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Homers For Fryer, Durham, Latimore, Baker, And Anderson

Homers For Fryer, Durham, Latimore, Baker, And Anderson

Curve  10,  Mets  6[box]And then, the scheduled game.  After a quick first inning, the Curve jumped out to a 3-0 lead on two homers in the 3rd inning.  SS Jordy Mercer led off the inning with a double, and went to third on a throwing error on a pick-off attempt.  J3B Jeremy Farrell's sacrifice fly plated Mercer for the first run of the game.  Eric Fryer and 1B Miles Durham followed with back-to-back solo home runs, and the Curve had a 3-run lead.  The Curve gave starter Jeff Locke even more of a cushion with another 3 runs in the 4th inning.  Farrell led off with a walk, then Fryer singled into right field.  Durham's grounder forced out Fryer at second base, but Durham was safe at first, and Farrell advanced to third.  RF Brad Chalk's ...

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