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Two More: RailRiders Fall to Mets in Ten

Jesus Bastidas homered for the second straight night, but the RailRiders fell 4-3 in 10 innings at Syracuse. (Todd Hiller)
September 22, 2023

BOX SCORE | SYR 4, SWB 3 (10) Syracuse, NY (September 22) - The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders were walked off by the Syracuse Mets 4-3 in ten innings. The RailRiders scored the first run of the game in the fourth inning. Franchy Cordero lined a single to left field for their

BOX SCORE | SYR 4, SWB 3 (10)

Syracuse, NY (September 22) - The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders were walked off by the Syracuse Mets 4-3 in ten innings.

The RailRiders scored the first run of the game in the fourth inning. Franchy Cordero lined a single to left field for their first hit of the game. An RBI double from Andres Chaparro gave them a 1-0 advantage.

In the sixth, Jake Lamb singled to reach and scored on a home run from Jesus Bastidas. It was his second consecutive game with a long ball.

Syracuse broke the shutout in the bottom half. Jose Peroza drew a walk to lead off and scored on Jaylen Palmer’s double. AN RBI single from Lorenzo Cedrola made it 3-2 RailRiders.

Then, the Mets tied it up in the eighth. Peroza walked again and moved over on an error. Wyatt Young’s run scoring single brought him home for a three apiece game.

The contest moved into extras, but SWB could not plate a run in the top of the tenth. Syracuse loaded the bases in the home half, but a five-man infield put up two outs. Brandon McIlwain worked a full-count walk to drive in the winning run. For the second straight night, the Mets walked off the RailRiders, this time 4-3.

Edgar Barclay pitched five and a third of two run ball. He matched a career-high eight strikeouts. Matt Krook had a scoreless appearance. Josh Maciejewski gave up the tying run, albeit unearned, in the eighth. Michael Gomez (L, 2-6) did the same in the tenth.

Vinny Nittoli tossed two clean frames to start for Syracuse. Tyler Thomas allowed a run in two and a third frames. Nolan Clenney gave up a pair in his two and two thirds. Eric Orze (W, 3-4) had two scoreless frames at the end of the game.

The RailRiders and Mets continue their series tomorrow with a 6:35 PM start. Major League rehabber Frankie Montas is set to get the ball.