Lookouts Fall To Smokies, 5-2, In Series Opener At Tennessee

No Game Played On Easter Sunday But Doubleheader On Monday

Sunday, April 21, 2019

KODAK, TN - The Tennessee Smokies (8-6) defeated the Chattanooga Lookouts (5-9) 6-2 Saturday night in Game One of a scheduled doubleheader.

After the top of the third, the game went into a one hour and twenty-three minute delay, and in the top of the fourth, the Smokies broke a 1-1 tie with a four-run inning. Game two was postponed to Monday night.

Jose Siri reached in the top of the first as two Smokies defenders collided, he would come around to score on a sacrifice fly. 

Connor Myers hit an RBI-double to score P.J.

Higgins to tie the game in the second.

The Smokies bats came alive in the top of the fourth. Jhonny Pereda's RBI-single scored Myers and broke the tie. Pereda would come around to score on Jared Young's RBI-single. Robel Garcia's two-run double extended the lead to 5-1.

With runners on the corners in the fifth, Siri beat out a dribbler back to the pitcher for the Lookouts only hit. Brantley Bell scored on the play to cut the deficit to 5-2.

The Smokies got the run back in the sixth, Nico Hoerner doubled, moved to third on a fly out, and scored on Higgins' RBI-single.

RHP Jordan Johnson (L, 0-2) suffered the loss for the Lookouts. RHP Craig Brooks (S, 4) struck out Taylor Trammell and Ibandel Isabel with the bases loaded to end the game.

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The Smokies and Lookouts are off Sunday and will play a doubleheader as they resume their series Monday night. Both games will be seven innings in length.


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