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    The Sox, again, tied the game with a clutch hit in the fifth.

     
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     Henry Ramos singled, and with two outs, stole second.

     
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    Keury De La Cruz followed with a single to shallow right-center to tie the score.

     
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    The Sox took the lead for the first time in the sixth on an error.

     
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    Fabio Martinez issued back-to-back walks with two away.

     
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    Ramos then sent a soft chop up the first base line.

     
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    Martinez played the ball cleanly, but his throw to first sailed over Paddy Matera.

     
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    Renfroe scored from second for a 3-2 Salem advantage.

     
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    Down to their last out in the ninth, the Mudcats rallied to force extras on two straight doubles by Bryson Myles and Alex Lavisky.

     
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    The Pawtucket Red Sox achieved a lot of good things during their eight-game home-and-home series against the Toledo Mud Hens.

     
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    With Thursday’s victory, they notched their 50th win, marking the earliest — that is, just 79 games into the season — that Pawtucket has ever reached the milestone.

     
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    Pawtucket also went into the final game of the series a season-best 21 games over .500, marking the first time the club has been in that position since ending the 2008 campaign with an 85-58 record.

     
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    However, for all the good things that occurred in the middle of this eight-game set, the PawSox ended the series the same way it began — with a loss.

     
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    Toledo starter Pat Misch scattered nine hits over 61/3 innings and gave up just one run — a solo homer to Alberto Rosario — as the Mud Hens went on to post a 10-5 victory.

     
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    Meanwhile, Toledo’s hitters tagged Pawtucket starter Alfredo Aceves for five runs, including three homers, through five innings.

     
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    Terry Doyle relieved Aceves in the sixth, and his luck wasn’t much better, as he surrendered a three-run homer to Alex Avila and an RBI double to Mike Cervenek in the seventh to put the Mud Hens up, 9-1.

     
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    “It was a tough game,” said PawSox manager Gary DiSarcina.

     
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     “We didn’t pitch well."

     
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    "We didn’t really start swinging the bats until later in the game, so when you don’t pitch well against these guys, any team in the International League, they’re going to hurt you."

     
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    "Aceves got hurt with some pitches he left out over the middle of the plate for some home runs. And when you give up 10 runs, you can’t expect to win.”

     
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    Pawtucket did manage to rally late in the game, scoring in each of the last four innings.

     
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    After Rosario’s homer in the sixth, the PawSox picked up three runs in the bottom half of the seventh, courtesy of a run-scoring single by Jonathan Diaz and a two-run double to left by Jackie Bradley Jr. that made it 9-4.

     
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    After the teams traded a run in the eighth, Drew Sutton doubled home Rosario in the ninth. But Pawtucket’s rally ended there.

     
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    Given that this is his first year as the PawSox manager, DiSarcina didn’t have an opportunity to witness firsthand some of Aceves’ past on-field and off-field antics.

     
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    But he says “there were a lot of questions about what we were going to get.”

     

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