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Pasadena had Barbers Hill player Juan Herrera hung up between third and home in a rundown during third-inning action. But instead of pursuing the chase further and probably tagging Herrera out, the youngster got rid of the ball, throwing it wide down to third and it got away from the third baseman, enabling Herrera to score the tying run.
Pasadena pitcher Rogelio Martinez was tossing a strong game. Halfway through the contest, he had allowed just an infield single, the result of a ball hugging the chalk line leading to third base. Pasadena scored its lone run in the second inning on a walk, a double to right center and a wild pitch.
The team had two more on the basepaths when a soft liner back to the mound ended the threat. Assisting the strong pitching on the hill for Barbers Hill was some strong play by the outfielders. The center fielder smothered a sizzling liner in the second inning and the left fielder corralled two hard-hit balls in the third. Pasadena lost a runner at third base in the top of the fourth. Attempting to steal third, Barbers Hill threw the runner out on a very close play at the bag.
The out hurt even more when on the very next pitch, the pitcher uncorked a wild pitch that would have sent the runner to third base. For more information on newspaper subscriptions and newspaper delivery, call or email deliveryservice hcnonline. For information on local classifieds and other HCN advertising, call