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Taillon Wins #2; Four Hits For Santos

Taillon Wins #2; Four Hits For Santos

Bradenton Marauders  13,  Brevard County Manatees  3[ box ]The Marauders bombarded the Manatees with 19 hits for 13 runs, with all but one member of the lineup getting at least one hit.  RF Adalberto Santos posted 4 hits, including a double and a triple.  LF David Rubinstein, C Carlos Paulino, and SS Kelson Brown all recording 3 hits each.  The scoring began in the bottom of the 2nd.  Rubinstein and Santos singled, then both scored on Paulino's 3-run homer.  The Manatees got one of the runs back in the top of the 3rd on a walk, a ground-rule double, and an RBI single.  1B Aaron Baker's homer gave the Marauders a 4-1 lead in the bottom of the 3rd.  And the Marauders kept right on rolling.  They scored 4 runs in the 4th inning.  Santos doubled and stole third base.  Paulino walked and Brown singled, scoring Santos.  RF Robbie Grossman put down a sacrifice bunt, but a throwing error by the Manatee pitcher put Grossman o...

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