Savannah And Charleston Suspended In 6th Due To Rain
The RiverDogs were leading 8-3, when the rains came.
On Sunday, the final game of the four game series between the Savannah Sand Gnats and the Charleston RiverDogs at Grayson Stadium, was suspended due to heavy rains and lighting with the RiverDogs leading 8-3 in the top of the sixth inning. The game will be resumed on April 23 in Charleston.
Savannah scored two runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning to take an early 2-0 lead. Stefan Sabol walked, and after a wild pitch moved him to second, and a Tomas Nido single moved him to third, Sabol scored on a Wuilmer Becerra RBI single. With two outs, Nido scores on a throwing error by RiverDogs Alvaro Noriega, on a pickoff attempt.
The RiverDogs scored seven more runs in the top of the 6th to lead an 8-3 lead before the rains came to stop the game. Charleston scored all their runs on two doubles, two singles and three bases loaded walks.
Whats Next for the Sand Gnats:
Savannah plays a three game series with the Rome Braves starting at 7:05 pm Monday at Grayson Stadium.
Editor’s Note: Wally Murphy is a season ticket holder for the Savannah Sand Gnats and covers all home games for Legends on Deck.