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Baker Pitches 8 No-Hit Innings; Cayonez’s Perfect Afternoon

Baker Pitches 8 No-Hit Innings; Cayonez’s Perfect Afternoon

GCL Pirates �4, �GCL Phillies �3 -- Game 1 (box)
Three late inning rallies gave the Pirates the win, as LF Exicardo Cayonez started his perfect afternoon. �Cayonez went 3-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored. �The Phillies began the scoring with 2 runs in the 2nd inning. �Starter Joan Montero gave up a 2-out single, then a stolen base and a wild pitch advanced the runner to third base. �A single drove in that runner, then a walk, a wild pitch, a passed ball, and a balk brought in the second run. �A walk, a stolen base, and a single brought in another run in the 6th inning, off Yeyber Sanchez.
Cayonez had his first single to lead off the 2nd inning, but was picked off first base moments later. �He led off the 5th with another single, and scored on a wild pitch and an RBI single by C�Joey S...

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