In front of an intimate crowd of 2,533 at the Ballpark in St. George the Staten Island Yankees fell to the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades 4-0.
Rookie Davis made his Staten Island debut going four innings allowing 3 runs, 2 earned, on five hits.
Left-fielder Brandon Thomas catches a fly ball to record the first out of the game.
Yankees shortstop John Murphy fields the ball and throws to first to record the second of the first inning.
Murphy reached base on a fielder’s choice in the third and then got a base hit in the ninth. He is seen here checking with the umpire after being caught stealing at second to end the third inning.
Designated hitter Derek Toadvine was kept off the base paths until the ninth when he had an infield hit to the second baseman.
Michael O’Neill played center for the Yanks and was 2-for-5 in the game.
Brandon Thomas was 1-for-3, he is seen here sending a ball in my direction in the camera well.
Kale Sumner had three hits
Catcher Isaias Tejeda was hit-less but reached on an error
Mikeson Oliberto had a hit in the game
Hector Crespo made his debut in the game but did not record a hit.
Jerison Lopez had two hits in the game before being taken out in the fifth inning. Francisco Rosario took his place at third.
Staten Island native Dillon McNamara made his professional debut in the game. The former Moore Catholic pitcher tossed two innings, allowing two hits and two walks.