Minor leagues

Baseball

August 25, 2005

Yesterday

Triple-A International League

Pawtucket 7, Ottawa 2: Marc Deschenes combined with three Red Sox relievers to three-hit the host Lynx, which has lost four out of its past five to drop to 65-67. Pawtucket improved to 67-65.

Double-A Eastern League

Bowie 8, Altoona 0: Shortstop Brandon Fahey went 2-for-4 and had six RBIs, including a two-run home run in the first inning and a grand slam in the fourth as the Baysox (69-62) rolled over the visiting Curve (68-63).

Single-A Carolina League

Kinston 11, Frederick 1: The host Indians outslugged the Keys, 13-3, including a pair of home runs, as they improved to 28-31. Frederick dropped to 33-23.

Single-A South Atlantic League

Lexington 3, Hagerstown 1: Ronnie Martinez (11-3) struck out four and allowed five hits and a run as the Legends (32-25) swept their two-game series against the host Suns (20-34). Delmarva 5, Lakewood 4: Jason Fransz drove in Christopher Klemm for the eventual game-winning run as the Shorebirds (37-19) came from behind to beat the host BlueClaws (26-31).

Single-A New York-Penn League

New Jersey 7, Aberdeen 6: The IronBirds scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth, but Scott Vander Weg got the save and preserved the win for the Cardinals (30-31) over the IronBirds (21-39).

Rookie Appalachian League

Greeneville 11, Bluefield 9: Josh Flores hit a pair of leadoff homers as the Astros (25-35) defeated the visiting Orioles (28-34). Angel Avila went 3-for-4 and led a Bluefield team which out-hit Greeneville, 14-12. It was Bluefield's third loss in the past four games.

Today

Triple-A International League

Ottawa at Rochester, 7:05 p.m.

Double-A Eastern League

Altoona at Bowie, 7:05 p.m.

Single-A Carolina League

Frederick idle

Single-A South Atlantic League

Hagerstown at Delmarva, 7:05 p.m.

Single-A New York-Penn League

New Jersey at Aberdeen, 7:05 p.m.

Rookie Appalachian League

Elizabethton at Bluefield, 7 p.m.

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