Hoppers Get First Series Win in Extra Innings
from www.gsohoppers.com and Courtesy of RE/MAX Revolution
Sunday’s winning pitcher was Will Kobos, who worked two scoreless innings to pick up the victory…Mike Jarvis and Angel Basabe were responsible for five of the Hoppers seven hits on Sunday, with Jarvis going 3-4 with a HR and 2 RBI, plus Jarvis stole one base…It was a 2-4 day for Basabe, while Sammy Siani swiped two more bases, now giving him four on the season…Jace Bowen came up with another hit, and he is batting at .417, here early in the year…Bowen also drew a walk and scored a run in Sunday’s win at Hudson Valley…Spencer Jones was 3-5, with one run scored for the HV Renegades…
More game details from GSOHoppers.com:
The Greensboro Grasshoppers get their first series win of the season defeating the Hudson Valley Renegades 4-3 on April 9. The Hoppers move to 2-1 on the season while the Renegades fall to 1-2. The Grasshoppers tallied seven hits with one error on the Renegades eight hits and two errors.
Mike Jarvis led the Grasshoppers going 3-4 with one home run, two RBI, one stolen base, and one run scored. Angel Basabe followed behind going 2-4 with a double and one run scored. Hits were also tallied by Jase Bowen and Brenden Dixon with a double.
The Grasshoppers had a bullpen day starting with Jaycob Deese on the mound, who recorded three strikeouts and gave up two hits and one earned run on three innings of work. Will Kobos took the win for the Grasshoppers and moved to 1-0 on the season.
Trevor Holloway took the loss for the Renegades and moved to 0-1 on the season.
The Grasshoppers head to Lakewood, NJ to face the Jersey Shore BlueClaws on April 11at 6:35 PM. For all information on Greensboro Grasshoppers baseball, visit www.gsohoppers.com or follow us on social media @gsohoppers.
Time of Game/TOG-2:52
Temp-56 degrees and Sunny
Site:Heritage Financial Park
*********A couple of more Hopper notes:Hoppers pitching staff struck out 13 Renegades, with HV drawing four walks off of the Hoppers’ pitchers…HV took down 11 Hoppers by way of the K and the Renegades also gave up four free passes/walks to the Hoppers’ hitters…Michell Miliano led the Hopper hurlers/pitchers with four(4) strikeouts…The Renegades starting pitcher Drew Thorpe, had eight(8) strikeouts, on the afternoon….**********