FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE
The Gold Team got three shutout innings from starter Jake Donze and timely hitting from the offense as the Gold took Game 2 of the Fall World Series 5-3 Saturday afternoon at Reagan Field. The Gold Team won the three-game series by taking the first two games.
Donze limited the Blue Team to just two hits and no runs over the three innings. He also struckout three. Alexander Love pitched the middle three innings for the Gold and allowed one run on three hits and two strikeouts.
Daniel Huff took the loss for the Blue Team as he gave up four runs on five hits. Marc Harmon started the game and was effective as he allowed just one run on two hits over three innings. Matt McGaha allowed four hits and no runs over the final 3.1 innings.
The Gold offense was again led by Jason Laws who went for 4-for-5, after going 3-for-3 in the opener. Elliot Frey went 2-for-5 with a triple and an RBI, while Chris Craycraft added two hits, including a double. Tyler Owen and Matt Phillips each drove in a run.
The Blue offense was led by a 2-for-5 performance from Brooks Thornton. Bo Akers added a pair of hits, while Jonathan Craycraft and Will Cartwright each delivered extra-base hits.
The ‘Breds close out the Fall tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at Reagan Field.