Rogers Hammers Lexington 15-0
When the third pitch of the game is a fly ball that is misplayed into a double, you know things are going to be tough that night. A ground ball that went through the wickets of the Lexington fielder allowed the opening runner to score Rogers’ first run. Combine the bad luck and a Rogers’ pitcher that was zeroed in, and the game wasn’t pretty for Lexington.
Rogers scored two runs in the second inning, three in the fourth, one in the fifth, and eight in the seventh to amass the 15 runs. While Rogers was piling up the 15 runs, Lexington was striking out 15 times. Lexington managed only one hit: Corey Strain’s infield single in the second inning.