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Leach’s First Win In Marauders’ Hit-Fest

Leach’s First Win In Marauders’ Hit-Fest

Bradenton Marauders  16,  Fort Myers Miracle  5[ box ]The Marauders bombarded the Miracle, including a pair of 5-run innings and a total of 15 hits, as Brian Leach made his first start of the season and earned his first win for the Marauders.  Each member of the starting lineup except LF David Rubinstein had at least one hit, and Rubinstein walked twice and contributed 2 RBI.  2B Adalberto Santos and CF Evan Chambers each had 3 hits.  RF Robbie Grossman began the festivities with a lead-off double in the bottom of the 1st.  Santos tripled, scoring Grossman.  1B Aaron Baker walked, and DH Calvin Anderson brought in Santos with a sacrifice fly.   Chambers and C Carlos Paulino blasted back-to-back homers (2-run homer for Chambers) to give the Marauders a 5-0 lead.  They kept right on rolling in the 2nd inning, beginning with a triple by SS Benji Gonzalez.  Grossman singled, plating Gonzalez, and Santos doubled.  Grossman sco...

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