Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Catfish sweep Savannah

Though they've only finished 4 games in the SAL 2nd half, the Columbus Catfish are where no other team in the league is right now: undefeated.

The Catfish beat the Savannah Sand Gnats (Mets) 3-2 for the 2nd night in a row Tuesday, as they maintained their perfect record and completed a short series sweep.

Gregory Sexton singled, Reid Fronk walked and Henry Wrigley singled to load the bases. Stephen Vogt grounded out, allowing Sexton to score. Michael McCormick followed with a sacrifice fly, scoring Fronk with the tying run.

Columbus scored the go-ahead run in the fifth thanks to the wildness of Savannah right-hander Maikel Cieto. McCormick walked to lead off. He went to second on a wild pitch and to third on a ground out. Another wild pitch allowed McCormick to score for a 3-2 lead.

The Catfish head to Charleston Wednesday, scheduled for 4 games in 3 days, thanks to a rain-suspended game in Columbus that will be made up in the Low Country.

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