Rhody's Starting Lineup
Roy (CF), Fortunato (2B), Cammans (LF), Stenhouse (DH), Adams (C), Quinn (DH), Annarummo (RF), Landi (3B), Caputo (SS), Narodowy (P)
Fordham's Starting Lineup
Swatek (1B), Mauri (3B), Maghini (SS), Lee (RF), McSherry (LF), Kownacki (DH), Cianci (CF), Phelan (C), McCunney (2B), Charest (P)
How it Happened
Rhode Island (27-20, 12-5) took a 1-0 lead in the top of the third when Tim Caputo scored from second on a two-out RBI single by Jeff Cammans. However, Fordham (20-30, 11-9) got the run back in the bottom of the fourth and went on to plate three more the following inning to take a 4-1 lead after five complete frames.
Rhode Island responded with a five-run seventh and managed to keep Fordham off the board the rest of the way, holding on for the 6-4 comeback win.
Inside the Box Score
- The victory marked the fourth time this season that Rhode Island came back from trailing after six innings to post a win. Similarly, URI improves to 24-1 when leading after seven.
- Five of URI's six runs were scored with two outs. Cammans - whose two hits and three RBI all came with two away - currently leads the team with 19 two-out RBI this season.
- Milan Adams and Joe Landi also finished with two hits apiece. Caputo went 1-for-2 with two runs scored and finished with six assists at shortstop.
- Kevin Stenhouse and Pat Fortunato extended their hit streaks to 10 and nine games, respectively. Meanwhile, Jeff Roy extended his reached-base streak to a league-leading 36 consecutive games this season.
- Anthony Pisani (3-0) earned the win, giving up just one hit over 3.1 scoreless innings of relief.
- Mike Bradstreet came in to close things out in the ninth, retiring the Fordham batters in order and picking up his 10th save of the season. He is now tied for second all-time at Rhode Island with 13 career saves.
- Joseph Charest (4-8) took the loss for Fordham, allowing six runs (four earned) on 11 hits over eight complete innings.
The Rams return to Houlihan Park to close out the series at Noon on Sunday.