Chattanooga Drops Third Straight To Smokies in Sunday's 7-3 Loss

Lookouts Open Five-Game Homestand Against Birmingham (White Sox) Monday

Sunday, April 14, 2013
Onelki Garcia (0-1) took the loss for the Lookouts.
Onelki Garcia (0-1) took the loss for the Lookouts.
- photo by Tim Evearitt
KODAK, Tenn. - Behind a near-perfect outing by Dae-Eun Rhee, the Tennessee Smokies defeated the Chattanooga Lookouts 7-3 Sunday afternoon in front of 3,176 at Smokies Park. With the win, the Smokies won the five-game set over the Lookouts and improved their overall record to 5-5.

The South Korea native, Rhee had a perfect game going to the fifth inning until he gave up a double to Lookouts' third baseman C.J. Retherford. Rhee (1-0) pitched lights out for six innings, only allowing Retherford's double and striking out three. He lowered his ERA to 0.87 on the season.

Inning by inning Recap of the game

For the second straight night, the Smokies got on the board early, scoring two runs in the first inning off Lookouts starter Onelki Garcia. Matt Szczur led the game off with a single to left field. Ronald Torreyes walked and Arismendy Alcantara lined out to second base, scoring Szczur on a throwing error by Rafael Ynoa. Torreyes scored the second run of the inning on a sacrifice fly by Justin Bour.

In the bottom of the fourth inning, Jae-Hoon Ha singled to third and later scored on a Jonathan Mota single to right field putting the Smokies up 3-0.

With the score 3-1, Tennessee widened the gap to 7-1 in the seventh. The inning started with a single by Mota to left field. Johermyn Chavez then doubled on a deep fly ball to right center. After a Szczur sacrifice fly, Torreyes got his first RBI as a Smoky, scoring Chavez. Alcantara reached on a single to right and eventually scored on a ground ball by Ha. The fourth run of the inning came on a wild pitch, scoring Bour.

The Lookouts narrowed the Smokies lead to 7-3 with runs in the seventh and eighth innings. Blake Smith singled to left field scoring Joc Pederson in the top of the seventh and Rafael Ynoa singled to left field scoring Miguel Rojas. Pederson grounded out to first, scoring J.T. Wise.

The Smokies put up 12 hits in the game. Ha was a perfect 3-3 on the day, with an RBI and a walk. He is now batting .343 on the season.

Box Score

Chattanooga Lookouts are home Monday night for the first of five games with North Division leading Birmingham. Game time is 7:15 p.m.  Gates open at 6.


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