D.R. ends his fall schedule scoring six runs on four hits in a doubleheader sweep
The South Georgia State Hawks ended their fall schedule with a home doubleheader sweep over Thomas University and D.R. Meadows stroked four hits (4-for-5) and scored six runs in the two games decided by large margins- 17-2 and 13-2.
In the first game Meadows played left field and almost hit for the cycle. He smashed a triple, a double and a single. He also walked and scored all four times he was on base.
In the second game he moved to third base and he had a single, a walk and he grounded out to second base. He touched home twice.
Meadows goes 1-for-3 in first game back in Swainsboro
The last time D.R. Meadows in Swainsboro with the Toombs County Bulldogs was the final regular season game in 2017. Meadows pitched Toombs to a complete five inning 13-0 win over the Tigers which clinched a playoff birth. He allowed only three hits with seven strikeouts and one walk. At the plate he went 2-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and a run batted in.
In his first trip to Emmanuel County as a member of the South Georgia Hawks, Meadows went 1-for-3 in the first game of a doubleheader with East Georgia which ended in a 3-3 tie. D.R, got in to a rundown which allowed the tying run to score and he wound up safe at second base.
D.R. played left field in the first game and was back at shortstop for the second game. He grounded out to short and smacked a double in the second game.
Meadows is 6-for-12 (.500) this fall.
D.R. smashes a triple in his second game
In a fall game which was one-sided from the beginning, D.R. Meadows went 1-for-3 with a triple in South Georgia’s blowout win over GameOn. Meadows, who started at shortstop, also struck out and grounded out to third base. In his first two games D.R. is 4-for-7.
Meadows goes 3-for-4 in his first South Georgia Hawk fall game
D.R. Meadows made his South Georgia State debut on September 14 in the second game of a home doubleheader against East Georgia. He went 3-for-4 at the plate with three singles and a fly ball to center field. Defensively Meadows started at shortstop and handled four plays flawlessly in SGS’s 9-4 loss.
In his first at bat D.R. flied out to center and then he followed with three straight singles. He singled to left, smashed a liner to left and then in his final trip to the plate just missed ripping an extra base hit down the third base line- the ball was ruled foul. Meadows wound up reaching on an infield hit. He hit a grounder to the first baseman, who handled the ball cleanly. D.R., who swings from the right side of the box, was still able to beat the first baseman to the bag.