Senators Rally But Fall Short to Bowie 7-6

Five run ninth puts a scare in Baysox

On Monday night in Bowie, the Senators trailed 7-1 into the ninth, rallied to score five runs, but fell short in a 7-6 loss to Bowie. The Sens loss, coupled with Akron’s 4-2 over Erie, means the Senators are now 2 ½ games behind Akron with eight games to go.

Trailing 7-1 into the ninth, the Senators sent 10 batters to the plate and had RBIs from Adrian Sanchez, Nick Rickles, Rafael Bautista and a two-run two-out single by Wilmer Difo. Kevin Keyes, a hero twice last week, bounced out with two outs and two on to end the game.

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In his first game back with the Senators, Wilmer Difo pulled Harrisburg within a run on a bases loaded single in the ninth inning (Will Bentzel / MiLB)

The Senators scored first on an RBI single by Keyes in the first giving the Senators a 1-0 lead for starter Tyler Mapes. Bowie though scored single runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings off Mapes. Leading 3-1 into the seventh, Bowie scored four times off Derek Self including a three-run home run by Quincy Latimore.

Bautista and Isaac Ballou both had two hits in the game for the Senators.

Game two of the series is Tuesday night at 7:05 p.m. with RH Phillips Valdez on the mound for the Senators.

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