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Published on Aug 25, 2011
The B-Mets cracked three home runs and defeated the Erie SeaWolves 10-5 at NYSEG Stadium. The victory capped Binghamton's second consecutive three-game series sweep and extended their winning streak to a season-best seven games.
Binghamton has won ten of their last eleven games and outscored their opponents 83-42 over that span. Tonight's win is their league-leading 15th in the month of August.
Things got off to a bumpy start for Robert Carson. The B-Mets starter handed out two walks and paid for it when Rawley Bishop singled home a run in the first inning.
The B-Mets responded quickly in their first turn at bat. Matt den Dekker sent the second pitch from starter Casey Crosby over the left field fence for his tenth home run of the season.
Binghamton took the lead for good in the second. Mike Fisher and Kai Gronauer started the rally with singles. Niuman Romero followed with an RBI single to center and Den Dekker capped the rally by squeaking another home run over the left field fence. The three-run shot was his third home run in as many at-bats, dating back to last night's game.
The B-Mets did not take their foot off the gas pedal. Gronauer launched a solo homer into the rail yard in the fourth and Eric Campbell drove in a pair of runs on a single in the fifth. Juan Lagares' single in the fifth extended his hitting streak to 14 games.