Baseball: Drovers Pitching Leads to Friday Sweep

In game 1 of the conference series with Mid-America, where the Drovers would win 7-0.

The Drovers would get an exceptional start from Senior Jose Hidalgo, as he would throw 7 great inning, allowing just 1 base hit. Hidalgo would allow 5 walks, but would counter that with 8 strikeouts. Following this win, Hidalgo moved to 7-2 on the season.

The offense would collect 8 hits, and be led by Stevie Thompson. He would go 2-2 with 2 singles. Miguel Lorenzo would go 1-3 with a home run (7). P.J. Garcia would go 1-3 with a double. Kenniel Rivera would go 1-4 with a single. Daniel Lafarga would go 1-3 with a single. Henry Rodriguez would go 1-2 with a single. Alex Sanchez went 1-3 with a home run (5).

Game 2 would go about the same for the Drovers, as they would beat Mid-America 6-1.

The Drovers offense would put together 9 hits, as they would be led by P.J. Garcia. He would finish going 3-4 with 2 singles and a double. Miguel Lorenzo would go 2-3 with a single. Kenniel Rivera would go 1-3 with a no doubt home run (8). Greg Barnette went 1-3 with a home run (6). Henry Rodriguez went 1-3 with a single. Sergio Mendez would finish 1-2 with a double.

The Drovers would get another great start, but this time it was by Senior Tucker White. He would throw 6 strong innings, give up 1 runs on 4 hits. White would finish with a season high 9 strikeouts, his previous was 8 against Arlington Baptist. After the win, White improved to 6-1 on the season. The Drovers called on Senior Roberto Aldana to finish the game, as he would throw one scoreless inning, and allow just 1 hit. Aldana would finish with 3 strikeouts on the afternoon.

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