Game 14 vs. Bowie: Lineup and Notes

GAME NOTES 4/21/2017

TODAY’S GAME

The Senators return home for a six game homestand starting with a three game series against the Bowie Baysox. The Senators dropped two out of three to Bowie in the first series between the two on the prior road trip. The Senators have won three of their last four games after winning two of three against Hartford to finish out their seven game road trip. The club was shutout 1-0 in Wednesday’s series finale despite Erick Fedde allowing just one run in seven innings. The Baysox split their last series against Richmond, losing the final two games of the series.

STREAK UP TO 10

With his second inning single, Neftali Soto extended his hitting streak to ten games, the longest such streak by a Senator this season. The Manati, Puerto Rico native has hit safely in every game he’s started this year, and is second on the club with five multi hit efforts on the season. He is second on the team with a .354 batting average and .918 OPS.

TODAY’S STARTING PITCHERS

Austen Williams starts the series opener for the Senators. Williams makes his second consecutive start against the Baysox as he took the loss his last time out at Bowie, surrendering three runs and seven hits over five innings. The right-hander has allowed five runs and 12 hits in 11 innings this season, with 12 strikeouts. Tanner Scott takes the bump for the Baysox. The left-hander threw three hitless innings against the Senators in his last start. The former sixth round is the 11th rated prospect in the Orioles organization per MLB.com.

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