SAL Rewind: Hagerstown, Rome exchange 1-0 games

May 7 South Atlantic League games:

 

Hagerstown 1, Rome 0; Rome 1, Hagerstown 0

Hagerstown and Rome exchanged 1-0 games in a doubleheader. Suns starter Ivan Pineyro pitched five scoreless innings on four hits in the first game, striking out five. Patrick Scoggin allowed one run on one hit in five innings for Rome, receiving the tough-luck loss. In relief for Rome, first-rounder Lucas Sims pitched two scoreless innings with three strikeouts, giving him three straight outings without allowing a run.

 

In the second game, Rome's Frank Lafreniere pitched five scoreless innings on two hits with two walks and four strikeouts. For Hagerstown, Pedro Encarnacion received the loss, allowing one unearned run on two hits in five innings, not walking any and striking out three.

 

Savannah 9, Hickory 6

Savannah's Eudy Pina went 3-5 with a double, two homers and four RBI. Phillip Evans added three hits from the nine-spot, including a home run and two RBI.

 

For Hickory, Jorge Alfaro hit two home runs, including one over the batter's eye in center field. Lewis Brinson had a double and homer, and Ryan Rua and Jordan Akins each hit a home run.

 

Lakewood 1, Lexington 0

Lakewood's Nick Hanson outdueled Lexington's Miguel Almonte, allowing three hits over six shutout innings, walking two and striking out three. Almonte allowed one run on five hits in 6.2 innings, walking two and striking out seven.

 

West Virginia 4, Greenville 2

West Virginia starter Tyler Glasnow allowed one run on one hit over five innings, walking four and striking out 10. Glasnow has 33 strikeouts in 25 innings, recording a 1.80 ERA. He has allowed one run in his past 10 innings spanning two starts.

 

Raul Fortunato went 2-4 with an RBI for the Power. Junior Sosa went 2-4 with a double, and Josh Bell added two singles.

 

Greenville starter Pat Light allowed two earned runs and three total in three innings, walking one and striking out three.

 

Charleston-Delmarva, canceled (rain)

 

Greensboro-Kannapolis, postponed (rain)

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