Late Rally Brings Legacy a Tough Loss
Aberdeen, M.D. - Game two against the Vermont the Lake Monsters ended up being a blowout in Aberdeen. Playing as the Legacy, the IronBirds were tied with the Vermont Lake Monsters 1-1 through seven. A five hit, five run eigth inning catapulted Vermont to a 7-1 win.
W: Vince Coletti
L: Marlon Constante
3rd Inning: Both teams got a run. Vermont's came on a solo homer for Jordan Diaz. Aberdeen had a leadoff single for Maverick Handley. Handley scored after the 'Birds loaded the bases and Andrew Daschbach walked him in.
Top of the 7th: Five hits scored five runs for Vermont. The runs were highlighted by two run homers from Kyle McCann and Kevin Richards. Aberdeen trailed 6-1 after eight.
NEWS AND NOTES
Aberdeen has given up fourteen runs in two games, the most combined runs over a two day span this season.
Kyle Stowers became the first IronBird to walk three times in a game, doing so on three full-count at Bats
Dan Hammer was great out of the pen, going four innings hitless with five strikeouts.
IronBirds vs. Vermont Lake Monsters, Sunday, 4:05 P.M.
Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium - Aberdeen, M.D.
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