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Albany Handles Mohawks

The Albany Dutchmen broke through with three runs in the first inning off of Amsterdam Mohawks starter Nick Polsinelli (College of St. Rose) and that was all the Dutchmen needed as they handled the Mohawks 6-1 at Shuttleworth Park on Friday night.

Tanner Barron (Trinity) made his first start of the year and lasted 4.2 innings while surrendering just four hits and the only Amsterdam run. However, because he did not last the necessary five innings on Friday night, Zach Robinson (Miami FL) got the win in relief. The righty went an inning and a third and did not allow a run on the way to picking up his first win of the summer.

The Dutchmen jumped on Polsinelli  in the top of the first when Joe Boney led off with a single, one out later Dain McNabb (Middle Tennessee State) singled to put two on, and the next batter was Steve Anderson (Georgetown) who used the third single of the inning to drive in Boney with the first run of the game.

Bryan Bleakly (NJIT) committed a throwing error after Anderson’s single which allowed both runners to move into scoring position before Andrew Deeds (Morehead State) pushed the visitors ahead 3-0 with a two-run double.

Dain McNabb’s first homer of the year came in third off of Polsinelli and extended the lead to 4-0.

Amsterdam got their lone run in the fifth when Josh Netheway (Albany) walked with the bases full. Robinson then relieved Barron and got Parker Morin (Utah) to end the bases loaded threat with a groundout to second base.

Albany tacked on an unearned run against Bryce Eisenbart (Paradise J.C.) in the seventh and another tally off of lefty Chuck Schlegel (Wake Forest) in the eighth to put the game out of reach. Preston Hill worked the final three innings without allowing a run to pick up his first save. The Dutchmen pounded out 11 hits while the Mohawks scratched out only five. Amsterdam committed two errors against one for the visitors.

2,252 spectators – a Shuttleworth season high – saw the Dutchmen improve to 5-10 while the Mohawks drop to 7-10.



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