Garrison’s Gritty Win Keeps Thunder Alive

Thunder beat writer John Nalbone joins Hank Fuerst on Wednesday’s SBLI Pre-Game Show…

(Trenton, NJ) – Austin Krum drove in three runs and the rehabbing Ramiro Pena drove in another to lead the Trenton Thunder (65-70) past the first-place New Hampshire Fisher Cats (73-64) 7-2 on Monday night at Waterfront Park.  The Thunder offense used a pair of three-run innings to back Steve Garrison, who threw 5.2 strong frames to grab his fourth win of the season.  The win in the third game of the four-game set breaks a seven-game losing streak for the Thunder and keeps the team’s faint playoff hope alive in the Eastern League Eastern Division.


The hometown hero

Breaks the Thunder losing streak

Winning streak at one


Krum’s extra-base night

Leads to holding out hope

For more playoff talk

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