CHATTANOOGA, TN (lookouts.com)---Travis Harrison's bases-clearing double in the seventh inning spurred the Lookouts (42-25) to a 7-4 win over the Jacksonville Suns (29-39) in front of a crowd of 4,855.
Before Harrison's double late in the game the Lookouts found themselves down early.In the fourth Viosergy Rosa smacked a two-run double and Terrence Dayleg hit a sacrifice fly to put the Suns up three runs.
Chattanooga aimed to tie the game back up in the bottom of that inning when a Max Kepler walk and a Harrison double gave them two runners on with no outs.Michael Gonzales and Heiker Meneses recorded RBI singles, but the team left the bases loaded and the team remained down one run.
In the seventh the Lookouts loaded the bases again, but were able to cash in this time.After Harrison cleared the bases he came around to score on a grounder by Stuart Turner.Each team added one more run in the eighth and Zach Jones came in to close out the game in the ninth. The save was Jones' 10th in 11 chances this season.
Tomorrow, the teams play one more game before the All-Star Break.Greg Peavey is on the mound for the Lookouts looking for his sixth win of the season.Game is set for 2:15 p.m. with gates opening at 1:00 p.m.