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Indians Rained Out; Curve Lose In Extras

Indians Rained Out; Curve Lose In Extras

Intimidators  8,  Power  7    (Game 2)(box)Game 2 went back and forth, but Kannapolis came out on top to sweep the twin-bill.   Kannapolis began the scoring with back-to-back homers (2-run and solo) in the bottom of the 1st inning off starter Zack Von Rosenberg.  Von Rosenberg gave up a double and a walk in the 2nd but did not allow a run.  Then in the 3rd, Kannapolis added 2 more runs on a single, a walk, a passed ball, a sacrifice fly, and two more singles.  Manager Gary Robinson was ejected in the middle of the inning.The Power got going with a run in the 3rd on a walk to LF Andy Vasquez and an RBI double by SS Drew Maggi.  They made it 5-3 in the top of the 4th.  DH Matt Curry singled, 3B Eric Avila was hit by a pitch, and 1B Justin Howard walked to load the bases.  RF Dan Grovatt's single drove in both Curry and Avila, to bring the Power within 2 runs of Kannapolis.  Von Rosenberg got two outs to begin the botto...

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