Bisons spin triple play!
Tuesday’s game between the Bisons and the Wings saw a little bit of everything; great defense, hard-hitting offense, a triple-play, and four strikeouts in one half inning. Unfortunately for the Herd they were on the losing end of a wild one at Coca-Cola Field. In the end, the Bisons were out slugged by the Rochester Red Wings, 9-6.
Although the Wings got the win, the Bisons got the highlight of the night turning a triple-play in the third inning. With runners in motion on first and second, Steven Tolleson smoked a liner to short that Argenis Reyes dove to his right to grab. From his knees, Reyes flipped to Luis Rivera at second for the second out and Rivera tossed it on to Mike Lamb at first to record the first triple-play at Coca-Cola Field since 1997 and just the second in the ballpark’s history.