RATS LOSE DH TO BUTLER
July 27, 2014Richmond RiverRats
Jeffrey Revesz hit two home runs to carry the Butler Blue Sox (32-18) to a 13-4 win over the Richmond RiverRats (19-30) at McBride Stadium in seven innings.
The biggest inning for the Butler Blue Sox was the third. In the inning the Butler Blue Sox scored seven runs. The Butler Blue Sox scored in the third on an RBI double by Stuart Levy, an RBI single by Ryan Uhl, a three-run home run by Revesz, an RBI single by Mick Fennell, and a sacrifice fly by Forrest Perron.
Will Farmer racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Richmond RiverRats. He tripled in the fourth inning and homered in the sixth inning.
Mitch Patishall recorded his fourth win of the year for the Butler Blue Sox. He allowed three runs over 4 2/3 innings. Patishall struck out five, walked four and gave up six hits.
Luke McGee ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with his fourth loss of the year. He allowed nine runs in 2 1/3 innings, walked two and struck out one.
The Butler Blue Sox were sparked by Perron and Revesz, who teamed up for six hits and 10 RBIs.
Mick Fennell went 1-2 as the Butler Blue Sox (33-18) took home a 7-2 victory over the Richmond RiverRats (19-31) in seven innings at McBride Stadium on Saturday.
He doubled in the sixth inning.
The Richmond RiverRats had no answer for Dave Yakopec, who kept runners off the basepaths in his appearance. The Richmond RiverRats managed just two hits off of the the Butler Blue Sox's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out two during his three innings of work.
The Richmond RiverRats were led by Brendon Neel's hitting. Neel went 2-3 and scored one run. He doubled in the second inning and singled in the sixth inning.
Curtiss Irving put together a nice outing. Irving held the Butler Blue Sox hitless over 1 2/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out two.
Alex Martin recorded his third win of the year for the Butler Blue Sox. He allowed two runs over four innings. Martin struck out four, walked two and gave up four hits.
Dalton Boucher couldn't get it done on the rubber for the Richmond RiverRats, taking a loss. He lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked six, struck out none, and allowed two runs.