The Dodgers even the Championship series One Game All

stl_college_baseball_logoOn a sunny Sunday, the Dodgers evened the series one game all at Vianney High School in front of a large crowd.  Click here for the replay

The Dodgers starting pitcher Matt Harvey got the win as the Dodgers had 9 runs on 14 hits and 13 LOB.  Two hits each for CF Daniel Holst, C Mark Hencken, 3B Matthew Spradlin and RF Robert Lang.  Reliever Mike Lydonlarson did well in holding the Bandits scoreless in the last few innings.

The Bandits highlights in their 4 runs on 9 hits and 7 LOB was the two hits day for C Jake Daily, and SS Ryan Simmons.  Two hits also came off the bat of  LF/1B Ryan Snyder with a single in the 3rd and a 2 run blast in the 1st.

Both teams can rest up a bit with the off day on Monday, but need to be ready for the long haul for the rest of the way.  Game Three from Ballwin on Tuesday has a 7 PM start time.  Click here for that game … and with the Dodger win today there is a guaranteed Game Four on Wednesday from BMAC at 7 PM.  Click here for that game

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See commentary below by Announcer Owen Shroyer …




  1. Collegecasts says

    Here is a commentary by Announcer Owen Shroyer …. The Dodgers kept the championship series interesting on Sunday by defeating the Bandits and evening it up at 1 game a piece. Perhaps some intrigue added to this rivalry, as Head Coach of the Dodgers Gus Lombardo was ejected as well as Designated Hitter Lex Kaplan for arguing balls and strikes. The fact that this spilled over to the fans and Bandits coaching staff makes this rivalry more interesting. Sean Murley broke out of his slump and cracked a huge 2 run double late in the game to bury the Bandits and sure up the Dodger’s lead as they evened the series. One gutsy effort from Matt Harvey put the Dodger bullpen is a much better position than it was coming in and moving forward.

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