Ponies Pounded in Thunderous Attack
The Binghamton Rumble Ponies felt the wrath of the Trenton Thunder's lineup at NYSEG Stadium last (Tuesday) night. After a big Binghamton win two night's ago the Thunder turned the tables on the Rumble Ponies and banged out a 10-3 victory.
Marcos Molina was the starter for the Rumble Ponies and suffered the loss dropping his record to 1-9. Domingo Acevedo started and won for Trenton and raised his record to 2-1.
With the loss Binghamton falls to 36-39 while Trenton moves to 43-33. Heading into Wednesday's action here is how the Eastern Division of the Eastern League is shaping up.
1. New Hampshire 45-31
2. Trenton 43-33 (2 games out of first place)
3 Hartford 38-37 (6.5 games out)
4 Binghamton 36-39 (8.5 games out)
Over the last ten games Binghamton is 2-8 while Trenton is 4-6.
Game three in the four-game series is scheduled for tonight at 6:35 P.M. at NYSEG Stadium. Binghamton sends Nabil Crismatt to the mound against Trenton's Brian Keller. Crismatt is 8-4 with an ERA of 3.43.