Gary Southshore “RailCat Fever” too much for Canaries

Gary Southshore “RailCat Fever” too much for Canaries

By Charlie White

Gary – Charlie Rosario, after pitching like a man who caught “RailCats’ Fever”, was the winning pitcher of record (8-3, 3.45 ERA) after throwing seven and two thirds solid innings without giving up an earned run. Jessie Snodgrass finished the game and preserved a RailCat victory.

Gary Southshore scored first with two runs in the bottom of the second as rookie Michael Schroeder scored on a wild pitch from Jeremy Strawn (2-6, 4.59 ERA). Ryan Brockett then drove in Drew Martinez with an RBI single. Drew Martinez looped a liner into center field to drive in catcher Jaime …read more

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