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Three Hits For Chambers

Three Hits For Chambers

 Palm Beach Cardinals  2,  Bradenton Marauders  1(box)This pitching duel involved both teams putting runners on base, but not being able to push them around to score.  CF Evan Chambers singled 3 times for the Marauders, and 1B Aaron Baker singled and doubled, as both teams posted 8 hits.  But the Marauders left 9 runners on base while the Cardinals left 10 on, and only 3 runs total were produced during the game.  The Marauders' lone run came in the 5th, when C Carlos Paulino tripled, then scored on a fielder's choice play on a grounder off the bat of SS Benji Gonzalez.  Bradenton threatened in the 4th, when Chambers reached on a throwing error, and Baker's ground-rule double gave the team two runners in scoring position.  A strikeout and a ground out ended that inning.  Chambers singled in the 1st, 6th, and 8th.  LF Cole White singled in the 7th, and 3B Elevys Gonzales singled in the 8th.The Cardinals were also stranding runners on...

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