By Joey White
Hanover, Md. – After a break on Tuesday to enjoy the Fourth of July festivities, the Baltimore Dodgers (10-16) looking to bring the fireworks against the Herndon Braves (12-14) at Joe Cannon Stadium.
This is the third time the Dodgers and the Braves have squared off this summer. Both times the Dodgers lost in one-run games.
The Braves have dropped their last two games before the league-wide off day on Tuesday, most recently getting shelled by the S.S. Takoma Thunderbolts 11-1. For most of the season, the team hasn’t struggled to score runs, and are due for a major scoring affair sooner rather than later.
The Braves can score in bunches due in large part to power hitting catcher Ciaran Devenney (Delaware St.). The backstop is tied for second in the league with five home runs on the summer, and leads the team with 27 RBI’s.
Outside of Devenney, Chandler Miller (Trevecca Nazarene), Scott Norwood (South Florida St.) and Cayden Stover (Lock Haven)...