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June 08, 2005

Yesterday

Triple-A International League

Columbus 6, Ottawa 5: Gabe Lopez scored on a sacrifice fly by Mike Vento in the bottom of the 17th to lift the Clippers (34-25) over the Lynx (29-27).

The game - which lasted 4 hours, 56 minutes - was the longest in Lynx history, shattering the previous record of 4:25, according to The Ottawa Sun.

Ottawa used seven pitchers.

Double-A Eastern League

Harrisburg 5, Bowie 3: Eric DuBose gave up all five runs in the first inning, as the Senators (26-29) beat the host Baysox (28-29).

DuBose gave up only two hits from the second through sixth innings. First baseman Simon Pond homered in the ninth to bring the Baysox to within two runs.

Single-A Carolina League

Salem 6, Frederick 3, first game: Powered by home runs by Saul Torres and Ervin Alcantara, the visiting Avalanche (25-33) defeated the Keys (28-30).

Zachary Dixon (1-6) struck out three and allowed seven hits.

Frederick at Salem, second game, suspended, rain

Single-A South Atlantic League

Lakewood 5, Delmarva 2: Carlos Perez gave up three home runs as the BlueClaws (20-38) defeated the visiting Shorebirds (25-34).

First baseman C.J. Smith hit his third homer for Delmarva.

Lake County 12, Hagerstown 2: Jose Sanchez (9-1) lasted only three innings for the Suns (36-23) and gave up nine hits as the Captains (34-25) rolled.

Today

Triple-A International League

Ottawa at Columbus, 7:05

Double-A Eastern League

Harrisburg at Bowie, 7:05

Single-A Carolina League

Frederick at Salem, completion of suspended game, 6:07

Frederick at Salem, after completion of suspended game

Single-A South Atlantic League

Delmarva at Lakewood, 7:05

Lake County at Hagerstown, 7:05

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