Woods-Richardson had issued all year. Andrew Fregia then chipped a single into left center, bringing up Seamus Curran, who cracked a towering fly to right center for a grand slam. Curran's fourth homer of the year, the Shorebirds' second slam, gave Delmarva an instant 4-0 lead.
The Shorebirds added on in the fourth. Fregia led off with a base hit and promptly stole second. After a strikeout and a pitching change, Robbie Thorburn cracked a single into right, scoring Fregia to make it 5-0. Hall followed with a double, moving Thorburn up to third, and Doran Turchin lifted a sac fly into right to put the Shorebirds up 6-0.
Hall finished the game with two-hits and a run scored.