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Owens Wins #12, Two Homers For Hague As Curve Clinch Title

Owens Wins #12, Two Homers For Hague As Curve Clinch Title


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 ...

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