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Ponies Return Home Spoiled by Squirrels

June 21, 2019 - Eastern League (EL) - Binghamton Rumble Ponies News Release

Binghamton, NY - The Rumble Ponies (2-1, 36-30) fell to the Richmond Flying Squirrels 4-1 in the series-opener at NYSEG Stadium Friday evening. It snaps the Ponies three-game winning streak but extends their skid at home to four games.

Richmond (2-1, 25-45) got on the board early with a two-out RBI single from Will Maddox. Then with the next batter Jalen Miller at the plate and runners at the corners, Harol Gonzalez threw an errant pickoff throw to first allowing Gio Brusa to score from third. Brusa would also hit a long solo homer in the eighth to put the Squirrels up 4-1.

The lone Ponies run came in the bottom of the fourth with an RBI single from Barrett Barnes. Barnes has had an RBI in three of his last four games. The hit scored Ali Sanchez, who extended his hitting streak to eleven games with a one-out double.

Gonzalez (3-3) allowed six hits over five innings allowing three runs (two earned) with three walks and five strikeouts taking his second consecutive loss. Gonzalez is still looking for his first win since throwing a combined no-hitter on May 8th in Harrisburg. Brandon Beachy (2-3) got the win allowing only two hits and one run over six innings.

The Rumble Ponies continue their series with the Flying Squirrels Saturday night with first pitch at 6:35PM on Newsradio 1290 WNBF and the Binghamton Rumble Ponies channel on TuneIn. The Horizons Federal Credit Union Pregame show begins at 6:20PM.

POSTGAME NOTES: The Ponies are now 10-18 at home this season...It is Richmond's first win against Binghamton this year (1-3)...Sanchez 11-game hitting streak is the second-longest on the team this year (Patrick Mazeika had a 15-game hit streak from 4/27 to 5/16).


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