Having played just six games for the Bisons thus far this season, Kevin Pillar is making a far larger impact than ever imagined.
The 24-year old was 4 for 5 with four doubles as the Bisons took down the Gwinnett Braves at Coolray Park Wednesday night.
The Herd gave up three runs in the bottom half of the first inning but they were able to settle down as was starting pitcher Thad Weber. The defense behind Weber committed three errors in the first frame which lead to two of the three runs counting as unearned.
Weber gave up just four hits and struck out five in seven innings of work for his third straight terrific start. He threw just 91 pitches in seven innings and had no walks.
Pillar, who batted in the leadoff spot, doubled in his first four at-bats of the night and scored two of the four Bison runs.
The Herd tallied one run in the fourth and two in the fifth to tie the game at three. Pillar scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch and the Bisons were able to secure the come from behind win.
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