published Sunday, July 20th, 2014

Chattanooga Lookouts fall 3-2 in 14 innings

MOBILE, Ala. — The Chattanooga Lookouts and Mobile BayBears were planning on two Southern League baseball games totaling 14 innings Saturday night, but it took 14 before the first one was decided — 3-2 for the home team. The second game was postponed.

Lookouts shortstop Corey Seager tripled to left field but struck out four times in going 1-for-6 in his Class AA debut. Seager's triple followed a Daniel Mayora double that led off the fifth inning, and Seager came home on a Jeremy Hazelbaker single to center.

Zach Borenstein singled to left in the third inning to score Tom Belza and Jake Lamb and put the BayBears up 2-0.

In the bottom of the 14th, Nate Samson singled to left field and Juan Gonzalez made an error on a pickoff throw and then a one-out wild pitch to get Samson to third. After an intentional walk to Lamb, Ryan Court singled Samson home for the win that made Mobile 61-36 for the season and Chattanooga 36-62.

The Lookouts totaled five hits in the game. Mobile doubled that total.

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