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Chris Breen's walk-off hit in the seventh gave the SI Yanks the win (Robert M. Pimpsner)

Breen Walks-Off With the Win For SI Yanks

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The Staten Island Yankees walked off with the victory in game one of the double header at the Richmond County Bank Ballpark thanks to a RBI base hit to centerfield by Chris Breen in the bottom of the seventh inning.
 
The Baby Bombers started the scoring off in the bottom of the third inning thanks to a Nathan Mikolas homerun over the right field video board that went an estimated 366 feet.  It was Mikolas’ first homerun of the season.  Jake Anderson then reached via a fielding error, moved to second when Devyn Bolasky singled to center and then went to third after Jose Javier was hit by a pitch.  With the bases loaded Ty McFarland singled to left to bring home Anderson and give the Yankees a 2-0 lead.
 
Matt Borens made his first start for Staten Island at home.  The recent draftee went four shutout innings allowing just a hit and striking out two.  He was followed by Sean Carley who allowed two runs on two hits and two walks.  Andury Acevedo was next on the hill and earned the win throwing a scoreless inning of relief.
 
Staten Island won the game in the bottom of the seventh inning in walk off fashion.  With two outs Jose Javier singled to center then moved to second on a single to right by Ty McFarland.  Chris Breen was next at the plate and proceeded to send a fly ball to center field for the game winning RBI base hit.
 
Devyn Bolasky raised his average to .321 with a 2-for-4 game, Ty McFarland’s average is back at .299 thanks to a 2-for-3 game.  Chris Breen was also 2-for-4 in the game.

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