Matt Betts Spins Shutout, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Matt Betts Spins Shutout
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, March 16, 2010
The Terriers continued their March Break trip Wednesday vs PBLO rival the Toronto Mets. Right hander Matt Betts went the distance in this extra inning (8) 3-0 victory.

Matt had Toronto hitters off balance all day, allowing only 4 hits. He struck out 5 and did not walk a batter nor did a Met reach third base. He was backed by solid defense from Brandon Dailey, Shawn Marshall, Blair Gignac and catcher Jordon Mountford. The game was scoreless through 7 innings, but the Terriers broke through in the top of the 8th with 3 runs. Graham Tebbit lead off with a single, then stole second on a delay. Shawn Marshall followed with a walk setting the table for a perfectly executed sac bunt up the first base line by Blair Gignac. Center fielder Christian Fearon stepped in next and laced a 2 RBI single right up the middle. He would later score on a Cole Peragine RBI to make the score 3-0. The Mets would go quietly in the bottom half of the 8th. The Terriers travel to Cocoa Beach Friday for a DH vs the Ontario Blue Jays. Game Summary Fearon 1B, 2RBI,RS Peragine RBI Doran 1B Mountford 1B Vacca 1B,1B Tebbit 1B,1B,1B,RS Marshall 1B,W,RS Gignac W,SAC
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