Frosh Giants Suffer First Loss of the Season; Blame It On The Bougie

3/28: The frosh Giants played for the third consecutive day on Wednesday, and it did not appear to agree with them. The Giants were sluggish in all phases and were soundly defeated by Tamalpais by a score of 8-1, dropping their record to 6-1 on the season. Tam’s Tucker Bougie notched the victory, working around six hits and five walks over six innings to allow only one run. The Giants were unable to come up with the key hits with runners on, and also ran into several outs on the bases.

The Giants lone run scored in the first inning, when Jake Zesiger singled home Charlie Ginsburg. Mikey Bender started for the Giants and deserved a better fate, taking the loss despite allowing only two runs over four innings. Tam broke the game open late with a five-run sixth inning that was aided by some shaky defense from the Giants.

The frosh will try to rebound in their next game – at Marin Catholic on Saturday at 11:00 AM.

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