LA PLUME, Pa. — Battling a steady drizzle for most of the game, the Keystone offense finally came alive as part of an eight-run sixth inning, as the sixth-ranked Giants picked up itheir 18th consecutive victory, 12-7 against Widener on Monday afternoon.
With the win Keystone moves to 28-4 on the year, while Widener falls to 20-16.
Mike Rossi worked two innings in relief to earn his third win of the season. Rossi allowed one run on three hits in moving to 3-1.
Brian Del Rosso picked up three hits to lead the Giants who recorded 11 on the afternoon. Widener picked up a baker’s dozen, as both teams combined for 10 errors.
Andrew Siano and Esteban Meletiche each added a pair of hits, with Siano knocking in one and scoring once. Chris Bzozowski doubled to go along with three RBIs, while Frank Mormino added two RBIs.
The Giants trailed 2-1 as they headed into the bottom of the sixth, when the Giants sent 13 men to the plate, scoring eight runs on just three hits, while also taking advantage of two Pride errors. Mormino and Bzozowski came up with the big hits, with each driving in two.
Keystone would add a three spot in the seventh for what was a 12-3 lead at the time. After scoring once in the eight, Widener tried to make things interesting by drawing three walks to go with one hit and an error to score three times in the ninth, but fell short.