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Thompson And Curve Get The Win

Thompson And Curve Get The Win

The loss: Charlotte Stone Crabs  14,  Bradenton Marauders  1(box score)The Stone Crabs took their revenge for Friday nights' 13-0 loss by attacking the Marauders with 15 hits and 14 runs on Saturday.  Bradenton starter Quinton Miller got through the first inning fine, but gave up three straight singles in the 2nd inning, to bring in the first Charlotte run.  The Stone Crabs singled three times again in the 3rd inning, and a sacrifice fly and a 2-RBI single added 3 runs in that inning.  The wheels came off in the 4th, when the Stone Crabs sent 14 batters to the plate.  Two doubles, two hit batters, and a wild pitch all contributed to the disaster.  Miller was relieved after having allowed 6 runs, for a total of 10 runs on 11 hits and two walks. &...

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