07/27/13 - 3:02pm
Baseball games are commonly decided by balls flying over the fence.
Friday’s Alaska Baseball League contest between the Peninsula Oilers and Anchorage Glacier Pilots was decided by a ball rolling under the fence at Coral Seymour Memorial Park.
With a run wiped off the board due to a ground-rule double, the Oilers were able to force extra innings and defeat the Pilots, 3-2, in the 11th.
In the 34th league game of the season, the Oilers played extra innings for the 11th time, running their record to 7-4.