Anderson shuts down Stingers with terrific outing, Huskies fall late.
Duluth dropped both games of their Friday night doubleheader, losing in extra innings 9-8 in game one, while taking a narrow-loss of 2-1 in the finale, but were led in game two by a dazzling pitching performance from their starter Toby Anderson.
Anderson shined off the mound tonight, giving six innings of work, allowing one run (none earned) on four hits and striking out four batters, but received a no-decision, as the Stingers triumphed in late-innings to sweep the doubleheader. A sophomore from Minnesota, Anderson has been one of the keys to the Duluth rotation, owning a 4-3 record, 4.00 ERA, striking out 26 batters over 54 innings, as well as only allowing one earned run in his last 12 innings pitched.
The postseason-bound Huskies round out their regular season with a road series in Thunder Bay, with first pitch beginning at 7:05 PM.