Ponies Finish Out Road Schedule With Win Over Cats

Binghamton Finishes with Eastern League Best 42-30 Road Mark

By Jacob Wilkins / Binghamton Rumble Ponies | August 25, 2019 5:36 PM

Manchester, NH - The Binghamton Rumble Ponies (28-39,63-68) beat the New Hampshire Fisher Cats 5-1 on Sunday afternoon to split the 4-game series at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. It was the final road game of the regular season for the Ponies, who finished an Eastern League best 42-30 away from home. 

Quinn Brodey finished with two hits, a home run, two runs scored, and two RBI. RHP Zach Lee (4-1) allowed just four hits and one run over a season-high seven and a third innings getting the win. Lee did not issue any walks and struck out eight. 

Binghamton was propelled by a four-run third. Jacob Zanon led off the frame with a leadoff double. After Edgardo Fermin was hit by a pitch, Brodey drove in his first run with an RBI double to right to put the Ponies on top. Two batters later, Patrick Mazeika blasted a three-run homer to right to make it 4-0. It's Mazeika's sixteenth homer of the year and the catcher now has 67 RBI. 

Brodey would tack on another run for the Ponies in the seventh with a mammoth solo shot over the right-field wall to make it 5-0 Ponies. It's Brodey's fifth home run of the season, with all five coming on the road. 

Joe Zanghi pitched one and two thirds innings to close out the game. Joey Murray (2-3) took the loss for New Hampshire (29-36, 60-72) as he allowed four runs and six hits over six innings suffering the loss. 

The Rumble Ponies return home to finish the season on a nine-game homestand starting Monday night against the Portland Sea Dogs. First pitch Monday is at 6:35PM on Newsradio 1290 WNBF and on the Binghamton Rumble Ponies channel on TuneIn. The Horizons Federal Credit Union Pregame show begins at 6:20PM. 

POSTGAME NOTES: Andres Gimenez finished with two hits…Binghamton closes out the final road trip of the season through Bowie and New Hampshire 3-4…With a split of the four-game series in Manchester, the Ponies avoid dropping an eighth straight series. 

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

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