The Vermont Lake Monsters’ run towards a New York-Penn League title ended two games short with a 6-0 loss to the Hudson Valley Renegades on Thursday night. The Renegades earned the New York-Penn League title for 2017.
After dropping a 3-2, 13-inning decision on Wednesday, the Lake Monsters couldn’t get any offense going in Game Two. A Greg Deichmann single was the only hit for the Lake Monsters. They also drew three walks.
Parker Dunshee, who didn’t allow a run for the entire regular season for Vermont, allowed five runs in the second inning. That was all Hudson Valley would need, as Drew Strotman and Andrew Gist combined on the gem.
The Lake Monsters were making their first appearance in the New York-Penn League finals since 1996.
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