June 18, 2018 | by: DCGrays.com Press
WASHINGTON, DC – – Starting pitcher Isaac Olson (Cincinnati) dominated on the bump Tuesday, leading the Grays to an 8-4 victory over the visiting Baltimore Dodgers. This now marks back-to-back wins for the Grays bringing their overall record to 5-9.
In a game that featured five errors, only five earned runs and an ejected Baltimore Dodgers manager, Olson manage to shine through it all. The starter went 7.1 innings, tallied seven strikeouts, and only allowed one hit in his day of work. He maintained a no-hitter until it was broken up on a single in the top of the 8th inning.
The offense also continued its hot streak, once again powered by OF’s Jawan McAllister (Longwood) and Mitch McIntyre (BYU). McAllister, fresh off of hitting for the cycle Monday, went 3-4 with three RBI, all coming from a three-run HR to left-center. McIntyre also homered in the game, giving both players HR’s on consecutive days.
The Grays will ride their short win streak to a matchup in Loudon Wednesday, when they take on the two-win Riverdogs at 7:00 PM.