Tifton Gazette


April 4, 2014

Devils no hit through 6, but score 11

Brunswick swept in Friday doubleheader

TIFTON — The numbers appeared to be backwards on the scoreboard at Devil Diamond during game two of Tift County's Friday doubleheader with the Brunswick Pirates. Through six innings, the runs column read nine, but the hits column was zero. Correcting the hits part in their final at bat, Tift won 11-4 to complete the sweep. Game one ended 5-2.

Even though the Blue Devils finally broke through, the numbers still looked off at the end of the game. Three hits, eleven runs. It was an odd game for Tift, who had their greatest successes when they failed to touch the ball. Pirate twirlers walked 13 and hit three more. Fielders contributed three more errors.

Brunswick had little more luck. After scoring two in the opening frame, they were no hit from the 2nd until the 6th.


This story will be updated.

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