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Hickory held to five hits, no runs in loss

August 4, 2011

The rubber match between Hickory and Hagerstown on the baseball diamond Wednesday was undoubtedly a no contest.

The Suns (60-48, 20-18) had 11 hits on offense, include a pair of two-run homers and a bases clearing triple.

The Crawdads offense, on the other hand, was anything, but hot. Hickory (63-44, 23-16) had five hits from the plate with three of those happening in the second inning.

Hagerstown took a 5-0 lead in the top of the second inning behind the two home runs by shortstop Jason Martinson and catcher Adrian Nieto. The homers brought in a total of four runs.

Bullpen helps Suns escape with victory

August 4, 2011

After a game between the Hickory Crawdads and Hagerstown Suns on Monday that featured a combined 33 hits and 27 runs, things cooled down just a bit Tuesday.

Both teams had five hits each through five innings, but their two strong bullpens allowed a combined three hits and no runs, allowing Hagerstown to take a 3-2 road win.

Hagerstown (59-48, 19-18) took the early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning. With runners on first and second, third basemen Sean Nicol singled over the head of second basemen Odubel Herrera to plate catcher David Freitas.

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