It was an unfortunate double-play.
Harrisburg had both of its teams eliminated Saturday at the 2012 Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series.
Catcher Colby Conway homered in the first inning but Harrisburg lost 6-2 to Houston in the senior division (16-18 years of age).
Harrisburg (2-2) managed ten hits -- but just two runs (one earned) -- off Houston RBI right-hander Steven Sotelo, who struck out four over 7.0 innings for the victory.
Conway's home run was the first of the tournament for Harrisburg.
Harrisburg's junior divison (13-15) squad fell to the Chicago White Sox RBI, 6-4.
Harrisburg infielder Ben Dum went 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored.
The lefty-hitting Dum had a two-run single in Harrisburg's four-run fourth inning. Dum later came around to score on a Connor Anderson infield single, tying the game at four.
Dum led Harrisburg (2-2) in hitting in the RBI World Series with a .529 (9-for-17) batting average with a double and four RBI.