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Buffalo 5, Syracuse 2
The purple skies beyond Coca-Cola Field flashed with bursts of lightning south of the Queen City. Between the lines in Buffalo, the Herd struck just as fast for a victory over the rival Chiefs.
The Bisons made quick work of a two-run deficit to score a 5-2 win over Syracuse from Coca-Cola Field. A 23-minute rain delay may have shortened Matt Harvey’s second home start, but it didn’t come earlier enough to slow down the Herd attack.
The delay came in the bottom of the fourth inning, but after the Bisons rallied from an early 2-0 deficit. The Buffalo lineup jumped all over first pitch deliveries from Chiefs starter Erik Arnesen. Rob Johnson led off the third inning with a single and Omar Quintanilla followed with a first-pitch triple to right field to get the Herd on the board.
Harvey followed with a 390 ft sacrifice fly to tie the game at two.
Buffalo then struck for three runs in the fourth inning. Dustin Martin...