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Late runs not enough for Trail Blazers in home loss to Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Mohawks beat the Adirondack Trail Blazers 11-6 on Saturday at The Smith Sports Complex in front of a record crowd of 808 fans.

The Mohawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the top of the 2nd as Aiden McDermott and Andrew Rouse had consecutive RBI singles. Adirondack got one back in the 3rd then Kyle Walker rocketed a solo shot to tie it at two in the 5th. Amsterdam opened the flood gates in their half of the 6th scoring 5 times, adding one more in the 7th and two more in the 8th to make it 10-2 and seemingly put the game away. However, the Blazers would go down quietly as they put up 4 runs in their half of the 8th, the big hit coming off the bat of Walker, a two run double which would make it a 10-6 game. That's all the Blazers had offensively. Amsterdam tacked on another run in the 9th to make the final score 11-6.
 
Zach Logue picked up the win for the Mohawks while Adirondack pitcher Stephen Himic  took the loss. Top offensive players for the Blazers were Walker, 2 for 5 including a double and a home run while driving in 3 and Luca Farina who went 3 for 3 including a double, an RBI while scoring once. Three Mohawks had three hits apiece; Hunter Tackett, Brendan Tracy and Scott Manea.

Today, Amsterdam(7-3) travels to Victor to take on the RailRiders while Adirondack(4-5) travels to Newark for a matchup with the Pilots. First pitch is at 7:05pm.


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