After sweeping Binghamton in the ELDS, Trenton picked up where they left off in the first game of the ELCS. While they fell behind early, they used a big third inning to propel them to an 8-2 victory over Harrisburg.
The Senators drew first blood in the top of the second, as Justin Bloxom started with a double to left and later scored on a sac fly by Jerad Head for the first run of the game. Harrisburg doubled its lead in the third. Nik Turley walked Billy Burns and Steven Souza. They pulled off a double steal and Burns scored on a wild pitch, but the Senators’ lead was short-lived as Trenton came to life in the bottom of the inning.
Ben Gamel and Reegie Corona both drew walks and Ali Castillo laid down a perfect bunt, right between the mound and third, loading the bases with no outs. Mason Williams then slapped a single to shallow right, plating two runs to tie things up.…