Patriots Clobber Camden 14-2

8514gamerecapBridgewater, NJ – The Somerset Patriots (17-10, 64-33) crushed the Camden Riversharks (11-15, 34-62) 14-2 Tuesday evening in the series opener from TD Bank Ballpark.


In the top of the first inning third baseman Bryan Pounds socked a RBI sacrifice fly to give Camden an early 1-0 advantage.


The Patriots grabbed a 2-1 lead in the ensuing half inning as a run scored on an errant throw from Pounds while another run crossed home via a double play ball hit by right fielder Luis Montanez.


Somerset scored three more times in the bottom of the third inning to take a 5-1 lead. Designated hitter Daryle Ward cranked a two RBI double while Montanez hit a RBI sacrifice fly.


Four additional runs scored in the fourth frame as Somerset took a 9-1 advantage. Third baseman Corey Smith, second baseman Jeff Dominguez and right fielder Ty Wright each tallied RBI singles why center fielder Jonny Tucker sprayed a RBI double.


Right fielder Ryan Strieby blasted a home run (5) in the top of the seventh inning to cut the deficit to 9-2.


Dominguez ripped a RBI single, Smith crushed a homer (11) and first baseman Brian Barden hammered a three run home run (4) to make the score 14-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning.


David Harden (1-0) earned the win tossing five innings while allowing just one run on three hits. Pedro Liriano (0-7) endured the loss lasting three innings while allowing five runs on seven hits. Derell McCall earned the four inning save (1).


The 2014 Somerset Patriots season presented by Ford will continue Wednesday, August 6th when the Patriots are home at TD Bank Ballpark for a 11:05 a.m. game against the Camden Riversharks. For tickets, call (908) 252-0700 or visit www.somersetpatriots.com.


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