BROOKLYN, NY - After dropping two of three on the road against Tri-City, the Spinners (4-6) rolled into Brooklyn (8-2) hoping to right the ship before heading back to Massachusetts for a six-game home stand. Unfortunately, the series did not get off the start they hoped for.
Starting pitcher Alexander Montero got the ball for his second start of the season. He delivered a solid performance on the day, going five innings while striking out two and allowing an earned run, bringing his ERA to 1.80 through two starts. Despite his solid start, his offense was unable to supply him any run support.
Andrew Politi and Harrison Cooney shut the Cyclones down for three innings of no-hit relief but the offense only produced three hits on the day and never managed to bring home a run as the Spinners fell to Brooklyn 1-0.
Eduard Bazardo gets the ball on Monday for his third start of the season with first pitch scheduled for 7:00 p.m. as the Spinners look to snap their two-game skid.
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