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Baseball

June 09, 2005

Yesterday

Triple-A International League

Ottawa at Columbus: Last night's game between the Lynx (29-27) and host Clippers (34-25) was postponed because of lightning at Cooper Stadium. The game will be made up as part of today's doubleheader starting at 5:35 p.m.

Double-A Eastern League

Harrisburg 5, Bowie 3: The visiting Senators (27-29) took a 2-1 lead after the first inning and never trailed. John Wilson hit a bases-empty homer in the fourth for Harrisburg. Justin Echols (4-3) got the win and Brian Forystek (1-5) took the loss for the Baysox (27-30). Saul Rivera earned his third save.

Single-A Carolina League

Frederick 5, Salem 4, 1st game: The visiting Keys led 4-1 and held off a late rally by the Avalanche. The win ended a five-game winning streak by Salem. Frederick 13, Salem 3, 2nd game: The Keys (29-31) completed the sweep of the Avalanche (25-35). Frederick led 10-1 after the second inning.

Single-A South Atlantic League

Lakewood 7, Delmarva 2: Winner Nate Johnson (5-2) retired the first 11 batters he faced as the host BlueClaws (21-38) swept the two-game series from the Shorebirds (25-35). Hagerstown 6, Lake County 5: Ryan Coultas hit a walk-off, run-scoring double in the ninth to lift the host Suns (37-23) over the Captains (34-26). Coultas' double came with one out in the ninth, and drove home Jim Burt with the winning run. Burt reached on a one-out infield hit off Kyle Collins (2-4). The game-winner completed a three-hit night for Coultas. Hagerstown maintained its first-place spot in the North Division with 10 games left in the first half. The Captains fell to three games back, while the Lexington Legends remain one game out.

Today

Triple-A International League

Ottawa at Columbus (DH), 5:35 p.m.

Double-A Eastern League

Harrisburg at Bowie, 7:05 p.m.

Single-A Carolina League

Frederick idle

Single-A South Atlantic League

Lakewood at Delmarva, 7:05 p.m. Lake County at Hagerstown, 7:05 p.m.

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