In the Arizona Fall League on Monday night, Scottsdale dropped their fourth straight game, losing 7-6 at home to Mesa. The game included six errors from Scottsdale. The Scorpions are now 1-4 on the season.
Alen Hanson was the only Pittsburgh Pirates player in the starting lineup and he had a tough night in the field. He made a fielding error in the first inning, then made a costly throwing error in the third inning that led to two unearned runs scoring. At the plate, Hanson was hitting second in the lineup. He grounded out to third base in the first inning, then grounded out weakly back to the pitcher in the third.
In the fourth inning, Hanson came to the plate with two men on and two outs, with his team trailing 6-4 on the scoreboard. He worked a 2-1 count before the runner from fi...
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