Senators take series from B-Mets with 2-1 win

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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Pedro Severino's first inning single which scored Brian Goodwin proved to be the difference Thursday in the Harrisburg Senators 2-1 win over the Binghamton Mets.

Severino's RBI single, along with Matt Skole's single which scored Cutter Dykstra, was part of Harrisburg's two-run opening frame. Dakota Bacus threw a season-high 7.2 innings, allowing five hits and four walks. Bacus left the game in the eight inning with runners on first and second base. Brandon Nimmo singled off Bryan Harper, but Drew Vettelson threw a runner out at home plate to preserve the Senators 2-1 lead.

Friday is the finale of Harrisburg's nine-game road trip, a 7:05 start in Binghamton.

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