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IronBirds Battle Back Late But Fall Short

August 15, 2019 - New York-Penn League (NYPL) - Aberdeen IronBirds News Release


TROY, N.Y. - After a comeback win in game one at Tri-City, the IronBirds made it close with a two run 8th to cut the lead to one. Shea Berry struckout the side in the 9th, shutting the door on a 4-3 loss for Aberdeen.

W: Edgardo Sandoval

L: Ryan Conroy

S: Shae Berry

BIG MOMENTS:

First two: Nate Perry had a solo homer for the ValleyCats in the first. In the 2nd, Joe Perez and Juanrael Paulino had RBIs for Tri-City to make it 3-0.

3rd inning: Aberdeen got on the board with Adley Rutschman's RBI double. Tri-City answered on a three hit inning that plated two more and made it a 4-1 game.

8th inning: Still trailing by three, Aberdeen found some offense. Mason Janvrin doubled in his first game as an IronBird, Rutschman followed with a two bagger and then Welk brought another double. Rutschman's and Welk's came with RBIs to make it a one run game in the 8th.

9th inning: Shae Berry struckout the side for Tri-City to end the game.

KEY IRONBIRDS CONTRIBUTORS

Adley Rutschman: 2-for-4, 2 2B, 2 RBI

Mason Janvrin: 2-for-4, 2B

Griffin McLarty: 2.1 IP, 3 H, 6 K

Connor Gillispie: 2.0 IP, 1 H, 4 K

NEWS AND NOTES

Aberdeen snapped a five game winning streak in the loss

Rutschman now has four doubles in the series and three RBI.

Through 60 games, Aberdeen is 33-27, battling for a New York-Penn League Wild Card spot.

UP NEXT

IronBirds at Tri-City ValleyCats, Friday, 7:00 P.M.

Joseph L. Bruno Stadium, Troy N.Y.


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