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Duke Pitches Well In 2nd Rehab Start; 3 Rehab Hits For Friday

Duke Pitches Well In 2nd Rehab Start; 3 Rehab Hits For Friday

Bradenton Marauders� 7,� Palm Beach Cardinals� 3 (box)
Jeff Locke won his 9th game of the season as the Marauders staged two late-inning rallies to shoo away the Cardinals.� Locke was shaky in the first two innings, giving up 2 runs in the 1st on a double, a walk, and two singles.� Another double and a single, aided by a fielding error by CF Quincy Latimore (not his usual position in the outfield) brought in another run in the 2nd inning.� But Locke settled down after that, and retired 10 batters in order to finish his night's work.
The Marauders countered with a run in the top of the 2nd on C James Skelton's solo home run.� They were quiet at the plate for a few innings, then took the lead with 3 runs in the 6th.� With two outs, DH Calvin Anderson singled, and he scored on 3B Adam Davis' double.� LF Jordan Newton walked, and both Davis and Newton scored on Skelton's double.� Marauders ahead, 4-3.
They added 3 more insurance runs in the 9th.� Newton began with a single, 1B Erik Huber ...

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