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On This Day In History | 1992

April 14, 2011

The Bears | Guidos (Front, 3rd from left), Belesimo (Front, 3rd from right), Mun (Back, 2nd from left), Van Slooten (Back, 3rd from left), Fuca (Back, 4th from left) & Fraser (Back, 4th from right)

On this day 19 years ago the baseball team earned a thrilling 10-9 victory over Greenport to earn their 2nd win of the season.  The Bears jumped out to a 3 run lead in the 1st inning on an RBI double by Adam Fraser, a run-scoring single by Brent Van Slooten and an RBI double by Adam Belesimo.  The Porters struck back in the top of the 2nd with 4 runs of their own to take the lead, then added to their edge with 2 more scores in the 3rd.  Their lead was short-lived as the Bears brought 5 men across the plate in the bottom of the 3rd to grab an 8-6 advantage.  Both sides scored a run in the 4th and after the Porters scored on a triple and a wild pitch in the 6th the game was left deadlocked at 9 heading into the final inning.  After a hitless top of the 7th for the Porters, Kyeng Mun led off the bottom of the inning with a walk.  After a stolen base by Mun, a pinch-hit single by Vincent Fuca and an intentional walk to Ryan Van Slooten, Paul Guidos stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded and 1 out.  The junior came through for the Brook with a game-winning sacrifice fly that scored Mun for the winning run.

 

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