Tigers Baseball Drops Final AAC Home Game

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Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.
Memphis baseball dropped a 4-2 game to close its home series against Cincinnati Sunday afternoon at FedExPark.

The Bearcats limited the Tigers’ offense to five hits, while timely offense from the visiting side served as the difference.

“They didn’t give us anything. The big games we’ve had offensively this year, we’ve taken advantage of freebies,” Head Coach Daron Schoenrock said. “When they don’t give much away and you’re forced to hit, it’s tough. We did that to them too. They found a couple holes, but that’s the way the game plays sometimes. They found the holes today with runners on and we didn’t.

Memphis starter Chris Durham scattered three earned runs across 6.2 innings pitched and added seven strikeouts. Takoda Metoxen turned in a strong performance out of the bullpen, allowing just one hit in 2.1 scoreless frames with four strikeouts.

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