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Salem scored seven runs in the first two innings against Wilmington.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
WILMINGTON, Del. — Having seen the Carolina League’s leading hitter Garin Cecchini promoted to AA, the Salem Red Sox didn’t miss a beat at the plate as Brandon Jacobs homered twice and Nick Natoli added another round-tripper en route to an easy 9-2 win at Frawley Stadium.
Henry Ramos smacked two triples and Deven Marrero also had two base hits, including a double for the Sox as they put the game out of reach early by scoring seven runs in the first two innings.
Mickey Pena (2-2) recorded his first win since April 10th by pitching five strong innings allowing only a single run on three hits.
Dennis Raben had a solo home run to lead the Blue Rocks’ offense.
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