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'Wolves Drop Series Opener to Baysox

June 19, 2012 - Eastern League (EL) - Erie SeaWolves News Release

The Erie SeaWolves and Bowie Baysox both came in on hot streaks but it would be Bowie that continued their run as they defeated the SeaWolves 8-1. The Seawolves sent struggling pitcher Jared Wesson to the mound hoping that he would snap out of his recent skid. Unfortunately, Wesson was batted around by the middle of the Bowie lineup.

After an uneventful first inning, Bowie struck for two runs in the second inning when first baseman Brandon Waring smashed his team leading eighth homer. Things did not get any better for Wesson in the third.

Antoan Richardson, the speedy leadoff hitter for the Baysox, singled and moved to third on a Jonathan Schoop double. Rhyne Hughes then bounced his offering to Jordan Lennerton at first who attempted to throw out Richardson at home. Richardson slid around the tag for Bowie's third run of the game. Robbie Widlanski then doubled home Schoop.

The wheels finally came off for the Howlers in the fith inning. The Baysox loaded up the bases and scored one when Manny Machado grounded out to third. This would end the day for Wesson. However, Erie and pitcher Jared Gayhart allowed Bowie to score three two out runs when Waring came back up to the plate. He doubled home the remaining two runners on base and would complete the Bowie scoring when he came home on a Josh Barfield single.

Erie's lone run came in the bottom of the third inning when Niuman Romero's ground out allowed Michael Rockett to score from third after he advanced there from first on a wild pitch and throwing error from Baysox catcher Brain Ward.

Zack Samuels would finish off the game for Erie with two scoreless innings while Bowie's starter Zack Clark stifled the 'Wolves with seven innings of six hit ball.

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