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    End of 7, Portland 1 New Britain 1

     
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    Terry Doyle (5 IP, 3 R, 2 ER), Craig Breslow (1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 SO)and now Oscar Villarreal (perfect 7th) have pitched for PawSox. Down 3-1

     
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    Bottom of the 9th New Britain 1 Portland 1

    J. C. Linares walks

     
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    With Tony Thomas batting, wild pitch by Edgar Ibarra, J. C. Linares goes to 2nd.

     
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    Edgar Ibarra intentionally walks Tony Thomas.

     
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    Edgar Ibarra intentionally walks Michael Almanzar. Tony Thomas goes to 2nd.

     
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    There is a pitching Change: Jose Gonzalez replaces Edgar Ibarra.

     
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    Kolbrin Vitek walks. J. C. Linares scores

    Portland wins 2 to 1

     
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    Portland is now 18-9

     
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    Winning pitcher Huntzinger (2-0,3.60)

     

     
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     Last chance for the PawSox as they come to bat trailing 4-1 in bottom of the 9th

     
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    Bryce Brentz grounds out, shortstop Mike Fontenot to first baseman Chris Gimenez.

     
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    Brandon Snyder called out on strikes.

     
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    thanks for the info....doyle? didn't we sign him as a freeagent? thats the guy from the white sox right?

     
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    Jeremy Hazelbaker strikes out swinging.

     
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    Final score Durham 4 Pawtucket 1

     
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    Pawtucket now 17-12

     
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    In response to raider3524's comment:

    thanks for the info....doyle? didn't we sign him as a freeagent? thats the guy from the white sox right?


    You are correct.
    The White Sox released Doyle to allow him to pitch in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. Doyle signed a minor league deal with the Sox.
     

     
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    If Aceves is called back up or traded the next opening in the PawSox rotation could go to Anthony Ranaudo (30 strikeouts in 27 innings) or Brandon Workman (34 strikeouts in 29 2/3 innings)

     
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    Groundout, soft flyout, K swinging for Craig Breslow in his fourth rehab appearance for the PawSox. 4 K, 3 BB, 1 ER in 3 2/3 IP in all.

     
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    Jackie Bradley Jr. (biceps inflammation) didn't play at all today. He hasn't played in the outfield since last Saturday.

     
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     Bryce Brentz has been picking the brain of Dwight Evans.

    "He's been helping me a lot with slowing things down -- and keeping everything in perspective," said Brentz.. "Once you're done hitting, that's it. You want to be just as good a defender as you are a hitter, if not better.

     
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    The ‘Dogs have won seven straight, their longest win streak since April 13-20, 2008, when they won eight in a row.

     
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    Portland's Will Latimer today (3 IP, 3 H, BB, 2 SO)

     
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    In response to 2004Idiot's comment:

     Bryce Brentz has been picking the brain of Dwight Evans.

    "He's been helping me a lot with slowing things down -- and keeping everything in perspective," said Brentz.. "Once you're done hitting, that's it. You want to be just as good a defender as you are a hitter, if not better.




    Really like hearing this.

     

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