In the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday afternoon, the Surprise Saguaros lost 1-0 to Glendale on a day they could have clinched their division.
Two Pirates were in the starting lineup. Connor Joe was in left field and batted second. Eric Wood batted fourth and he was the designated hitter.
Joe grounded out to third base in the first inning. He walked to lead-off the fourth inning, then flew out to center field to end the fifth inning. Joe grounded out to third base again in the eighth. That left him 0-for-3 with a walk. He is 0-for-8 with four walks in his last three games.
Wood grounded out to second base to end the first inning, then singled with one out and Connor Joe on first base in the fourth inning. This was the first hit of the day for Surprise. Wood struck out swinging in t...
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