Monday, June 26, 2006

Catfish Open Road Trip With Loss

The Columbus Catfish took an early lead, then immediately lost it to the Charleston Riverdogs. When it was over, the Catfish were on the short end of a 10-3 score.

In the first inning, the Catfish came out swinging, scoring three runs on four hits, including two doubles, a walk, and a sacrifice fly. 3B Russ Mitchell hit his leage-leading 28th double in the inning.

The heroics were all for naught, as Charleston scored six times in the bottom of the first on two singles, a double, two hit batsmen, and a home run. Four more runs in the bottom of the fourth capped the scoring, and Catfish all-star pitcher Cory Wade was charged with his third loss in seven decisions.

The four-game series continues Tuesday night in Charleston with game two.

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