St. Lucie Mets� 4,� Bradenton Marauders� 3 ...����� (box)
The Marauders were leading 3-1 going into the bottom of the 6th inning.� The Mets scored one run in the 6th on� single, a walk, and an RBI single.� Reliever Noah Krol came on to pitch the 7th, but the Mets tied the score at 3-3 with another run on a double, a fielding error, a walk, and a sacrifice fly.
The Marauders went down in order in the 8th.� They put two runners on in the top of the 9th, on a single by LF Quincy Latimore and an intentional walk to 3B Adam Davis, but could not bring them around to score.� Krol kept the Mets from scoring in the 8th, then turned the mound over to Duke Welker for the 9th.� Welker struck out the first batter, then gave up a walk.� A passed ball put that runner on second base, and a ground out moved him to third.� An RBI single into left field brought that runner in with the winning run, and Welker suffered his first loss with the Marauders.
Both teams had scored one run in the 3rd inning.�...
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