Bozied went 3-3 with a two-run double and a homer off of Red Wings starter Eric Hacker, who exited the game after 6 innings of work. Hacker surrenderied four runs on eight hits with four strikeouts and no walks.After Ryan Feierabend allowed a homerun in the top of the first to Ray Chang to put the IronPigs behind 1-0, Tagg Bozied responded in the bottom of the second with a two-run double to score Delwyn Young and Josh Barfield. Bozied would score on the sacrifice fly by Brian Bocock to put the 'Pigs up 3-1 after two frames.
In the top of the third inning, Ray Chang would once again leave the ballpark, this time for two runs. In the bottom of the 6th, Chang left the ballpark for good.
A Delwyn Young pop-up to Chang at shortstop resulted in a colision between Chang and Red Wings outfielder Matt Brown that apparently caused injury somewhere on Chang's left leg. Itwas splinted before he was helped off the field.
After play resumed, Bozied would strike once again and put the IronPigs up for good on a solo homerun to the bullpen. That would be all it would take to beat the Red Wings on Saturday, as the IronPigs bullpen shined once again with David Herndon earning the win after 1.2 scoreless frames, and Michael Schwimer and Mike Zagurski both pitching a scoreless inning apiece to secure the 4-3 victory at Coca-Cola Park. The win sent the IronPigs to 30-18, their best mark in history. In 2010, it took the IronPigs until June 27th to achieve the 30 win plateau.
On Sunday, the IronPigs will send Nate Bump to face RHP Kyle Gibson in an effort to secure a four-game sweep of the series.