|Biscuits celebrate on the field in Mobile after Mondays victory|
|Closer Brad Schrieber|
Tyler Goeddel and Cameron Seitzer drove in the only two runs of the ballgame. For Goeddel, it was his 72nd RBI of the year, second baseman Tommy Coyle swiped his 19th base.
The Bullpen Report is all good - Jeff Ames loaded the bases but worked out of trouble. He wasn't happy about walking two hitters, but didn't allow a run.
Mark Sappington tossed a shut down inning with a pair of strikeouts.
BigShow Matt Lollis did the same with two punchouts of his own and closer Brad Schrieber retired the final three Baybear hitters without allowing a baserunner.
It was a quiet contest with a quick pace, taking two hours and fifty minutes but it felt like much less. As the moon rose over the centerfield fence the Biscuits simply refused to be denied its prize. Only 813 were in attendance, but a fair portion of that were Montgomery faithful who made the trip to see their Biscuits drive the final nail into the North Division contenders coffins.
The Augusta, Ga native was a seventh round draft pick in 2012 and was listed as promoted from Hudson Valley on the Southern league website, but in fact has been in Port Charlotte hitting .235.
More importantly, Gantt has only made two miscues in 55 games and will add great glove to the outfield.
Marty made his Biscuits debut in Mondays tilt, coming in as a defensive replacement in left field and striking out in his only at bat.