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Ponies Rout Baysox in Game One, Fall in Game Two to Split Doubleheader in Bowie

June 15, 2022

BOWIE, MD – The Binghamton Rumble Ponies (22-37) split their third straight doubleheader, routing the Bowie Baysox 13-1 in Game One and falling to Bowie 4-0 in Game Two at Prince George’s Stadium. Game One: Rumble Ponies 13, Baysox 1 The Rumble Ponies bats were working early and often as

BOWIE, MD – The Binghamton Rumble Ponies (22-37) split their third straight doubleheader, routing the Bowie Baysox 13-1 in Game One and falling to Bowie 4-0 in Game Two at Prince George’s Stadium.

Game One: Rumble Ponies 13, Baysox 1

The Rumble Ponies bats were working early and often as they hit four home runs and tied their season-high in runs scored. Carlos Cortes, Ronny Mauricio, and Matt Winaker each hit two-run home runs while Quinn Brodey hit a three-run blast, his first with Binghamton this season. Brodey finished 2-4 with four RBI while Cortes finished with 2-3 with 3 RBI. Francisco Alvarez finished 3-5 with a two-run double and extended his on-base streak to 13 games.

Brett Baty was 2-5 with two runs scored extending his hitting streak to seven games. Jose Butto (3-5) allowed one run on five hits over six innings earning his third straight win.

Game Two: Baysox 4, Rumble Ponies 0

Bowie’s four-run first inning against Jose Chacin (0-2) was too much to overcome. In the opening frame, Maverick Handley hit a two-run homer and later in the inning Andrew Daschbach and Zach Watson hit consecutive RBI doubles to account for the scoring.

Bowie (23-36) RHP Adam Stauffer (1-1) did not allow a hit over five innings in his first start of the year. Quinn Brodey broke up the no-hit bid with a leadoff single in the sixth.

The Rumble Ponies continue their series with the Baysox on Thursday evening with first pitch at 6:35 PM and pregame coverage getting underway at 6:20 PM on Newsradio 1290 WNBF and 92.1 FM.

Postgame Notes: The Rumble Ponies are now 0-1-3 this year in doubleheaders, though this was their first twimbill away from Mirabito Stadium this season…In the first game, five Rumble Ponies finished with multi-hit games and each member of the starting lineup reached base at least once.