Baseball News & Highlights
March 25, 2014
Eagles Stopped By Fords
The Eagles struggled to put anything together offensively, scattering five hits through six innings. Eastern's leadoff batter Ryan McMenamin scored in the top of the first after walking, stealing third and then coming home on an error by the catcher.
Eagles' pitcher Tom Gordon battled through five innings, allowing five hits and five walks while only giving up three earned runs.
The Eagles were still right in the game until the sixth inning when the Fords plated eight runs on five hits and five walks in the inning.
Eastern second baseman Ryan Kehr had the best day at the plate for the Eagles, going 2-for-3. Ryan McMenamin, Tyler Orr and Joseph De Los Santos had the Eagles other hits in the game. Orr and De Los Santos each had doubles.
The Eagles are scheduled to play at Swarthmore on Wednesday, depending on the weather, and then will play conference-opponent Misericordia this weekend.
Updated: Tuesday, 25 March 2014