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Owens Wins #10

Owens Wins #10


Bradenton Marauders� 7,� Fort Myers Miracle� 6 (box)
The Marauders cut short a last-inning rally by the Miracle to take the first game of this double-header.� The Miracle scored first on a double, a ground out, and a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 2st, and the Marauders came right back to tie it with their own double, ground out, and RBI single.
LF Quincy Latimore took the lead for the Marauders with a 2-run homer, following CF Starling Marte's single, to begin the 3rd inning.� The inning continued with a single by C Eric Fryer, walks to 1B Calvin Anderson and 2B Adam Davis, then an RBI single by SS Greg Picart, and the Marauders had a 4-1 lead.
Starter Brian Leach got into trouble in the bottom of the inning, brought about by a fielding error by Davis at second.� After a lead-off ...

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