A-Sun: Belmont Leaves Bases Juiced

By Bryan App - May 23, 2007


Somehow Jacksonville pitcher Justin Young didn't give up a run in the fifth. The score remains knotted at 1 in the sixth.

Belmont lead-off batter Matt Reynolds doubled off the right field fence with one out in the fifth. Packy Elkins followed with a single to right, and only a strike to home plate from right fielder Mike McAllister scared Reynolds back to third.

After the No. 3 batter flew out to second, Young walked clean-up hitter Ben Petsch to load the bases for designated hitter Derek Wiley. But third baseman Thomas LaPage nabbed a look-what-I've-got catch of a screaming line drive to end the inning.

And yet, Young just started the bottom of the sixth.

Posted by Bryan App at 04:32 PM on May 23, 2007
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