Dejesus let up five in 6 1/3, but the bullpen allowed no runs and the offense banged out six to help secure the win for Bronx Bombers.
Bronx Bombers held off the NJ Twins, as the NJ Twins were unable to overcome a four-run fifth inning deficit.
The NJ Twins scored two runs in the seventh on an RBI single by Josh Lebowitz and a bases loaded walk. Despite their efforts, the NJ Twins couldn't get over the hump.
Cesar Alvarez led Bronx Bombers' offensive threat, as he got on base two times in the game. He scored one run and had one RBI. He tripled in the second inning.
Bronx Bombers closer Jose Marte put away the final two outs to record the save.
The bottom of the first saw the NJ Twins take an early lead, 3-0. The NJ Twins' rally started when Dillon Mendel singled. A stolen base then moved Mendel from first to second. Jonathan Scott singled, scoring Mendel. The scoreboard lit up again for the NJ Twins when Meiners and Scott scored on a two-run single by Erik Rano.
The game was never in doubt after the second, as Bronx Bombers scored five runs on a fielder's choice, a two-run single by Christian Castillo, an RBI triple by Alvarez, and a wild pitch.
Bronx Bombers built upon its lead with two runs in the fifth. A ground out scored Randy Taveras to get Bronx Bombers on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Joel Paulino's single, bringing home Adam De La Cruz.
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