Fisher Cats Can’t Find Bats in Big Loss to Erie

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The New Hampshire Fisher Cats dropped their second straight game to the Erie SeaWolves, losing 11-0 on Saturday night.

Erie put a run up in the first inning, but broke the game open a second inning punctuated by home runs from Kody Eaves and Mike Gerber.

The SeaWolves made it a 7-0 lead before the end of the second, with Eaves adding another home run and two RBI doubles later in the contest on the way for a 4-for-4 night at the plate.

Harold Castro also recorded four hits on the night, with Gabriel Quintana and Mike Gerber both also adding two hits each.

New Hampshire had two hits in total, both coming off reliever Adam Ravenelle, who earned the save thanks to three innings of work closing out the contest.

Beau Burrows retired 10 batters in a row at one point, striking out eight Fisher Cats on his way to the win.

The evening’s losing pitcher was Sean Reid-Foley, who left after retiring the side in the second.

Both teams meet again on Sunday for a 1:35 p.m. contest. Conner Greene (4-8, 4.89 ERA) will seek the to right the ship for New Hampshire against Erie’s A.J. Ladwig (7-4, 4.58 ERA).