Nick Kingham gave up two runs in five innings, while striking out six.

The Bradenton Marauders didn't get their fourth walk-off win in a row, but they did get their fourth win in a row. It wasn't as dramatic as the last few games, with Bradenton taking an early lead and holding that lead through the end of the game.

Nick Kingham got off to a rough start in the first inning, giving up two runs on three hits. He was up in the zone, and wasn't executing his pitches when he got into two strike counts, preventing him from putting batters away.

After that rough first inning, Kingham settled down and was dominant over the next four innings. He was 92-95 MPH with his fastball, pounded the zone to the tune of 57 strikes in 83 pitches, and got a lot of first pitch strikes. Kingham ended the...

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