The Bradenton Marauders had a great all around win against the St. Lucie Mets tonight, with starting pitcher Brett Lorin throwing six shutout innings, and the offense scoring eight runs and chasing top pitching prospect Zack Wheeler early.  Bradenton won 10-0, evening the series against the Mets at 1-1.

Lorin pitched six shutout innings.

Brett Lorin set the tone for the Marauders on the mound.  After a one out double in the first, Lorin retired his next 14 batters.  He got three ground outs in the second, struck out the side in the third, and didn't allow a base runner until he issued a leadoff walk in the sixth.  The only time Lorin ran in to any kind of trouble tonight was when he gave up a one out single in the sixth, putting runners on first and second.  He escaped the jam with a...

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