The Big Green of St. Andrews played a final match of their three-game series against St. Stans of Brooklyn on Saturday at Kissena Corridor One.
St. Stans jumped to an early 3-1 lead, as they manufactured runs on two walks, stolen bases and sacrifices. However, St. Andrews stormed back in the bottom of the third inning with three runs and took the lead for good.
John McEntee pitched the entire game for Big Green, giving up only three hits and five walks, while striking out an impressive season high 13 Stans batters over seven innings.
The whole line-up for St. Andrews was productive, as Sean McEnerny went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, Daniel Capeau (3-for-3, two RBIs, John McEntee (2-for-3, walk, two RBIs), Mike Lopresti (1-for-4, RBI), Matthew Galizia (1-for-1, RBI), Arton Haliti (1-for-3, two RBIs), Charlie Acquista (1-for-1, walk, RBI), David Domiguez ( 1-for-2, walk, two RBIs), Jimmy Ceccio, (two walks, RBI), Matt Routh (1-for-2, walk), Evan Shin, (walk) and Billy Almon .
Big Green sparkled in the field as well, as they had eight fielding put outs while allowing only two errors in their strong 14-5 victory. St. Andrews win places them in second place in their division with two regular season games left before playoffs.
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