Both the Frontier Greys (15-16) and the Washington Wild Things (12-21) put runners aboard on Sunday, but it was the Frontier Greys that were able to take advantage, pulling out a 2-1 win at CONSOL Energy Park.
The fact that the Frontier Greys grouped all of their runs into the sixth inning helped them take advantage of their hits.
The Frontier Greys got the win thanks in large part to Colin Feldtman's dominant, six-strikeout performance. Feldtman allowed one earned run on four hits and one walk over six innings.
The Washington Wild Things were led by Scott Kalamar's hitting. Kalamar went 1-3, drove in one and scored one run. He.
Tim Flight couldn't get it done on the rubber for the Washington Wild Things, taking a loss. He lasted just five innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed two runs.