After scoring one run on Friday night's game against the Suns, Chattanooga experienced a heavy downpour of rain, halting the game to not Saturday but Sunday after having the game called again before it even started.
The Lookouts started their rain-delayed game from Friday night Sunday afternoon right where they left off.
Chattanooga had the advantage of a single run already on the board from Friday night, when Brian Cavazos-Galvez hit a soft line drive to center field and brought in Osvaldo Martinez.
It looked like the game might go into extra innings when Jacksonville hit a homerun in the fifth inning and tied the game up, but the Lookouts answered right back when Miguel Rojas scored from second after a close call at home off of Matt Wallach's single to right field.
The Lookouts winning pitcher for the game was Garrett Gould who allowed for two hits, one of which was a homerun, a walk, and three strikeouts. Gould pitched for a little over two innings.
Chattanooga's lead off pitcher was Chris Reed who pitched a total of four innings. Reed allowed for four hits, no walks, and nine strikeouts with his four innings on the mound. This means that Reed earned nine of the 12 outs in those innings himself. Giving him a 3.36 ERA with his time during the game.
The Lookouts final pitcher for the game was Ross Stripling who spent two innings on the mound and allowed no hits or runs, and three strikeouts.
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