Rain Suspends Game Four of Fall Baseball World Series
HATTIESBURG, Miss. - Game four of the 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness World Series here Thursday night at Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson Field was suspended due to rain.
The Black squad, down 3-0 in the best-of-seven series, holds a 3-0 advantage in the contest when rains halted play with one out in the top of the fifth in this seven-inning affair. The game will resume at 4 p.m., Friday.
The first four hitters of the game for the Black in the top of the first reached base, which included a single by Michael Sterling to start the game, followed by a walk to Andrew Furr. Mason Robbins then delivered an RBI single before Matt Durst notched a run-scoring double to left-center.
Jared Bales then completed the scoring with a sacrifice fly two batters later to account for all the scoring.
The Gold managed just one hit, a third-inning knock by Tyler Burdeaux, and could not take advantage of three Black squad errors.