Thursday, May 22, 2014

Trenton Thunder Game Recap 5/21

Thunder Suffer 9-0 Loss to Harrisburg Wednesday

Harrisburg struck for runs in four of the first five innings in a 9-0 win over the Trenton Thunder Wednesday morning at ARM & HAMMER Park.

Before 5,420 energetic fans on a matinee Education Day ballgame, Harrisburg outhit Trenton 8-for-3 and for the third time this season, the Thunder were shutout.

The Thunder offense was paced by Mason Williams who went 1-for-2 with a pair of walks. In addition to the team's three hits, the Thunder recorded Williams' two walks and a pair of hit-by-pitches (Segedin, Dugas) against Harrisburg starting pitcher Paolo Espino and the Senators bullpen.

Thunder starting pitcher Caleb Cotham allowed 7 runs (7 ER) in 6.1 IP on 106 pitches. Included in those seven runs were three solo homeruns by the Senators offense, including a pair by shortstop Jason Martinson and one by leadoff hitter Michael Taylor.

After two straight victories, the Thunder's loss drops their season record to 25-21 while the Senators' record improves to 14-30 (5-20, Road).

The Thunder conclude their four-game homestand Thursday against the Harrisburg Senators at ARM & HAMMER Park. First pitch is scheduled for a 7:05 p.m. start time with a 10:15 pre-game show that can be found streaming on 91.3 FM, the TuneIn Radio app and on

Being posted with permission from the Trenton Thunder. The original post can be seen HERE

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