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Winter Leagues 10/20 – Five Walks In Five Innings For Claggett

Winter Leagues 10/20 – Five Walks In Five Innings For Claggett

The Dominican League had a scheduled day off today.

VENEZUELAN LEAGUE

Leones del Caracas  3,  Bravos de Margarita  1

Anthony Claggett made the start for Los Bravos and allowed only one run on 4 hits.  The downside was that he also walked 5 batters in those 5 innings.  The Leones' run Claggett allowed came in the top of the 1st, on a walk and a single plus a throwing error in right field.  The run was earned because Claggett gave up two more walks and a wild pitch in the inning.  Claggett also threw a wild pitch in the 2nd, and allowed a double and another walk, but did not let those runners score.  Claggett worked around a walk and a single in the 3rd.  He erased  singles in the 4th and the 5th with two double plays.  Margarita tied the score with a run on two walks, a balk, and an RBI ground out in the 2nd.  After Claggett had finished for the evening, Caracas scored one run in each of the 7th and 8th innings to take the 3-1 lead.  Pirates' Jhonathan Ramos took the mound for ...

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