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Homers By Anderson And Chambers Not Enough; Castro’s US Debut

Homers By Anderson And Chambers Not Enough; Castro’s US Debut

Fort Myers Miracle  5,  Bradenton Marauders  3[ box ] The Marauders put runners on base in all but two innings, but with 10 hits, they left 10 runners on base in the loss.  DH Calvin Anderson started the Marauders' scoring with a solo home run to lead off the 3rd inning.  RF Robbie Grossman followed the homer with a single up the middle, then stole second base, and scored on C Ramon Cabrera's RBI double for the second run of the inning.  CF Evan Chambers also homered in the 4th, but that was the end of the Marauders' scoring.  They put two runners on base in the 6th, when Cabrera walked and 3B Elevys Gonzalez singled, but could not get them around to score.  Anderson doubled and SS Benji Gonzalez singled, moving Anderson to third in the 7th...

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