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    Memphis vs. Las Vegas, 6:35 pm CT, Evan Kruczynski (1-1, 6.21)
    Springfield at Midland, 6:30 pm CT, TBA (my guess is Alex Fagalde)
    Palm Beach vs. Jupiter, 6:30 pm ET, TBA
    Peoria off – All-Star break
    State College at Auburn (2), 11:00 am ET, Enmanuel Solano (league debut)/Hector Soto (US debut)
    DSL Blue vs. Mets1, 10:30 am ET, Reinys Portillo (0-1, 2.00)
    DSL Red at Rangers2, 10:30 am ET, TBA

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    State College Spikes:

    Resuming the game in the top of the second with the bases loaded, two more runners scored on walks. SC put up a snowman and their line score is 8–3–1 after 1 1/2 innings and lead it 8-5. Auburn line score is 5–3–4.

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    Auburn got 2 runs off Solano in the 2nd… 8-7 after 2inn.

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    Missouri lad, Andrew “Stretch” Warner, with a dinger and 5 rbi in the early going for State College. “Stretch” bears a resemblance to a young Keith Hernandez. Quite the pitching duel the Spikes and Doubledays are having this morning as the ever changing score now sits at 11-8 Good Guys in the 3rd frame….but wait about another 20 seconds and I can almost guarantee you that the score will change. My little 3 year old granddaughter can now count to 30 in both English and Espanol…..but not even she may not be able to keep up on the score on this one.

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    22-18 Spikes over the Doubledays as they now venture to the bottom of the 5th.

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    Just joshing. Actually, order has been totally restored as the score is still 11-9 Spikes as they head to the 7th in a thriller.

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    Imeldo Diaz and his .222 OPS just succumbed to southpaw Alphonso Hernandez’ sneaky fastball to retire the Spikes in the top half of inning #7. Still 11-9 Good Guys in what promises to be a doozy of a finish.

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    “Stretch” Warner and his scintillating 1.444 OPS was just called out looking on a pitch that even C.B. Buckner would have had a difficult time calling a ball. Still 11-9 going to the bottom of the 8th.

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    Crafty southpaw, Hector Villalobos, makes quick work of the Doubledays ….heading to the inning of reckoning.

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    Regarding roster placements I have to wonder if LaRoque has lost his mind.šŸ¤£

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    Pugs must be beaming right now…Alexander the Great’s Springfield debut: 8IP, 2H, 0R, 1BB, 4K. He threw only 80 pitches before ceding to Junior Fernandez who slammed the door shut in the 9th.

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    Andrew Warner went deep in both games of the State College doubleheader as they got the sweep. He has a case for Player of the Day but for my money, you’ve got to go with Fagalde’s debut.

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    Let’s just go ahead and bring Fagalde up to Busch and take Wacha’s spot in the rotation. I’m only half joking.

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