WP: P. Andrelczyk (8-2), LP: T. Sexton (1-1), SV: M. Walden (13), TIME: 2:23

(Lancaster, PA September 15, 2015) —Southern
Maryland’s offense was only able to muster four hits against York on Sunday
evening.  This evening in game one of a three game set against the
Barstormers, the offense banged out just five hits as Lancaster defeated
Southern Maryland 3-1.

Lancaster used five pitchers on the evening.  It was
the RHP Pete Andrelczyk who picked up the victory out of the pen, throwing two
scoreless innings.  RHP Mark Lamm, RHP Scott Gracey, and Marcus Walden
each pitched innings out of the bullpen, allowing one run between the four

The Barstormers got on the board early in the bottom of the
second by scoring two runs.  Brian Cavazos-Galvez, and Luke Hughes each
drove in runs with RBI singles to make it 2-0.  Lancaster added one more
run in the bottom of the seventh when Kevin Rivers stepped up to the dish, and
drove a homerun over the wall in right to bring the score to 3-0. 

Jovan Rosa drove in the only run of the ballgame for the
Blue Crabs in the top of the ninth with an RBI single.  RHP Tim Sexton
pitched seven innings, allowing three runs on eight hits, while striking out

Southern Maryland is now on a three game losing streak, and
two games under the .500 overall for the season.  The last time Southern
Maryland was under .500 was back on May 7th.  On the flip side,
Barstormers manager Butch Hobson became the Atlantic League’s all-time
winningest manager with tonight’s victory.

The series continues tomorrow in Lancaster.  The first
pitch is set for 7:00 P.M.  The Blue Crabs will be looking to break a
three game losing streak.

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