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Owens Dominates In 9th Win; Spikes Are One-Hit

Owens Dominates In 9th Win; Spikes Are One-Hit

Brevard County Manatees� 5,�� Bradenton Marauders� 4 (box)
Nate Adcock had a tougher start than Rudy Owens.� He gave up 4 runs (3 earned) on 7 hits and 2 walks in 5 innings.� The Manatees' first run came in the 1st inning, on a walk and two singles.� Two more singles, a wild pitch, and a double drove in 2 runs in the 3rd inning.� The unearned run scored in the 5th, on a single, a stolen base, and a throwing error by SS Adenson Chourio.� Duke Welker took the mound to begin the 6th.� He walked one batter in that inning but did not allow a run to score.� In the 7th, Welker walked two, and had a run score on a second error by Chourio.
The Marauders had at least one runner on base in each of the first 7 innings, but they could not get any of them around to score.� 2B Shelby Ford walked to begin the bottom of the 1st, and CF Starling Marte, back to full action after his hand injury, singled after the walk.� Both Ford and Marte walked in the 5th,� 3B Adam Davis and DH Jordan Newton doubled ...

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