BOWIE, Md. -- The Portland Sea Dogs used another ninth-inning rally to earn a series win against the Bowie Baysox, taking Saturday night's contest, 4-1, in front of 6,918 at Prince George's Stadium.
Anderson Feliz returned to the Baysox (29-13) lineup and instantly delivered, putting the hosts ahead 1-0 in the third inning. With two outs, the second baseman lined an opposite-field single to left field, scoring Mason McCoy with a slide just ahead of the Jhon Nunez tag.
Portland (22-21) tied the game on a seventh-inning infield single, forcing Bowie starter to settle for a no-decision. In his second start since returning to the Baysox, Herb dominated in six inning. The right allowed one run and struck out five in six scoreless inning of work.
A pair of doubles down the right field line handed Cody Sedlock the loss, while Zach Muckenhirn caught Jarren Duran looking in his lone out of the evening.
The homestand and three-game series with Portland concludes at 1:35 p.m. Sunday afternoon. RHP Dean Kremer (7-4, 3.08) squares off with RHP Bryan Mata (2-3, 4.11) as Los Cangrejos Fantasmas take the field for the final time in 2019. The 1st 500 moms (ages 21+) receive a Baysox wine glass as a make-up for the rained out contest on Mother's Day.
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