Yesterday, Rocket City Trash Pandas starting pitcher Coleman Crow dealt six innings of hitless baseball, leading his team to a 3-0 lead to begin the 7th inning.

Trash Pandas' manager Andy Schatzley then decided to pull Crow from the game, opting to bring in reliever Ben Joyce, the same Tennessee pitcher that was famously throwing 105+ mph for the Volunteers last season.

Joyce then walked four batters, and a costly error by the Trash Pandas' center fielder Jeremiah Jackson allowed three Lookouts to score, making it a 4-3 ballgame.

The Trash Pandas' would then turn to Eric Torres to clean up Joyce's mess. Torres would then hit four separate batters, walk one, and throw a wild pitch to bring in three more runners to score for Chatanooga, handing over a 7-3 lead.

Torres would strikeout Ilvin Fernandez to end a disastrous top of the 7th for Rocket City.

The Trash Pandas' would score two runs in the bottom of the 7th, but it was too late; they lost 7-5 while throwing a no-no.

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