09/06/2015 3:58 PM
GARY, IN – The Kansas City T-Bones shutout Gary yesterday, and Sunday afternoon the Railcats got revenge, with a 3-0 victory at the US Steelyard.
Kansas City starting pitcher Bobby Doran (8-6) allowed just three hits, but issued a season high seven walks. Doran was charged with all three runs, with two being earned.
The Railcats took a 1-0 lead in the second inning, after Doran walked Jose Sermo and Alex Hernandez to lead-off the inning. Two batters later, Spencer Mahoney grounded out to Vladimir Frias, but the turn on the double-play, was wild past first, and Sermo scored the opening run.
The Railcats scored two additional runs in the sixth inning, to take a 3-0 lead.
The T-Bones pitching staff, walked eight batters in total, and Gary allowed just two free passes.
Starlin Rodriguez was the only batter for Kansas City who reached base more than once. Rodriguez had two singles.
The T-Bones head into Monday's final game of the season, needing a win, to secure a winning season and a winning road trip.
The T-Bones (49-49) continue the final series in 2015, with a 1:10pm start, Monday afternoon, against the Gary Southshore Railcats (44-55).