Trailing 5-0 with time operating brief to save lots of their season, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos charged back within the late innings to defeat the Montgomery Biscuits 6-5 on Thursday night and force a winner-take-all Game Three.
Nasim Nuñez got here through with the biggest hit of the evening, hitting his first Double-A residence run within the backside of the eighth to put Pensacola forward for good.
Eury Pérez allowed 4 runs over 3.zero innings as the Biscuits took an early lead for the second recreation in a row. Kameron Misner grounded an RBI triple into the best area corner and Kyle Manzardo lifted a sacrifice fly for a 2-0 lead within the first inning, and an Alika Williams sacrifice fly was followed by a Brett Wisely RBI double within the second to place the Biscuits ahead 4-0.
Pérez was changed by Patrick Monteverde in the fourth, and Jordan Qsar greeted him with a solo house run to increase Montgomery’s result in 5-0. But the lefty settled in, pitching into the eighth without any further harm to maintain the game inside reach.
Biscuits starter Sean Hunley allowed solely an infield single over his first 5.0 innings, however lastly cracked within the sixth as Davis Bradshaw hit an RBI double to get the Blue Wahoos on the board. Thomas Jones hit a two-run homer to draw the Blue Wahoos inside a pair at 5-3.
In the seventh, the Blue Wahoos pounced on former teammate Josh Roberson to tie the sport 5-5 on a two-out, two-run single from Bradshaw. Sean Reynolds (W, 1-0) stranded an inherited runner in the top of the eighth to protect the tie.
Nuñez, who had hit only two home runs in his professional career, launched a solo blast over the best area wall against Chris Gau (L, 0-1) to give the Blue Wahoos their first lead of the night time. Reynolds allowed a leadoff single within the ninth, however coaxed a game-ending double play from Blake Hunt to shut it out.
The Blue Wahoos will play the decisive Game Three of the Southern League Division Series in opposition to the Montgomery Biscuits on Friday night time.
by Erik Bremer, Pensacola Blue Wahoos