BUFFALO- With both offenses being unproductive, pitching was left with little room for error Tuesday night at Coca-Cola Field. The Buffalo Bisons got the upper hand and scored two runs in the sixth inning and then two more in the eighth to defeat the Columbus Clippers 4-1.
Right-hander Danny Salazar started on the mound for Columbus and dazzled across four superb innings. Salazar gave up three hits, no runs, and fanned six batters during his outing.
The Clippers were only able to secure one run Tuesday night in the second inning.
Jeremy Hermida led off the inning with a line drive to center field for a double. The designated hitter then obtained third base on Juan Diaz ground out to short stop Munenori Kawasaki. With one out Matt Carson stepped up to the plate grounding out, but scored Hermida to take the lead against the Bisons, 1-0.
It wasn’t until the sixth inning that anyone would get back onto the board.
In the sixth, with Matt Langwell pitching, the Bisons took the lead. Due t...