Josue Lopez actually hit a home run, so I'll give him the "player of the game award."
I wasn't there (I was at Redneck Paradise in Loudon, NH) so I'll copy paste Sen~or Leahy's recap.
Mike Torres slapped a game winning two run single up the middle in the bottom of the fifth and Josue Lopez homered, his first as a Spirit, to lead the Spirit to a 6-4 win over the Nashua Pride and a sweep of their three game series at Fraser Field.
Nashua staked themselves to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first. With two outs Jermy Acey doubled to right, and after Bryan Duplissie was hit by a pitch, Luis Rodriguez singled to left off of Spirit starter Joey Siak (3-2) to drive home Acey and give the Pride a 1-0 lead.
The Pride followed suit in the second, adding another marker to make it a 2-0 game. Siak retired the first two hitters in the inning and then allowed a double to Richard Giannotti. John Ramistella then singled the runner to third, and Olmo Rosario singled to right for the RBI. Ramistella was trapped off of third and was caught in a rundown to end the inning.
In the third, Nashua again touched up Siak for a run after the first two hitters were retired. Matt Creighton doubled home Luis Rodriguez, who had singled for a 3-0 Pride advantage.
The lead then was extended to 4-0 in the fourth, as again after two were out, John Ramistella and Olmo Rosario laced back to back doubles to give the Pride a 4-0 advantage.
In the bottom of the fourth, the Spirit got on the scoreboard in a big way against Pride starter Lance Stevens. Mike Torres singled with one out, and one out later Carlos Rodriguez singled to left. Josue Lopez then homered deep over the right field wall to cut the lead to 4-3.
The winning rally occurred in the fifth. With one out, Gilbert Gil ripped a ground rule double into the left field corner. Gary Roche then drew a walk to put runners at first and second. Vic Davilla's RBI single knotted the score at 4-4, and then Mike Torres ripped a single up the middle to give the Spirit a 6-4 lead, a lead they would not relinquish.
Joey Siak ( 3-2) picked up the victory, his third, going five innings, walking noone and striking out three. Dennis Robinson, Jamie Baker, Donny Langdon, and Derek Drage finished up for the Spirit, with the bullpen providing superb relief work to secure the victory.