Harrisburg tops Baysox, 1-0 Game 2 rained out

THE BALTIMORE SUN

BOWIE -- The first batter following a two-hour, three-minute rain delay singled home the lone run to give the Harrisburg Senators a 1-0 Eastern League victory over Bowie at Prince George's Stadium in the opener of a scheduled doubleheader last night.

The second game was rained out, but no makeup date was announced.

Todd Revenig had just replaced Bowie starter Shane Hale with two runners on and none out in the fifth inning. Jose Vidro twice unsuccessfully tried to sacrifice before grounding a shot off first baseman Tommy Davis' glove to score ex-Baysox player Rob Lukachyk from second.

The Baysox (10-17) managed only two base runners through six innings against Everett Stull and winner Shayne Bennett before putting two on with two out in the seventh against Bennett and Harrisburg closer Kirk Bullinger.

Davis then hit a soft liner to first to end the game.

The loss was only the second in the past seven games for Bowie, which was shut out for the third time this season.

Pub Date: 5/09/96

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