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July 31, 2005

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Scoreboard: Bridgeport beat Nashua, 8-5, in front of their home crowd. Bridgeport improves to a still awful 3-14 for the second half. Jamie Gann had a nice game, hitting a grand slam and driving in five.

Lancaster beat Newark, 7-6, completing their first ever series sweep. Quincy Foster hit the game winning home run and also stole his league leading 36th base.

Camden beat Long Island, 11-7. Ducks starter Paxton Crawford continues his slide, falling to 8-8 after allowing seven runs in just four innings of work. I hope his arm’s all right, he’s a much better pitcher than he’s shown over the past month or so. You can call off the K-9’s, because Dwight Maness was the bomb, hitting two solo home runs in the first three innings.

Atlantic City beat Somerset, 6-2. Eduardo Villacis picked up the win in his first Atlantic League start, replacing scheduled starter Rob Corrado. Corrado came out of the bullpen to relieve Villacis, so you’d have to think that might a permanent change in the rotation.

Mexican League Trickle Down Effect: With the Mexican League nearing its conclusion, a lot of teams are working on agreements with some of the players in that league. The names I’ve been hearing are mainly guys who’ve been in the league before. – Mike Ashmore

Yesterday’s Scoreboard: The Somerset Patriots lost to the Atlantic City Surf, 2-0.

The Camden Riversharks beat the Long Island Ducks, 12-7.

The Nashua Pride beat up on the Bridgeport Bluefish, 4-3. – Scott Stanchak.

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