Erie SeaWolves pitcher Ramon Garcia continued to toggle between wins and losses Saturday night.
Garcia, who’s alternated those decisions every start since May 14, resumed it in Erie’s 4-1 victory at New Britain. The left-hander allowed seven hits over eight innings, with the Rock Cats’ only run unearned.
The outcome extended the SeaWolves’ season-long road victory streak to four games. They’ll take a 33-33 record into Sunday’s final game against New Britain (35-31) for the Eastern League’s regular season.
– Mike Copper
Erie took a permanent lead in the top of the third inning. Left fielder Rawley Bishop, whose error led to the Rock Cats’ lone run an inning earlier, made amends with a sacrifice fly that capped the rally which made it 3-1.
Jamie Johnson added his own sacrifice fly in the fourth for the SeaWolves’ final run.
Corey Jones paced the visitors’ offense with three hits and two runs scored.
Erie played minus reliever Austin Wood, who was called up to Toledo. It was Wood’s third Triple-A assignment this season.
An Eastern League baseball signed by the 2011 SeaWolves is among the online items being auctioned by MiLB Charities. The high bid for it was $25 as of Saturday night.
The ball’s bid increment is $5, with the auction deadline scheduled June 28 at 10 a.m.