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Six-Run Inning Not Enough Power; Marauders Earn Shut Out

Six-Run Inning Not Enough Power; Marauders Earn Shut Out

Bradenton Marauders  4,  Charlotte Stone Crabs  0[ box ] Three Marauders' pitchers combined to shut out Charlotte, even though they allowed 9 hits and a walk.  Phillip Irwin made the start and earned his 4th win, going 7 innings and allowing 7 hits and the walk, with 5 strikeouts.  He worked around base runners in 6 of the 7 innings, but two timely double plays helped his cause.  He gave up a single in the first, but a 6-3 (SS Benji Gonzalez stepped on second and threw to 1B Aaron Baker) double play ended that inning.  He gave up two singles to lead off the 2nd, then a pop up on a bunt let C Ramon Cabrera double a runner off second base.  After another single, a strikeout ended the inning.  Irwin left runners on base in the 3rd, 4th, and 7t...

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