Date: Jun 07, 2015
By: Paul Huang / Contributing reporter
The top-ranked Lamigo Monkeys picked up a much-needed win on the road by topping the second-placed EDA Rhinos 6-3 at Cheng Ching Lake Baseball Stadium in Kaohsiung last night to clinch their first series in two weeks.
Lin Chih-sheng added to his league-leading batting average of .391 by going two-for-four with a double and a home run on a two-RBI night to lift the Primates past their foes. The two-run blast off Rhinos staff ace Mike Loree, Lin’s 14th of the year, kept the Lamigo slugger on pace with the Rhinos’ Kao Kuo-hui, who also homered on the night to cling onto a one home run lead over Lin.
“It is great to be able to help our team win, especially in a close race for the first-half title,” Lin said after the game. [FULL STORY]