Silva Strong But Thunder Lose Late Lead

Addison Maruszak sits down with Hank Fuerst on the SBLI Pre-Game Show.

(Trenton, NJ) – The Trenton Thunder (19-17) lost for just the sixth time in 20 home games in 2011, falling to the Binghamton Mets (13-20) 3-2 in front of 6,334 Saturday night at Waterfront Park. Carlos Silva hurled six, strong innings but Allan Dykstra hit a two-run homerun in the top of the ninth to give the B-Mets a 3-2 lead that they would not surrender. Ray Kruml hit his first homerun of the season for the Thunder in the loss.

Kruml leaves the yard
But so does the Mets’ Dykstra
Series win Sunday!

An early error
A rare late-inning lead blown
Silva looking sharp

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