Moosic, Pa. (SWB RailRiders) – Despite the addition of the rehabbing Curtis Granderson, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders’ (Triple-A/New York Yankees) offensive woes at home continued as they fell on Thursday night in 11 innings to the Indianapolis Indians (Pittsburgh Pirates), 2-1.
Granderson started in right field, and batted second for the RailRiders. He reached on a fielder’s choice in the first inning and grounded out to second in the third, but recorded his first hit of the 2013 season in the sixth. He hit a fastball from Indianapolis starter Gerrit Cole up the middle into center field. Second baseman Ivan DeJesus, Jr. made a diving stop, but did not have a chance
Curtis Granderson begins rehan stint with Triple-A Scranton. (Photo by Nicole Sorce)
to throw out the speedy Granderson, who legged out the infield hit.
The RailRiders struck first with a run in the fourth. With one out, Ronnier Mustelier singled to center field. He then stole second and advanced to third when Da...