Game 10 at Bowie: Lineup and Notes

GAME NOTES 4/15/2017

TODAY’S GAME

The Senators and Baysox meet in the series finale Saturday afternoon. The Senators try to salvage a game in the series following Friday’s 3-2 loss. The Baysox held a 3-0 lead early and the Senators cut to lead the one in the fifth however were unable to finish off the comeback. The loss clinched the first series loss of the year for the Senators and the two game losing streak is their longest of the season.

HITTING STREAK SNAPPED

Drew Ward did not record a hit for the first time all season after he finished 0-4 in game two of the series, snapping an eight-game hitting streak. Neftali Soto and Alec Keller are now tied for the longest hitting streaks on the team, each extending theirs to six games Friday night.

TODAY’S STARTING PITCHERS

The Senators send Greg Ross to the mound in the series finale, opposite Baysox starter Tanner Scott. Ross scattered three hits across six shutout innings in his last start on April 10 against Hartford. The right-hander picked up right where he left off last year, where he finished 5-1 with a 0.83 ERA in ten games with the Senators. The 27-year-old was originally drafted in the 18th round by the Braves in 2011 and was signed by the Nationals on April 21, 2016. Scott is the 11th rated prospect in the Orioles organization according to MLB.com. The left-hander lasted just three innings and gave up one run in his last start at Eerie. Scott split time with Bowie and single-A Frederick last season and pitched one scoreless inning versus the Senators. The Mogarore, Ohio native was drafted in the sixth round of the 2014 draft out of Howard Junior College.

FOLLOW ALONG

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