CAMP CARROLL, South Korea — The Taegu Stallions, a Korean team, took advantage of four second-inning errors to tally seven runs en route to a 13-5 triumph Sunday over the Taegu Lumber in MBC/ESPN amateur baseball league action.

The Lumber, composed of Taegu-area GIs, DOD civilians and dependents, fell to 7-7 with their third loss in four weeks.

They also fell to fourth place, a game behind the Stallions and tied with Equis 1, putting the Lumber’s playoff status “up in the air,” said coach Pedro Arocho. He said he’d have to talk with league official Luis Rios this week “to know for sure.”

With just nine players dressed, the Lumber went ahead 1-0 in the first inning, and had runners at first and third with one out, before Corey Gumbert hit into an inning-ending double play.

The Stallions seized the lead for good in the second inning. The Lumber got as close as 10-5, but could not recover from fielding gaffes.

Gumbert started and went the first four innings, giving up nine runs, only two earned, striking out five, walking two and hitting three batsmen.

Luke Davis went 1 1/3 innings, giving up four runs, two earned, with two strikeouts and two walks. Jacob Ramos finished by striking out the only two batters he faced.

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