Leyton Barry was batting .353 when the pandemic cut short his season at UTSA in March.
Barry produced three hits in a 12-hit attack Thursday night to lead the Flying Chanclas de San Antonio to their first victory in the Texas Collegiate League.
Jordan Thompson and Barry produced two-run singles in an eight-run, eighth inning as the Chanclas rolled to an 11-5 victory at Amarillo.
San Antonio 11 – 12 – 1
Amarillo 5 – 8 – 2
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San Antonio 1-2
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The Chanclas had only eight hits combined in their first two games, including just two in a 1-0 loss Wednesday night.
Manager John McLaren made an adjustment, moving Porter Brown from second to first in the batting order. Conversely, he moved Thompson from the No. 1 hole to No. 2.
Both Brown and Thompson picked up two hits apiece. Kite McDonald and Lee Thomas also had a pair of hits for the Chanclas.