East Bay Stops Losing Skid With Win Over Chamberlain
The East Bay Indians snapped a four-game losing streaking with a home win against the Chamberlain Chiefs on Tuesday. The Indians took the lead early and held on late to secure a 6-5 victory.
Jordan Anderson put the Indians (3-7) on the board in the bottom of the first with an RBI single to center field that score Trevor Drury. The lead did not last, however, as the Chiefs (0-11) quickly responded in the second with three runs of their own.
Mo Hanley, Elijah Larrieux, and Malik Watson scored the three runs in the inning for the Chiefs, who were still searching for their first win of the season. The Indians tied the game in the bottom of the second. First, with the bases load, Drury was walked to bring home Jorge Collado for the second run of the contest. During the next at-bat, Abraham Morales tied things up when he scored from third on a passed ball.
After tying the game the Indians took control. They added two runs in the third and another in the fourth to take a 6-3 lead. The Chiefs put up one run each in the fourth and fifth, but were unable to complete the rally.
Logan Osborn started for the Indians and pitched four-and-two third innings, throwing a total of 81 pitches. He allowed five runs on three hits while striking out three batters before Tyler Renbarger came in in relief. Renbarger closed out the game for the Indians, going two-and-a-third innings, throwing 24 pitches and striking out two batters. He allowed no hits in the relief appearance.