HARRISBURG — After a successful homestand, the Erie SeaWolves pulled out a 4-3, 10-inning victory Tuesday over the Harrisburg Senators at Metro Bank Park.
Brandon Douglas started the winning rally with a double in the 10th. He advanced on a Brandon Jones ground out. Player of the week Rawley Bishop hit into a fielder's choice that brought Douglas home.
Trailing 3-1 in the ninth, a wild pitch plated Kody Kaiser, who had reached base on a walk. Erie's Bryan Pounds reached on a fielding error and crossed the plate for the tying run.
The SeaWolves (now 55-67) went 5-1 on the homestand and now have won 10 of their past 11 games.
Michael Burgess provided half of Harrisburg's runs with two solo home runs.
Erie starter Anthony Shawler keeping Harrisburg (63-58) scoreless on four hits through four innings. He pitched seven innings and allowed all three Harrisburg runs on six hits and struck out four.
Left-hander Jay Voss (2-3) got credit for the win after pitching only 2/3 of an inning. Voss was promoted to Erie from Class-A Lakeland to replace Luis Marte, who was called up to Triple-A Toledo.
In another roster move, catcher Andy Bouchie was moved to the temporary inactive list. Catcher Tyson Kendrick was transferred from Class A Connecticut to replace him.
Erie plays two more games at Harrisburg before coming home this weekend to host Reading.