RE/MAX Revolution Report:Bowen and Brannigan bring Big Bats as Greensboro Grasshoppers put Greenville Drive in reverse(Last night Drive win 14-8/Tonight/Wednesday, Hoppers on top, 14-4, with 4 RBI each for ‘Boro boys Bowen and Brannigan)

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Final from Wednesday night at Fluor Field, in Greenville, S.C.:
Greensboro Grasshoppers 14, Greenville Drive 4
WP:Julian Bosnic(1-0)/LP:Jordan DiValerio(4-5)

Drive-        4- 4-1

Greensboro Grasshoppers(54-47)
Greenville Drive(54-50)

The Greensboro Grasshoppers got hit hard on Tuesday night, falling hard, 14-8, at the Greenville Drive…But on Wednesday night, the Hoppers reversed the curse, and they proceeded to wallop the Greenville Drive, 14-4…..

The Hoppers produced 14 runs on 16 hits, with Jase Bowen and Jack Brannigan welding the big bats that pushed the Grasshoppers forward…Jase and Jack were showing no slack, as Bowen was going 3-5/HR/Double/BB/2 Runs/4 RBI…HR #20 on the season for Jase Bowen…RBI go to 77 now for Bowen…Jack Brannigan went 2-5/2 HR’s/2 Runs/4 RBI…Bowen and Brannigan were busting loose for the ‘Boro Boys on Wednesday night in Greenville…

The Hoppers also saw Tres Gonzalez go 2-5/Double/2 Runs…Josiah Slightler was 3-5/HR/Run/RBI…Tremarr Johnson was 1-5/Run…Sammy Siani went 1-5/HR/Run/2 RBI…Wyatt Hendrie goes 0-4/BB/Run/SB…Brenden Dixon was 2-4/HR/BB/3 Runs/2 RBI…Francisco Acuna was going 2-5/Run/RBI…The Hoppers with 7 runs scored in the second inning, and then Greensboro posted 5 more runs, in the eighth inning…

The Greensboro Grasshoppers starting pitcher, Po-Yu Chen struck out 12 Greenville Drive batters, in just 4 2/3’s innings…No runs, 2 Hits, 2 BB’s and the 12 K for Chen…Hoppers winning pitcher Julian Bosnic worked 1 1/3 innings, allowing 0 runs, on 0 hits, with 2 BB’s/1 K…Between them, Chen and Bosnic struck out 13 Greenville batters….

Game Details:
Time of Game-3:06
Game Time Temp-85 degrees at 7:07pm

Next Up:
Greensboro Grasshoppers(54-47) at the Greenville Drive(54-50), with the first pitch, coming in at 7:05pm, at Fluor Field, in Greenville, S.C.