ALBANY, N.Y. –  The Saugerties Stallions got back to their winning ways on Saturday via a 8-4 road win over the Albany Dutchmen.

Offense came early for the Stallions with three runs in the top of the first inning with two of those runs coming from a Garrett Michel double.

Those would be the only runs for either side until the fourth inning when the Stallions added one more as Jake Skrine scored on a balk.

Albany got two back on a single and a fielder’s choice in what would be the last inning of work for Stallions starting pitcher Ga’Von Wray.

The Stallions got one back on a single of their own from Brandon Fish in the fifth inning to make it a 5-2 lead.

Two more singles from the Dutchmen would bring in two more runs in the sixth against Stallions reliever Tyler Strechay.

An inning later would see Evan Goforth hit his second home run of the week and a single from Jahlani Rogers would bring in a total of three more runs to boost the Stallions lead up to 8-4.

That would remain the score the rest of the way to give the Stallions the win against the same team that had defeated them the day prior.

The Stallions will stay on the road to take on the Glens Falls Dragons in what will be their last game before an off day.

First pitch will be at 7:00 p.m.

You can listen live to the game on the Saugerties Stallions YouTube channel.

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