For a third straight game, the Auburn Doubledays limited the opposition to a pair of runs in a single inning.
The Doubledays pulled ahead with three runs in the third inning and held on for a 4-2 victory despite the West Virginia Black Bears plating a pair of runs in the fifth Tuesday at Falcon Park.
“It’s just good baseball. That’s what it came down to tonight,” Doubledays manager Jerad Head said. “It was a well-played ball game defensively, timely hitting and pitching. All around, everybody contributed and that’s how you win those kind of games.”
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🎧 HIGHLIGHTS 🎧
🦏 cranked two more XBH
🥒 stayed 🔥
🏐 showed off the 🔫
💪 Tim, Gilberto, and Chandler mowed down some more 🐻https://t.co/MKTODF9Jme
— Auburn Doubledays (@Doubledays) August 1, 2018