Lincoln's Harry Rounds hits one of the games five home runs
Chase Webb of the Tri-City Cardinals delivered a shot over the right field fence which never got more than 15 feet off the ground in the second inning which moved the score to 5-0. Webb also started on the bump for his team in which he earned the win in the 15-5 game by throwing only 35 pitches. #11 entered the game in relief.
The coaching strategy looked like it was going to come back on the Cards as Coats, Lincoln's catcher hit a three run double to right field which cut into the Tri-City lead at 5-3.
The Cardinals proceeded to load the bases in the following frame and this time it was Soto who it the ball over the left field fence moving the score to 9-3.
Webb hit his second home run of the game in the fifth which was last seen going into the trees in center field which cleared the 200 foot fence by at least 80 feet.
Webb missed his third home run of the game by six inches in his final at bat but Soto's bat had a little extra pop as he delivered his second dinger of the game which moved the score to 15-3 in the fifth.
The Cardinals went to the bull pen as their first relief pitcher #11 reached 34 pitches. The Tri-City manager called on #8 who pitched well but did make one mistake while facing Harry Rounds.
Rounds gave Brave's fans something to cheer about as hit a towering blast over the left field fence which resulted in two runs.