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M’s put on fireworks display

PULASKI – The Pulaski Mariners lit up the Calfee Park sky with six homeruns in a successful effort to slug their way past the Princeton Rays 14-3 Friday evening.
The win moves Pulaski (9-8) above .500 and 2 1/2-games closer to division leader Danville.
Five different Mariners got into the long ball act as the host homered in five of the eight innings in which they came to bat.
Kalian Sams connected on two homers, running his homerun streak to four in the last three games.
Pulaski fans welcomed recent call up Jonathan Arias and he thanked them with a two-run homerun to get the scoring started for the Mariners in the bottom of the second inning.
Kris Sanchez knocked four hits on four at bats, while collecting three RBIs on his sixth inning homerun. Juan Fuentes and Jose Rivero also went deep for the Mariners, while Deybis Benitez collected four hits and Mario Martinez added three hits to lead the Pulaski 19 hit attack.
Princeton (8-10) got two hits from Jeremy Beckham, while first overall pick Tim Beckham tallied one hit and a run score. Roman Novas hit a solo home run for Princeton.
Starting pitcher Nick Czyz (2-1) went six innings and gave up one run on only three hits to pick up the victory for Pulaski. Albert Suarez (0-2) didn’t make it out of the third inning for Princeton and was saddled with the loss.
The Mariners will conclude their three-game series with the Rays Sunday evening at Calfee Park, with first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m.

Sox rally past M’s 11-9

PULASKI – Bristol used a six-run second inning and a four-run sixth inning to rally past Pulaski two separate times, taking an 11-9 victory over the Mariners at Calfee Park Thursday night.
The White Sox got four hits and three RBI’s from Jordan Kendall and two hits and four RBI’s from Hancer Vargas to lead their 12-hit attack.
The Mariners got two hits and three runs scored from Anthony Phillips, while Jose Rivero blasted a three-run homerun and Kalian Sams added a solo homerun to pace the hosts.
Pulaski scored single runs in the first and third innings to sandwich the Bristol six-run outburst in the second.
The Mariners plated four runs in the fourth highlighted by Rivero’s homerun that tied the scored. Two runs in the fifth gave Pulaski the lead before a four-run sixth put Bristol up for good.

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M’s put on fireworks display

PULASKI – The Pulaski Mariners lit up the Calfee Park sky with six homeruns in a successful effort to slug their way past the Princeton Rays 14-3 Friday evening.
The win moves Pulaski (9-8) above .500 and 2 1/2-games closer to division leader Danville.
Five different Mariners got into the long ball act as the host homered in five of the eight innings in which they came to bat.
Kalian Sams connected on two homers, running his homerun streak to four in the last three games.
Pulaski fans welcomed recent call up Jonathan Arias and he thanked them with a two-run homerun to get the scoring started for the Mariners in the bottom of the second inning.
Kris Sanchez knocked four hits on four at bats, while collecting three RBIs on his sixth inning homerun. Juan Fuentes and Jose Rivero also went deep for the Mariners, while Deybis Benitez collected four hits and Mario Martinez added three hits to lead the Pulaski 19 hit attack.
Princeton (8-10) got two hits from Jeremy Beckham, while first overall pick Tim Beckham tallied one hit and a run score. Roman Novas hit a solo home run for Princeton.
Starting pitcher Nick Czyz (2-1) went six innings and gave up one run on only three hits to pick up the victory for Pulaski. Albert Suarez (0-2) didn’t make it out of the third inning for Princeton and was saddled with the loss.
The Mariners will conclude their three-game series with the Rays Sunday evening at Calfee Park, with first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m.

Sox rally past M’s 11-9

PULASKI – Bristol used a six-run second inning and a four-run sixth inning to rally past Pulaski two separate times, taking an 11-9 victory over the Mariners at Calfee Park Thursday night.
The White Sox got four hits and three RBI’s from Jordan Kendall and two hits and four RBI’s from Hancer Vargas to lead their 12-hit attack.
The Mariners got two hits and three runs scored from Anthony Phillips, while Jose Rivero blasted a three-run homerun and Kalian Sams added a solo homerun to pace the hosts.
Pulaski scored single runs in the first and third innings to sandwich the Bristol six-run outburst in the second.
The Mariners plated four runs in the fourth highlighted by Rivero’s homerun that tied the scored. Two runs in the fifth gave Pulaski the lead before a four-run sixth put Bristol up for good.

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