Lopsided Loss Sees 'Cats Blanked In Erie

SeaWolves out-muscle New Hampshire with 14 hits to win 11-0

By Tyler Zickel / New Hampshire Fisher Cats | August 12, 2017 11:39 PM ET

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats dropped a lopsided contest against the Erie SeaWolves Saturday night, as the Detroit Tigers affiliate erupted for 14 hits to blank New Hampshire 11-0.

Leading 1-0 to start the second, Erie scored six runs on five hits - including two home runs - in the second to lead 7-0 after two and bounce starter Sean Reid-Foley (L, 8-10) from the game after just two frames.

New Hampshire couldn't solve Beau Burrows (W, 6-3), who went six shutout innings and did not allow a hit. He walked two and struck out eight.

Anthony Alford recorded the first hit of the game for the 'Cats in the seventh with reliever Adam Ravenelle (S, 1) on the mound. Andrew Guillotte lined a single to center in the eighth for the second and final Fisher Cats knock of the night.

Erie scored single runs in the third and fifth then added two in the seventh to win 11-0 in game two of the three-game series.

Dusty Isaacs was the only pitcher to not allow a run in the game. The Lebanon, Ohio native tossed two scoreless frames, walked one and struck out one.

The series finale is set for Sunday afternoon. RHP Conner Greene (4-8, 4.89 ERA) will go for the Fisher Cats while LHP Tyler Alexander (6-7, 5.17 ERA) is set to start for the SeaWolves. First pitch is scheduled for 1:35 p.m. and can be heard locally on AM 610 WGIR or online via iHeartRadio.

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

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