Indians over Red Sox 14-6

Game Played on 5/10/2018 5:30 PM at Cool 1
Results were reported on 5/13/2018 4:04 PM
GameID: 16560

Pitching for Indians Pitching for Red Sox
NameAgePitch Count
Charlie Kent950
Colson Cotter830
NameAgePitch Count
Cameron Moore948
Tyler Galdi848
Khwaja Hussain832

It was a great night of baseball at Coolidge 1. The Red Sox traveled to the Indians for a classic American League game.  

The Red Sox would lead things off in the first against the Indians ace Charlie Kent. Charlie made quick work in earning his first strike out. Cameron Moore hit a strong triple, which drove in Rylen Moore. Charlie Kent would retire the side with three K’s. In the bottom half of the first the Red Sox’s would send Cameron Moore to the mound.  Good plate discipline and a key single by Charlie King saw the Indians answer with five runs of their own. End one: Red Sox 1 – Indians 5 

In the second Charlie Kent and Colson Cotter hit the mound for the Indians. The Red Sox’s did a good job of working the pitch count. Colson battled back earning 2 K’s, but the Sox’s were able to bring in 5 runs. Ryan Aloisi, Cameron Moore and Tyler Galdi took the mound for the Sox’s in the bottom half of the second inning. The Indian’s patiently worked the count and once again Charlie King hit a single, driving in Jake Linton. Jack Auen, Charlie Kent, Charlie King and Jess Dullea scored runs. End of two Red Sox 6 – Indians 10

 Colson Cotter returned to the mound to lead off the third inning for the Indians. He pitched well as he retired the side with no runs scored. Red Sox’s sent pitcher Khwaja Hussain “K Bomb” to the mound for the bottom half of inning. The Indian batters methodically worked the count in their favor and then Charlie “Wild Thing” King earned his third hit of the night. Jesse Dullea, Brian Healy, Cole Hunt, and Colson Cotter all scored runs. End of three: Red Sox 6 – Indians 14.

The sun was setting and time ran out, so the three innings would be it. Both teams played well and enjoyed the game. Final Score: Red Sox 6 – Indians 14.