The Red Wings bats were red-hot tonight as Geneva lays down an easy 16-3 win over a league-leading visiting Jamestown Jammers team. Geneva took an early advantage over Jamestown’s slow offensive night, putting up 1 run in the second, 2 runs in the third, 5 runs in the fourth, 2 runs in the fifth, and 6 runs in the sixth inning.
Wings Starting pitcher #23 Jared Sasaki (UC Davis) pitched 5 full innings allowing 2 runs on 4 hits with 2 strikeouts to take the win on the mound for Geneva. Followings Sasaki’s performance on the mound was #15 Steve Larson (Iowa Wesleyan) who pitched 2 full innings, allowing 1 run on 2 hits with 2 strikeouts. #30 Brett Sanford (Hamilton College) came into the game in the eighth inning to close.
Jamestown played a whopping seven pitchers in this final regular-season meeting; in order, they were #14 Zach Sanders (Tusculum), #31 Jack Rose (Hartford), #29 Johnny Leone (Nova Southeastern), #21 Cameron Schmidt (Nova Southeastern), #8 Preston Yerrington (St. Anslem), #1 Alex O’Donnell (Mercyhurst) and #9 Trevor Lloyd (Tusculum).
Key Players for Geneva in this big win were #26 Langston Livingston (St. Josephs) who had 2 hits and 4 RBI’s, and #8 Sam Fuller (St. Bonaventure) who had 2 hits, a home run (1 RBI), and scored for the Wings 4 times.
While the 2018 regular season for Geneva has come to an end, playoff time is just beginning as the Red Wings will play home tomorrow, August 1st at 7:05pm in a 1-game playoff against the Elmira Pioneers. Geneva ends the regular season with a record of 23-24, and Jamestown moves to 31-14.