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July 8, 2005

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Person 10Q Posted: This might be the best Ten Questions I’ve done all year. My Ten Questions with Robert Person is now posted, and we talk about a real wide variety of stuff. From taking you inside the Mets clubhouse to talking about the different atmosphere pitching in Canada to talking about animal life in The Vet to playing on the 2003 “Cowboy Up” Red Sox, there’s no subject we don’t get into. Not even comic books. Check it out, it’s a good read.

AL Scoreboard: Greg Powell needed just two hours and 15 minutes to record a complete game two-hit shutout of the Bridgeport Bluefish. Camden beat Bridgeport, 5-0, keeping idle Somerset’s magic number at two. Robert Person picked up the loss for Bridgeport, and fell to 0-2. Brian L. Hunter hit his first Atlantic League home run in support of Powell.

Nashua swept Newark with a 9-5 victory in Nashua. The win, their 10th straight, came together in the bottom of the 7th inning, as the team scored five runs off of Bears reliever Joe Gannon. It seems like it could be the end of the road for Gannon, who was ineffective as a starter this season and has been equally ineffective in the bullpen as well. For as good as he was last year, he just doesn’t seem to have it this year. Denny Harriger got the win for Nashua, and Wil Quintana (9) homered in the loss for Newark.

Lancaster beat Long Island, 7-2. Jutt Hileman hit two home runs in the rain-shortened win for Lancaster. – Mike Ashmore

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