Squirrels lose fourth straight, need win in final game to finish season above .500 –

The Richmond Traveling Squirrels will need to end on a winning note to complete above.500 this season.A four-run fifth inning Saturday moved the Erie SeaWolves past the Squirrels 8-4 in Erie, Pennsylvania, saddling Richmond with its fourth successive loss.The loss went down the Squirrels to 56-56 entering into Sunday’s season finale.Richmond hit 3 crowning achievement on Saturday. Frankie Tostado’s two-run shot in the first inning laid the Squirrels to a 2-0 lead. But Kerry Woodworker’s three-run double in the 3rd put Erie in front.Richmond linked the video game in the fifth on Jacob Heyward’s homer, his third in his past six

games.The SeaWolves reacted in all-time low of the inning with five hits as well as 4 runs, 2 beginning Daniel Cabrera’s homer off Michael Plassmeyer.Sandro Fabian’s homer accounted for the Squirrels’last run.

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