GreenJackets drop series finale to the RiverDogs

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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Augusta, GA--The GreenJackets (2-2) suffered a loss against the Charleston RiverDogs (2-2) on Sunday afternoon.

Charleston had seven hits in the game, four of which came in the fourth inning. Aaron Judge began the fourth inning with a single to right field. Mike Ford singled through the hole at second base. Miguel Andujar then doubled to center field, which allowed Judge and Ford to score. A throwing error by Ryder Jones allowed Andjuar to advance to third.

In his first at bat for the RiverDogs, Eduardo DeOleo singled to right field which led Andujar to score.

Charleston’s final run of the game was in the eighth inning. After Judge was walked, Ford doubled to right field. Andujar singled to center field which brought Judge home.

While the GreenJackets did not struggle to make contact with the ball, they could not bring their players home. The team recorded nine hits but left 12 players on base.

Augusta recorded their only run of the game in the fourth inning. With one out, Ryder Jones grounds into a forced out. Shawn Payne then singled to right field. With runners on first and second, Tyler Horan doubled through the hole at second base, allowing Jones to score.

The Augusta GreenJackets start their first two road series next week, playing the Savannah Sand Gnats April 7-9 then face the RiverDogs again in Charleston April 10-13. The GreenJackets will be back at Lake Olmstead Stadium on April 14, 2014, with a three game series against Savannah.