Pulaski deals Elizabethton harmful loss

from staff reports

  PULASKI, Va. -- The Elizabethton Twins dropped three games back of Greeneville last night when the Pulaski Blue Jays handed the team a 6-3 loss.
  Deacon Burns homered in the first frame for two RBIs to open the game up with the lead for 'Betsy.
  The Blue Jays, however, took the lead in the bottom of the second when Twins pitcher Kyle Aselton walked David Hicks, and Luke Hetherington tripled behind him.
  Brian Bormaster singled and drove Hetherington around. Anthony Aribaldi also singled but then advanced on an error by Jeremy Pickrel in right field.
  Mike Macaluso grounded out to second but Bormaster scored. Yuber Rodriguez singled into right field for and RBI. Then Eugenio Velez grounded out to Trevor Plouffe at shortstop but Garibaldi had the time to bring the score to 4-2, Pulaski.
  Dennis Medina took the mound in the fifth and walked two and had a wild pitch to load up the bases. He then walked his fourth batter for the forced run bringing the score 5-2.
  Jay Yaconetti flied out to center field in the seventh to bring Javier Sanchez in for another run around for the Twins but it would be enough.
  Aaron Tressler got his fifth save of the season in the eighth, keeping the Twins down and struggling to keep their pennett hopes alive.
  Edward Cannon (3-0) got the win allowing three hits, one run, one error and striking out six batters in three innings. Aselton (1-4) took the loss allowing five hits, four runs, four errors, walked two and struck out five in four innings.