Last night, at Graham Field, the Texas Marshals and Victoria Generals split a doubleheader, and both games were scheduled for seven innings. The Generals won Game 1 in extra innings (12 innings) by a final score of 4-2, with the Generals hitting two home runs in the top of the 12th inning to take the lead. The Marshals won Game 2 in the bottom of the 7th inning on a wild pitch, allowing the game-winning run to score from third base.
Here are links to the respective box scores for yesterday’s (June 7, 2016) action:
Highlights for the Marshals from both games include:
- Tanner Ivey going 4-for-6 in game 1 with a run scored and a RBI
- Geisenger and DeVinny each getting two hits in game 1
- Ryan Hill pitching three innings of one-hit relief in game 1
- Parker Cormack scoring the game-winning run for game 2 on the wild pitch
The Marshals travel today to Victoria to take on the Generals tonight and tomorrow night. Both dates are scheduled to be single games, each with a starting time of 7:05 pm. Tonight’s game is a “free ticket night” in Victoria. More information can be found on the team’s website or by going to this link.
The Marshals return home on Sunday, June 12. They will host the Acadiana Cane Cutters, and it will be a doubleheader with each game being scheduled for seven innings. First pitch will be at 5:05 pm at Graham Field, on the campus of Prestonwood Church in West Plano.