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Pribanic Pitches 6 Scoreless; Marauders Are One-Hit

Pribanic Pitches 6 Scoreless; Marauders Are One-Hit

Clearwater Threshers  1,  Bradenton Marauders  0(box) Clearwater starter Jarred Cosart pitched 7 scoreless innings and allowed the Marauders just one hit -- a single by CF Robbie Grossman in the 7th.  That single ended Cosart's no-hit bid, as he had retired all 18 Marauder batters he'd faced up until that point.  After the single, 2B Jarek Cunningham bunted Grosmann to second base and C Ramon Cabrera worked the only walk the Marauders had in the game.  DH Aaron Baker bounced into a double play, ending the inning.  Cosart also struck out 8 Bradenton batters.  Threshers' reliever Justin Friend took over for Cosart for the final two innings, and he set down the remaining 6 Marauders' batters in order, with one strikeout.  Unfortunately for the...

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