Photo caption - Conrad Gregor raps out one of his three hits as the Rockland Boulders cruised to a 10-2 victory over the New Jersey Jackals at Palisades Credit Union Park in Pomona, NY. (credit Drew-Wohl, Rockland Boulders)
Conrad Gregor and Rylan Sandoval each recorded three hits and two RBI as the Rockland Boulders cruised to a 10-2 victory over the New Jersey Jackals at Palisades Credit Union Park. The Boulders have now won two straight and their magic number is down to four with nine games remaining as they look to clinch their fifth consecutive Can Am League playoff appearance.
David Palladino worked six scoreless innings to earn the victory with Max Biedrzycki tossing the last three to earn the save in his Rockland debut. Sandoval's two run double put the hosts on top in the second inning, and Reggie Wilson crashed a three-run homer in the third to open a 6-0 cushion as the Boulders never looked back in front of a record-setting crowd of 6,712.
The Boulder play their regular-season finale at Palisades Credit Union Park against the Jackals on Sunday with first pitch slated for 5 pm. They then hit the road for their final eight games, with four at Trois-Rivieres and four in Ottawa.