The Staten Island Yankees dropped their third straight game to the Hudson Valley Renegades.
A crowd of 5,352 filled the Richmond County Bank Ballpark to see the Baby Bombers on Anti-Bullying Night.
Giovanny Gallegos took the hill for Staten Island, making his second start of the year. He pitched five innings allowing two runs on four hits. Throwing a total of 53 pitches.
Kale Sumner made his second start at third for Staten Island. He is the third SI Yankee infielder to man the hot corner after Francisco Rosario was promoted and Jerison Lopez was placed on the DL.
Derek Toadvine started at second base and lead off for Staten Island.
Toadvine was 1-for-4 in the lead off spot for Staten Island.
Shortstop John Murphy moved to the second spot in the lineup. Murphy was 2-for-4 including the first Staten Island home run of the new season.
Michael O’Neill was the designated hitter for the evening and continued his hitting streak. He has hit safely in five consecutive games.
Brandon Thomas got the start in center field. He was 1-for-3 in the game with a walk.
He was busy in the field as the wind carried a lot of balls into center throughout the night.
Yeicok Calderon was one of several Baby Bombers hitters to hit safely in the game. He was 1-for-4 in the game.
Kale Sumner continued his hit streak with a hit in his fourth consecutive game.
Isaias Tejeda was held hitless
as was Mikeson Oliberto
and Bubba Jones.
Andy Beresford made his pro debut in the game allowing two runs on three hits and striking out two in an inning of work.