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Three Hits By Grossman And Emsley-Pai

Three Hits By Grossman And Emsley-Pai

Fort Myers Miracle  9,  Bradenton Marauders  6(box)The Marauders also scored in each of their first four innings, but 5 runs in the 6th and 3 runs in the 8th let the Miracle come from behind for the win.  Jose Ascanio made the start for the Marauders, and like two days ago, he pitched only one inning.  He gave up a run on a triple and a sacrifice fly, and struck out one batter.  The Marauders tied the score in the bottom of the frame, with singles by RF Robbie Grossman and CF Evan Chambers, and an RBI double by DH Calvin Anderson.  Bradenton added 2 runs in the 2nd inning.  3B Elevys Gonzalez began the rally with a walk, then back-to-back singles by SS Benji Gonzalez and Grossman, plus a throwing error, drove in both Gonzalezes to give the Marauders a 3-1 lead.  Anderson was hit by a pitch and C Ramon Cabrera singled in the 3rd inning.  Both advanced one base on a balk, then Anderson scored on a sacrifice fly.  In the 4th, Grossman...

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