Binghamton would struggle to find hits on Friday night dropping a 7-2 contest to Harrisburg and only finding three hits in the loss.

The Senators would set the tone off of the second pitch of the contest when Robert Hassell III would blast one to right field for his third homer of the year. Harrisburg would add another run in the inning courtesy of an RBI double by Andrew Pinckney. 

Harrisburg would add one more run in the third inning after the Senators would get two runners on before a wild pitch by Tyler Stuart would allow J.T. Arruda to score to make it 3-0 Senators.

Binghamton would finally get on the board in the fourth inning when Matt Rudick would get on base before Nolan McLean would pick up an RBI double to get the Ponies on the board. 

The Senators would end their night with a bang as Dermis Garcia would hit his seventh homer of the year in a grand slam to put the contest out of reach.

Nolan McLean picks up his first homer in Double-A home run in the bottom of the ninth.

Binghamton now falls to 25-22 on the season and will continue their series with Harrisburg on Saturday June 1 at 6:07 P.M. at Mirabito Stadium.