Offenses dominate as Outlaws outscore Four Corners

Posted August 7, 2013 at 11:10 am

Pitchers had a tough day during the game between Outlaws and 4-Corners on July 27, as the two teams put up 27 runs combined in a 16-11 Outlaws win.

The teams combined for 34 hits, including six extra base hits.

Scott Hamiel pushed the Outlaws ahead, in the sixth inning, and the lead lasted until the final out. Preston Jones walked to get on base in the sixth. He then went from first to second on a groundout by Josh Koeck.

Hamiel did his best to jumpstart the offense for the Outlaws, reaching base three times. He scored one run and had one RBI.

Four Corners couldn’t slow down Jay Winter, who paced the Outlaws with five hits. He singled in the first, second, third, fifth and seventh innings.

Juan Sabilier got the win in relief for the Outlaws. Sabilier pitched five innings and allowed no runs.

The Outlaws pounded Four Corners pitching, as six hitters combined for 13 hits, 11 RBIs and 12 runs scored.

The Outlaws jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the top of the first. Hamiel kicked things off for Outlaws with a single. Jay Winter singled, bringing home Sabilier and Hamiel.

The Outlaws pushed more runs across when Harvey scored on an RBI single by Cody Cotton, Winter scored when Koeck was hit by a pitch, and Cotton scored on a walk by Sabilier.

The Outlaws added three more runs in the top of the ninth. A single by Brant Winter ignited the offense, scoring Dustin Harvey. That was followed up by Jones’ single, bringing home Brant Winter.

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