Nelson Slam Powers Rams to Win Over Mosley

Springfield, FL---The Rutherford Rams have earned a split in their two game season series with county rival Mosley, beating the Dolphins 7-4 Thursday night at Shamplain.

The Rams getting a 6 run third inning leading the way to that victory. The rally started with a walk, an infield single, a bunt single and then Mosley starter Joey Hair hit Dallas Davis to force in a run. That gave the Rams a 2-1 lead.

The next hitter was Nick Nelson and he hit a shot over the fence in left center, the grand slam making it 6-1.

After the next pitch, Mosley coach Todd Harless walked out to the mound to speak to Hair. The conversation apparently not going well, Hair not only left the game, he left the ball park.

Austin Bizzle came on in relief and he was greeted by Tyler Chatman's line drive home run over the fence in right. That made it 7-1. The Dolphins did push across three runs later in the game, but the Rams holding on to win it 7-4.

So the two teams split their two games this season, with Mosley winning the game April 5th 4-3 at Mosley. The Rams now 16-6, Mosley losing for just the second time this season, they're 21-2.

The attached video shows the following:

Rams post a run in the first, Mosley looking to counter that here in the top of the 3rd, bases full nobody out against Heath Holmes, he gets Jordan Larry to bounce into the 6-4-3 double play, Austin Bizzle scores to make it 2-1.

Bottom half Hudson's Rams would come right back scoring one when Joey Hair hits Dallas Davis with the bases full and then it's Nick Nelson turning on the fastball and taking it out over the fence in left center, a grand slam making it 6-1 Rutherford.

A pitch later, Todd Harless out to talk to Hair, that conversation did not go well, Hair would leave the game and in fact left the park.

Bizzle comes on in relief and Tyler Chatman greets him with this bomb to right making it 7-1. The Dolphins got one back in the 4th...
and two more after that but the Rams hold on to win 7-4.
Rutherford moves to 16-6, Fins lose for just the second time this season, 21-2.