Ridgemen, Oilers use big innings to split DH

WEBSTER, N.Y. — One big inning can set the stage for an entire game, and in this case, it was two big innings that gave the Rochester Ridgemen and Olean Oilers a split of their doubleheader Saturday afternoon at Basket Road Field. Olean scored four runs in the fifth inning of game one to take a 4-2 victory, then Rochester answered with a three-run third in game two en route to a 4-3 victory in New York Collegiate Baseball league action.

“I was overly impressed,” Olean coach Sean O’Connell said of his team’s opening game. “The aggression at the plate is starting to change.”

Rochester started early against Olean’s Austin Bizzle (Alabama State), plating a pair in the bottom of the first.

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