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Power Go Long; Curve Cut Short

Power Go Long; Curve Cut Short

Daytona Cubs  9,  Bradenton Marauders  5[box] The Marauders scored 5 runs in the 5th inning, but Daytona came back with 9 unanswered runs over their last 4 innings to take the win.  Marauders' starter Quinton Miller and the Cubs' starter Jeffrey Lorick both worked around runners on base to keep their opponents from scoring over the first 4 innings.  3B Elevys Gonzalez singled and DH Calvin Anderson doubled for the Marauders, and RF Robbie Grossman worked a walk.  Miller gave up two singles and a walk in the 1st to load the bases, but got out of the inning with a ground out.  He gave up a triple in the 2nd, but the runner was out at the plate when he tried to score on a wild pitch.  Miller worked around a single in the 3rd, then retired the side ...

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