Jun 24, 2014 | Dan Thompson | 210 views
16S Win Game One At World Series
RHP Evan Lawrence was brilliant through 5.2 inning of work, keeping game one of the World Series opener versus the Knights close and giving his offense time to rally for six runs in the sixth.
Evan left the game trailing 3-1 but had only given up one earned run. He struck out five and walked just one. Peter Reichling got credit for the win. He struck out one in 1.1 ip.
Trailing 3-1 in the sixth, Austin Skelhorn would provide the big blow, a game tying two RBI double.
Justin Wamboldt also had a good day at the plate with two RBI and a run scored.
Brandon Nieva and Matt Correia chipped in with doubles of their own in the 7-4 Terriers victory.
Game two in Music City goes later today.