Chattanooga Lookouts Lose Third Straight To Biloxi Shuckers Saturday, 6-1

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Biloxi, MS - - Chattanooga hitters continued to struggle while Biloxi pitchers excelled resulting in another loss to the Shuckers at MGM Park Saturday night. Three Biloxi hurlers held the Lookouts to just two hits in a 6-1 win

Lookouts bats were put to sleep for the first seven innings as Trey Supak worked a perfect game until a double by Mitch Nay in the sixth broke it up scoring Chattanooga's only run.

A three-run home run from Jake Gatewood broke the scoreless game wide open in the fifth inning. 

Chattanooga's other hit came from Ibandel Isabel in the seventh inning.

When the dust settled the Lookouts were struck out 12 times and allowed just those two hits.

Game  Recap

Lookouts game highlights (from redsminorleagues.com)

  • Ibandel Isabel went 1-4.
  • Mitch Nay went 1-3 with a double and a run scored.
  • Aaron Fossas was charged with 2 unearned runs in 1.1 innings of relief.
  • Alex Powers threw a perfect inning with a strikeout

  • Box Score

     In an afternoon game on Sunday, the Lookouts send RHP-Johendi Jiminian (1-1,3.91) to face RHP-Drew Rsmussen (0-0, 1.40) at 3:25 ET. Follow the game on 98.1 The Lake and at MiLB.com. 


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