Fisher Cats blanked again in RichmondStaff report
June 15. 2014 8:44PM
The New Hampshire Fisher Cats’ bats remained silent on Sunday.
Less than 24 hours after being blanked on five hits by Richmond pitching, the Fisher Cats collected only five hits again in a 2-0 loss to the Flying Squirrels on Sunday in Virginia.
Devin Harris’ two-run homer in the sixth inning off Scott Copeland was all the hosts needed to win the series, two games to one. Copeland (5-6) allowed four hits over seven innings.
Adalberto Mejia (3-5) earned the victory, going the first seven innings and allowing only four hits and one walk. He fanned seven. Hunter Strickland worked a perfect eighth and Cody Hall allowed one hit in the ninth for hits fifth save.
Yusuf Carter collected two of the hits for New Hampshire, which has an off day today before opening a three-game series (and homestand) on Tuesday against Altoona.