Aberdeen Carries Away Two in Doubleheader

'Birds take both games by a combined score of 12-2

By Aberdeen IronBirds | August 29, 2018 11:06 PM

Aberdeen, M.D. - Aberdeen came home after a series win over Tri-City to see the Connecticut Tigers and start five games in three days. Wednesday's doubleheader brought Aberdeen good fortune and two different 6-1 wins.


UP TWO: For the fourth straight game, the IronBirds took a 2-0 lead in the first two innings. Willy Yahn led off the second with a single and moved over on Nick Horvath's sacrifice bunt. Jean Carmona brought home Yahn with a single, and came home to score on Alfredo Gonzalez's RBI base knock.

NOTHING NEUSTROM: Robert Neustrom got the next two RBIs for the IronBirds. His first came in the third inning on an RBI double that scored J.C. Escarra after his single. 

In the fourth inning Connecticut picked up an earned run on an error from second baseman Jean Carmona.

Neustrom got another in the 5th inning but took three bags because of it. Yahn would smack one through the infield and score Neustrom in that frame to make it 5-1 IronBirds

ES-CAP IT: Escarra sealed the deal in the 6th with an RBI single to score Jean Carmona on his second hit of the game. Aberdeen cruised through a 6-1 win.


MASSIVE THIRD: That's all it would take the seal a win. It started with Robbie Thorburn's first hit in the last eleven games, the next four batters of the inning would all reach and score. RBI's in that inning came for Escarra (2), Yahn, Roberts, Horvath. It was 5-0 IronBirds in the bottom of the 3rd.

MAGIC MAGEE: Kevin Magee got his second start of the season for the IronBirds. He tossed five innings of three hit, scoreless baseball while striking out five. 

ERROR GETS YA: Aberdeen got their last run in the 5th inning. Alexis Torres reached on a drop third strike and scored on an error to make it 6-0.

In the 7th, Connecticut got one off of the newest IronBird Manuel Dominguez and finished off a 6-1 Aberdeen win.

UP NEXT: After the sweep, the 'Birds do it again tomorrow at 5:35 for two more seven inninng games.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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