Giordano's home run cut into the Athletics lead, Dean Hopper's 2 RBI single knotted the game and Ryan Bradford's two run home run moved the Tigers ahead, a lead which they did not give up.
Hopper started on the bump for the Tigers who was relieved by Brekyn Vasquez and Bradford closed out the win for the Tigers. Reid Zoldan started and pitched well for the Athletics and was followed by Mason Harrison and Mathew Sandstadt. The Tigers came into the contest with a win loss of 0-3 while the A's held a record of 4-0.
"It was a big confidence builder for the us and I look for it to turn our season around," said the Tigers manager after the game.
The Bear River Brewers used 86 pitches by Elliot Bouchier and hot bats to jump out to a 7-0 run against the BR Yankee's starter Ethan Warner who threw 85 pitches in early action Saturday night. Warner was relieved by Peyton McGovern and Bouchere was relived by Anthony Vierra as the game ended at 12-7 even though the Brewers held an 11-0 lead in the fourth.