Yard Goats Rally Falls Short in 4-3 Loss

By Hartford Yard Goats | September 2, 2019 6:32 PM

September 2, 2019

Final: Binghamton Rumble Ponies 4, Hartford Yard Goats 3     

WP: Mickey Jannis (7-5)

LP: Brandon Gold (12-6)

SV: Marcel Renteria (1)

T: 2:41

A: 2,715

Overall Record: 73-66

Yard Goats Rally Falls Short in 4-3 Loss  

 

Binghamton, NY- Trailing 4-1 in the seventh inning, the Hartford Yard Goats scored runs in back-to-back innings, and had a leadoff double in the ninth, before the Binghamton Rumble Ponies ended the rally, and secured a 4-3 win on Monday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, New York. Bret Boswell cranked his 15th home run for the Yard Goats, who lost three of four to the Mets affiliate. It was the Yard Goats final game of the season as Hartford finished the season at 73-66, one win shy of tying a franchise record.

 

The Yard Goats scored the first run of the game in the second inning as Alan Trejo scored on a wild pitch from Binghamton starter and knuckleballer Mickey Jannis. The Rumble Ponies tied the game in the third inning as Andres Jimenez led off the inning with a solo home run off Hartford starter Brandon Gold, who was denied a club-record 13th win.  

 

The Rumble Ponies scored three runs on five hits in the fourth inning to take a 4-1 lead. Luis Carpio began the rally with a leadoff homer over the left field fence to give Binghamton a 2-1 lead. After Mike Paez singled, Edgardo Fermin scored him on a double into the left field corner to make it a 3-1 game. Quinn Brodey capped the three-run frame with a double to left scoring Fermin and putting the Ponies ahead 4-1.

 

The Yard Goats scored a run in the seventh inning to make it a 4-2 game. Alan Trejo cracked a leadoff double and scored on a single by Scott Burcham. Hartford's Bret Boswell smashed a solo home run over the right field fence in the eighth inning to make it 4-3. Carlos Herrera opened the ninth with a leadoff double but the Yard Goats could not score him. Marcel Renteria struck out the next two batters and got a flyout to end the game.  

 

 

 

 

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