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Hamilton A's-Forcini drops 10-5 game to the Manalapan Braves Red despite efforts of Benner
Cole Benner did all he could to give Hamilton A's-Forcini a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past the Manalapan Braves Red, as Hamilton A's-Forcini lost 10-5 in six innings at Pecci two on Saturday.
Benner had a good game at the plate for Hamilton A's-Forcini. Benner went 2-3, drove in one and scored one run. Benner singled in the third inning and doubled in the fifth inning.
The Manalapan Braves Red's Gargano was perfect at the dish, going 1-1. Gargano singled in the first inning.
The Manalapan Braves Red tacked on another four runs in the second. The inning got off to a hot start when Bullen singled, bringing home Cappola. That was followed up by that scored Pellecchia.
After pushing across two runs in the top of the third, Hamilton A's-Forcini faced just a 5-2 deficit. An RBI single by Benner and an error sparked Hamilton A's-Forcini's rally. The Hamilton A's-Forcini threat came to an end when Pellecchia finally got Dominic Chiarello to ground out.
The Manalapan Braves Red increased their lead with three runs in the third. A scored Grieco to start the inning. That was followed up by that scored DeAlemeida.
Two runs in the top of the fourth helped Hamilton A's-Forcini close its deficit to 8-4. A two-run double by Joey Sacco gave Hamilton A's-Forcini life. Nick Psomaras grounded out to end the Hamilton A's-Forcini threat.
The Manalapan Braves Red built upon their lead with two runs in the fourth. Cappola started the inning with a single, plating Gargano. That was followed up by that scored Zucker.
One run in the top of the fifth helped Hamilton A's-Forcini close its deficit to 10-5. A groundout by Dominick Gambino triggered Hamilton A's-Forcini's comeback. Pellecchia ended the inning by getting Matt Kozma to strike out.