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Staten Island Drops In Standings After Another Loss

The Staten Island Yankees fell to Aberdeen, 7-3 on Wednesday night, snapping their three game win streak. Yankees starter, Freicer Perez allowed six runs (five earned) in just 1.2 innings pitched.

The Yankees found themselves down 6-0 in the 2nd inning, as Aberdeen’s bats caught fire. Tucker Nathans led off the bottom of the 2nd, hitting a home run to get Aberdeen’s five-run 2nd inning started. Four straight hits, including a double to right field by Kirvin Mosequit contributed to scoring four additional runs.

The deficit was too much for the Yankees to overcome as they would not score until the 7th inning. They added two more runs in the 8th inning on Kane Sweeney’s double down the line. Kendall Coleman struck out to end the rally as they would go on to lose 7-3.

The Yankees find themselves 1.5 games out of first as Hudson Valley has been red hot, winning five in a row. They hope to redeem themselves in the finale against Aberdeen tonight. Nick Green will get the call for his second start of the season.

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