SOMERSET, NJ—The Somerset Patriots and Southern Maryland Blue Crabs squared off in game two of the three game series on Saturday. Somerset took the game by the final of 6-2 at TD Bank Ballpark.
The Blue Crabs put up the first run of the game when center fielder D’Arby Myers crossed home on an unearned run by getting on base by a Somerset error but Patriots designated hitter, Brad Snyder sent a two-run shot out of TD Bank Ballpark to put the Patriots ahead.
In the bottom of the third, the Patriots capitalized on Blue Crabs starting pitcher Scott Snodgress’ mishaps with a couple of walks and balks and an RBI single scoring two more runs of their own and continued to score in the fourth, and fifth to secure the lead against the Blue Crabs.
The Blue Crabs tried to rally in the top of the ninth inning for a come from behind win with two outs when short stop Angel Sanchez scored on a sacrifice fly by second baseman Eric Garcia, but could only come up with one more run and Myers struck out to end the game.
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