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Gallagher Struggles As Bison Get Revenge

Gallagher Struggles As Bison Get Revenge

Gallagher pitched two more innings.  He gave up a single to RF Bubba Bell in the 4th, and a second walk to Pascucci in the 5th.  The biggest mistake he made in those last two innings was a solo home run to Fisher to lead off the top of the 5th.  The ball sailed up and out over right center field, just barely over the fence to the left of the 362' sign.  Gallagher gave up a total of 8 hits and 2 walks for 4 runs in his 5 innings, with 2 strikeouts.  He threw a total of 86 pitches with 57 strikes.  He was charged with the loss, his 6th of the season, for a 1-6 record.Dan Meyer took over for Gallagher to begin the top of the 6th.  Meyer gave up a 2-out double to opposing pitcher Brian Sweeney (Sweeney's first hit of the season), but a grounder to 3B Josh Harrison turned into a fielder's choice, and Sweeney was tagged out on the base path in a brief run-down (Harrison to d'Arnaud to Ciriaco).  Meyer began the top of the 7th with a fly out and a walk ...

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