Walkoff home run sends Dutchmen reeling

Albany regained the lead in the top of the seventh when Bello and Trinkwon scored on an error. A short time later, a bases-loaded wild pitch allowed Boney to score, and Anderson scored on an error by Elmira catcher Patrick Hyde to create a 10-7 advantage.

Bishop changed the momentum in Elmira's favor with a leadoff homer in the bottom of the eighth inning. The Pioneers added two runs to tie the game at 10.

Albany entered Tuesday's game off a doubleheader split against East Division-leading Glens Falls last Saturday at Bob Bellizzi Field. The Golden Eagles defeated the Dutchmen 4-1 in the opener, but Albany won the nightcap 6-4 when LaSalle Institute graduate Will Remillard drove in the go-ahead run with a fifth inning single.

The Dutchmen face Elmira again this evening before traveling to Cooperstown Thursday."

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