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August 1, 2005
Yesterday Triple-A International League Ottawa 4 Louisville 3 Double-A Eastern League Harrisburg 10, Bowie 0 Single-A Carolina League Salem 4, Frederick 2 Single-A South Atlantic League Delmarva 3, Lake County 2 Hagerstown at Kannapolis, cancelled, wet grounds Single-A New York-Penn League Aberdeen 12, Jamestown 10 Rookie Appalachian League Kingsport 3, Bluefield 2 Today Triple-A International League Louisville at Ottawa, 1:05 p.m. ...
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July 1, 2006
Yesterday TRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Syracuse 10, Ottawa 7: Winston Abreau gave up three runs on two home runs for the Sky Chiefs in the top of the 10th after the host Lynx (41-41) rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth. DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUE Bowie, idle SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUE Frederick 2, Myrtle Beach 0: Jason Fransz hit his Carolina League-leading 13th homer run, helping the visiting Keys shut out the Pelicans and win three in a row for the first time since April.
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By Roch Kubatko | September 15, 1997
The Rochester Red Wings became the Orioles' third minor-league affiliate to claim a championship yesterday, defeating the Columbus Clippers, 4-3, in the decisive fifth game of the International League's Governors' Cup. Columbus is the New York Yankees' Triple-A affiliate.Julio Moreno, who spent the entire regular season at Double-A Bowie, was the winning pitcher, and Brian Shouse went 1 1/3 innings for the save.The Red Wings scored three times in the first inning. Danny Clyburn and Tommy Davis had RBI singles, and catcher Tim Laker tripled in a run.Rochester joins Bluefield (Rookie-level Appalachian League)
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