The Deltaville Deltas used multi-hit games from five different players to come back from an early 4-0 deficit, defeating the York Cannons 9-5 on Saturday night in Deltaville.
York struck early in the second inning, plating four runs on four hits and a defensive error. Deltaville responded in the bottom half of the inning, with Brett Crawford and Matt Fischgrund driving in runs to halve the Cannon advantage.
In the third inning, Alexander Crittenden and Travis Myers drove in two more runs to tie the game, and Fischgrund scored in the fourth to give Deltaville a 5-4 lead.
Deltaville plated three more runs in the seventh, and traded runs with the Cannons in the 8th to secure the win.
Jay Moore rebounded from the four-run second inning to hold York scoreless through the seventh inning. He scattered 12 hits over 7+ innings, allowing four runs (three earned) while striking out three. Robert Shermer earned the save, allowing one run over two innings of relief. He struck out two.
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