The Baysox jumped out in front in the sixth inning after another Martinez single and Brandon Snyder’s team leading sixth home run. The two run shot put Bowie up 3-1.
Back-to-back singles from Drew Dosch and Garabez Rosa set up another run for the Baysox in the bottom of the seventh inning. Quincy Latimore hit a sacrifice bunt to move the runners up a base and Corban Joseph hit a sacrifice fly to score Dosch and record his first RBI with the Bowie and give the Baysox a 4-1 lead.
Reliever Mychal Givens (3-1, 1.52) came on for Doyle in the eighth inning. It was Givens’ first appearance back with the Baysox after making his major league debut with the Orioles against the Red Sox on Wednesday. Givens threw two scoreless innings against New Britain, giving up just one hit, and picking up his 13th save of the year for Bowie. This was also Doyle’s fifth win in six appearances and team leading seventh with overall. His final line was seven innings, four hits, one run, one walk, and a season high nine strikeouts to lower his ERA to a team-best 2.37..
The Baysox begin a seven game roadtrip and head to Erie for a three game series starting Saturday night at 7:05 p.m. Elih Villanueva (5-5, 2.54) gets the nod for Bowie as he tries to pick up back-to-back wins for the first time since May 2 and May 7.