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Veal Back In Action, Walk-off Win For Curve

Veal Back In Action, Walk-off Win For Curve

Lakeland Flying Tigers 4,  Bradenton Marauders  3(box)A 9th-inning rally by the Marauders fell short, as Quinton Miller took his 5th loss of the season.  Miller also faced the minimum over the first three innings, allowing just a single in the 3rd, then removing that runner with a double play.  Lakeland got going in the bottom of the 4th, with a triple, and RBI single, an RBI double, and another RBI single, for 3 runs off Miller.  A single and a double added another run for the Tigers in the 6th.  Miller pitched 6 innings and allowed those 4 runs on 7 hits, no walks, plus 2 strikeouts.  The Curve put one runner on base in each of the first six innings.  SS Benji Gonzalez singled twice and stole second base each time (1st and 3rd).  CF Evan Chambers, 1B Aaron Baker, and DH Calvin Anderson all walked.  RF Robbie Grossman doubled in the 6th inning.  None of them could come around to score.  The Marauders got onto the scoreboard i...

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