Minor leagues

June 26, 1998

Yesterday's results

TRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Toledo 8, Rochester 7: The Mud Hens scored three times in the 10th and then held off the Red Wings, who scored two runs in the bottom of the 10th.

DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUE

Bowie 3, Trenton 1: Rocky Coppinger gave up five hits and one run and struck out six over five innings as the host Baysox defeated the Thunder. Ryan Kohlmeier pitched a perfect ninth for his seventh save.

Tim Garland went 3-for-4 with an RBI and Ryan Luzinski had two hits and an RBI for Bowie, which stranded eight runners.

Nerio Rodriguez started and threw two perfect innings on a rehab assignment from the Orioles.

SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUE

Frederick 6, Winston-Salem 3: Carlos Casimiro went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs, and the Keys turned four double plays to win.

Frederick took a 1-0 lead on Rick Short's home run to left in the second. After Winston-Salem tied the game in the third, the Keys made it 2-1 in the bottom of the inning on Ivanon Coffie's infield single.

SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE

Delmarva 3, Hagerstown 0: Roberto Rivera had two homers and Eddy Garabito added a third as the host Shorebirds shut out the Suns.

Richard Bauer (5-7) allowed three hits and three walks in seven innings.

Todd Lee struck out two and allowed no hits in the final two innings for his first save.

Hagerstown starter Clayton Andrews (6-4) was forced to leave the game after four innings when he was struck in the left shoulder by the barrel of a broken bat.

Today's games

TRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

/# Toledo at Rochester, 7: 05 p.m.

DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUE

, Trenton at Bowie, 7: 05 p.m.

SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUE

6* Winston-Salem at Frederick, 6: 35 p.m.

SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE

9- Charleston, W.Va. at Delmarva, 7: 05 p.m.

Cape Fear at Hagerstown, 7: 05 p.m.

Pub Date: 6/26/98

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