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Curve Held To 3 Hits; Marauders Held To 2 Hits

Curve Held To 3 Hits; Marauders Held To 2 Hits


Charlotte Stone Crabs  8,  Bradenton Marauders  0[box]The Marauders did not have their hitting shoes on either, as they were held to two hits and one walk tonight.  The first 11 Marauders' batters went down in order, before C Ramon Cabrera singled to third with two outs in the 4th.  A throwing error by the Charlotte third baseman let Cabrera reach second base, but a line out by 1B Aaron Baker left Cabrera there on second.  Bradenton went down in order in the next three innings as well, until LF David Rubinstein hit a ground-rule double to center with one out in the 8th.  He was also left on base.  RF Robbie Grossman walked in the 9th inning, and was also left on.Bradenton starter Brett Lorin pitched 5 innings and was responsible for 2 of Charlotte's runs.  He gave up an unearned run in the 1st inning on a single, a throwing error by 3B Kelson Brown, and a sacrifice fly/double play (but the run still scored).  Lorin retired the Stone C...

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