06/29/2019 10:24 PM
Article By: Jonathan Kurman
MARYSVILLE, Ca. – The Medford Rogues (21-7) fell to the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox (20-9) 10-6 at Colusa Casino Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Gold Sox scored the first 10 runs of the game, but the Rogues battled back late in the late innings. With two aboard, Tre’Von Doresy (Undecided) lifted a line drive to left field that carried over the wall for a three-run home run to cap off an eight-run fifth.
Turner Olson (Chico State University) made his Rogues debut on the mound. He started the game and gave up three runs, two earned, and struck out one in two innings of work.
Medford native Josh Berman (Texas A&M Corpus Christi) came on in relief of Olson. He struck out three in 1.1 innings of work, but allowed two runs, one earned.
Pete Mendazona (Feather River College) also made his debut on the mound. He allowed three runs on three hits in 1.1 innings.
Devon Canty (Menlo College) came on in relief of Mendazona in the fifth inning.
Joe Johnson (Vanguard University) reached on an error with two outs in the top of the seventh inning. Tyler Hollow (Dixie State University) hit a line drive to the right side, but the ball hit Johnson in the back of the heel. Runners that are struck by batted balls are automatically out, and so that ended the seventh inning.
Rogues pitchers had a combined 1.2 innings pitched this season prior to today before Eagle Point native Preston Johnson (George Fox University) came on in the bottom of eighth inning.
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The Rogues will head to Sacramento to play a doubleheader against the Sacramento Heat at McBean Memorial Park in Lincoln, CA on Monday, July 1st at 12:00pm. After the road trip, the Rogues will host the San Francisco Seals at Harry & David Field for a one-game, non-league series on Tuesday, July 2nd. Tuesday, July 2nd is Red, White, and Blue Night at Harry & David Field, featuring the largest post-game fireworks show in Medford Rogues history. Bleacher tickets are just $2 for every Tuesday home game. Tickets are available online at MedfordRogues.com.
After playing a one game, non-league series at Harry & David Field with the Redding Ringtails, a semi-professional team from northern California, the Rogues will welcome Top Speed Baseball to Medford for the first time this season. The three-game series between the top two teams in the Golden State Collegiate Baseball League and two of the top 25 summer collegiate baseball teams in America will begin on Friday, July 5th.