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Ponies Fall Late to Fisher Cats on Wednesday Afternoon

July 28, 2022

BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton (6-16, 34-57) and New Hampshire (10-13, 41-51) remained deadlocked at one from the top of the second to the bottom of the eighth. Rafael Lantigua’s go-ahead home run off Ponies reliever Josh Hejka (4-2) in the top of the ninth gave New Hampshire a 2-1 lead

BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton (6-16, 34-57) and New Hampshire (10-13, 41-51) remained deadlocked at one from the top of the second to the bottom of the eighth. Rafael Lantigua’s go-ahead home run off Ponies reliever Josh Hejka (4-2) in the top of the ninth gave New Hampshire a 2-1 lead and they would go on to win 6-1 at Mirabito Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.

After the Lantigua home run, Cam Eden singled and eventually came around to score on an RBI double from Addison Barger. John Aiello got hit by a pitch and then Luis De Los Santos hit a long home run to left centerfield which put the Fisher Cats ahead 6-1.

Ponies starter Brooks Hall made his Mirabito Stadium debut delivering five strong innings of work giving up just three hits and a run while walking three and striking out five earning a no-decision.

New Hampshire reliever Andrew Bash (6-3) threw four scoreless innings giving up just one hit while walking and striking out two earning the win. Luis Quinones was also strong for the Fisher Cats pitching five innings surrendering three hits and a run in addition to walking two and striking out nine.

The Ponies will continue their series with the Fisher Cats on Thursday evening. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 PM with pregame coverage beginning at 6:20 PM on NewsRadio 1290 WNBF and 92.1 FM.

POSTGAME NOTES: Brett Baty went 2-3 with two singles and a walk while also notching his second 10-plus game hit-streak of the season.