Bisons blast three HR in win

The Bisons continue to tear the cover off the baseball putting up 10 runs Sunday evening, the second time they hit double digits on the scoreboard in less than 24 hours with a total of 25 runs scored in two days.

The Bisons two through four hitters dominated Columbus pitching all day long scoring seven of the ten runs themselves in the Herd’s 10-2 victory Sunday at Huntington Park.

The herd picked up right where they left off last night when they scored 15 runs against Columbus Saturday. After being held scoreless in the first inning Sunday the Bisons scored at least one run in the next four innings.

Six of the 10 runs were scored on home runs the first coming on a solo-shot by Jesus Feliciano, three more when Zach Lutz drilled a shot in the third inning and two more in the fifth inning courtesy of the Bisons RBI leader Valentino Pascucci.

Dylan Owen worked seven innings giving up just one run on a home run in the fifth inning. Owen gave up four hits one walk and struckout seven Clippers in his best start of the season, and just the second time that Owen has gone seven innings.

For the second start in a row Owen also gave up just one run and got a win to keep the Bisons winning streak going at three games. The Herd also moves to 6-1 in their last seven games out scoring the Clippers 25-5 in the Herd’s last two wins.

Game Notes: Valentino Pascucci moved his team leading RBI total to 90 with the help of his 20th home run of the season Sunday against the Clippers and has 15 games left to reach the century mark…Josh Satin failed to get a hit Sunday halting his hit streak at eight games…Dylan Owen had his best start of the year pitching into the seven inning while giving up just one run, it’s Owen’s second start in a row giving up just one run.

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