Adam Hall and his Bowie Baysox teammates picked up their first win of the season with a six-run seventh inning helping them to a 11 – 6 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
Hall would go 3 for 4 from the plate for the Bowie Baysox, scoring two runs.
Richmond had taken a 6 - 5 lead in the top of the seventh inning, on a two-RBI single from Diego Rincones, that scored Brett Auerbach and Will Wilson. That was the first lead of the day for Richmond, which fell behind 4-0 through four innings, an early game Bowie advantage that was capped by a solo home run from Hudson Haskin.
But the Baysox charged ahead in the bottom of the seventh, a rally that started with a Hall single, off the Flying Squirrels’ Blake Rivera. Jordan Westburg followed with a two-run homer to left center, which pushed Bowie back ahead, 7 - 6.
Then, after Gunnar Henderson reached on an error at first by Robert Emery, Rivera was replaced on the mound by Tyler Schimpf, but Joseph Ortiz than tripled off Schimpf, scoring Henderson.
The next batter, Andrew Daschbach, reached on another error by Emory, which allowed Ortiz to score. And Haskin followed with his second homer of the game, scoring Daschbach and ballooning the Baysox lead to 11 - 6.