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Written by Staff Reports   
Monday, 11 August 2014 06:56

The Hickory Crawdads saw their five-game winning streak come to an end Sunday night. Greensboro salvaged the final game in this four-game series as the Grasshoppers downed Hickory 6-1 in a rain-shortened game at L.P. Frans Stadium.

 

The game was called after 8 1/2 innings by the umpires due to unsafe playing conditions. But Greensboro (74-46 overall; 30-20, second half of the South Atlantic League season), which owned a 2-1 lead, broke the game open with four runs in the top of the ninth. The win moves Greensboro into sole possession of second-place in the SAL's Northern Division, and just two games behind first-place Hagerstown. The Crawdads (70-49; 29-21) fall three games back with the loss. The Suns defeated Kannapolis 5-3 on Sunday.

 

The Grasshoppers grabbed the initial lead on Brian Anderson's first-inning sacrifice fly. But the Crawdads tied things up on Joe Jackson's solo home run. The Grasshoppers regained the lead in the sixth as they pushed the go-ahead run across, thanks to consecutive walks and a single.

 

It remained that way until the ninth, when the Grasshoppers scored four times on three hits, two walks and an error.

 

Felix Carvallo (4-3) took the loss after allowing one run on three hits, with two walk and a strikeout over 2.2 innings in relief. Greensboro reliever Tyler Kane (1-0) picked up the win with two scoreless innings of work. Jose Arias earned his first save after striking out all six batters he faced in his Greensboro debut. Hickory starter Akeem Bostick left the game in the first inning with an apparent groin injury. Jose Monegro came on in relief and tossed five shutout innings.

 

Jackson finished the game 1-2 with his fifth homer of the year and a walk. Ryan Cordell posted the 'Dads only multi-hit performance after going 2-3 with a double. The Crawdads make their way to Charleston, S.C., for a three game series against the RiverDogs. Game time for tonight's game is set for 7:05 p.m.

 

 

 

LISTEN LIVE: Make sure to keep up with the Crawdads while they're on the road by listening in to the LIVE game broadcasts on the Crawdads Baseball Network! LISTEN LIVE

 

 

 

Battle of the Bags: The Crawdads 3rd Annual Battle of the Bags cornhole tournament is scheduled for Thursday, August 14th! Make sure to sign up before hand for a $30 registration fee that includes a ticket to the 'Dads game vs. the Shorebirds and a FREE T-shirt! The winning team takes home $200! Don't miss out!

 

 

 

All-Star Jersey Auction: The Crawdads are auctioning off the authentic, game worn jerseys from this year's South Atlantic League All-Star Game in Hickory! Jerseys from both the Northern and Southern Division players and coaches are up for bid now on the 'Dads online auction page! AUCTION SITE

 

 

 

Stay Connected: Make sure to stay connected with the Crawdads by visiting the 'Dads website at www.hickorycrawdads.com, or by following us on Facebook and Twitter!

 

 

 

  
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