It was a good thing for the Hagerstown Suns that this Olsen didn't have a twin.
One Scott Olsen was more than enough for the Suns to handle.
Olsen wasn't in a cloning mood though, going about his business with six innings of shutout pitching with 10 strikeouts Saturday as the Greensboro Bats scratched out a 2-1 win that knocked Hagerstown further back in the Wild Card chase.
The left-hander was dominant, only allowing one hit - the only hit the Suns managed for the game - while walking three. Hagerstown (60-59, 25-27) got two runners to third base against Olsen in the fourth and fifth innings, but went down flailing at third strikes to end the threats.
"It's hard to win with only one hit," Suns manager Mike Ramsey said. "We didn't do much with the bats and we didn't mount many threats. Their left-handed pitcher was good. He had the ball moving in and out. We were off balance and didn't get any comfortable swings. We got one bloop hit and that was it."