Twins take second game of doubleheader with Pulaski

from staff reports
   After falling 7-2 in the first game of a doubleheader against the Pulaski Blue Jays Friday night, the Elizabethton Twins were trying to erase a four-game losing streak in the second outing.
   Behind the solid pitching from Washington native Evan Meek, who tossed 12 strikeouts in five complete innings, Elizabethton put away Pulaski 9-3 at Joe O'Brien Field.
   Nick Thomas started off things for Pulaski, driving across Jayce Tingler with a big two run homer to take a 2-0 lead.
   Elizabethton bouced back with six runs in the second and third innings, thanks to a J.R. Taylor two-run triple and a Kyle Phillips three-run homer.
   Ron Perodin led Elizabethton with two hits and two RBIs, while Ryan Spataro and Felix Molina contributed RBI singles to the Twins' cause.
   Yuber Rodriguez had an RBI single for the Blue Jays in the seventh inning of the game.
   Pulaski 7
   Elizabethton 2
   Elizabethton got rolling on a two-run Dusty Goman homer, but Pulaski was simply too much in the middle innings, taking a 7-2 victory in the opening game Friday night.
   Brad Mumma took the victory on the mound for the Blue Jays after six complete innings of work.
   He was backed by solid itting from Jermy Acey, Jayce Tingler and Robinson Diaz who all bat around two hits a piece for Pulaski. Luke Hetherington, Nick Thomas and Yuber Rodriguez all had a hit for the Blue Jays, while Ron Perodin and J.R. Taylor added hits for the Twins.
   Elizabethton made three errors in the opening contest before 1,352 people.