HARLINGEN — Once again, Harlingen Cardinals pitcher Jaedon Wynn and the defense behind him had a solid outing.
Unfortunately for the Cardinals, it wouldn’t be enough as they only managed two hits in a 3-0 loss to the Brownsville Veterans Chargers and the arm of starting pitcher Noe Solis Tuesday night at Harlingen Field.
Solis fanned nine batters and walked only one in seven shutout innings to pick up the win for the Chargers (17-3, 11-1).
“Defensively we did a fantastic job in the outfield and the infield,” said first-year Veterans head coach Eric Gonzalez.
“We came up with some good defensive plays because I know (Harlingen) can hit. We took them out of some innings and Noe (Solis) did a fantastic job hanging in there — it was a good defensive team effort.”
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