As cliche as it sounds, anything can happen in baseball. A game on June 9, 2018 between the Utica Blue Sox and the visiting Adirondack Trail Blazers proves this theory to be 100% true. The Trail Blazers entered the night still searching for their first win of the season at 0-7 overall. Meanwhile, the Blue Sox were 3-4 having lost their last three in a row. Adirondack came out hot, knocking out Utica ace Blaise Lomon after just three innings by scoring four runs off of him while the Sox only scored one run in those first three innings, a solo home run by Khalyd Cox. The Trail Blazers really caught fire in the middle innings though, scoring a combined eight runs off of relievers Leon Finney and John Kasper to go ahead 12-2 going into the bottom of the 6th. The Blue Sox wouldn’t go away quietly as they cut into the seemingly insurmountable deficit with a four-run inning. Jerry Reinhart got an RBI single and Aaron Yurko later cranked a double to bring home Sam Punzi, as well as Reinhart. Also on that play, Cole Habig scored on an error by David Mercano. Adirondack answered right back with a pair of runs in the top of the 7th, but Utica countered with two of their own in the bottom of the inning on an RBI double by Punzi and a Reinhart fielder’s choice. John Torres kept the Blazers off the board in the top of the 8th, but the Sox still came up to bat trailing by six runs. The inning started with Desmond Grimes plunking Habig with his first pitch of the inning. Habig then scored on a Yurko RBI double. Yurko then came home on a single by D.J. Staszak. The first batter new reliever Jacob Meyers would face would be Cox, who proceeded to crush a two-run moonshot down the right field line that nearly found its way onto Burrstone Road to make it only 14-12 in favor of Adirondack. Meyers’ night would abruptly end shortly thereafter as he allowed a base hit to CoCo Hussein and walked Punzi. Brandon Harris would struggle as well in his place as he made a costly error that allowed two runs to score that tied the game at 14. But the Blue Sox weren’t done just yet. Reinhart then walked, Isaiah Torres singled to load the bases, and Habig drew a walk of his own to put Utica ahead for the first time in this game. Harris finally got the first out of the inning when he struck out Yurko, but then surrendered another bases-loaded walk, this time to Staszak. Cox would be the first man to face new reliever Anthony Stillwagon. Just like against Meyers, Cox teed off as he cleared the bases with a triple to give himself 11 total bases on the ballgame. In total, the Sox scored 11 runs off of four different Adirondack pitchers while sending 16 hitters to the plate. Utica closer J.T. Gosweiler put the Blazers away in the 9th to close out a 19-14 win, officially giving the franchise its biggest comeback win ever, a record that still stands today.