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Pulaski blanked, 5-0

PULASKI — The Pulaski Mariners returned to Calfee Park on Wednesday night as the Burlington Royals blanked the host 5-0.
PULASKI — The Pulaski Mariners returned to Calfee Park on Wednesday night as the Burlington Royals blanked the host 5-0.
The Royals held the Mariners to eight hits to even the season series at two games a piece.
Pulaski (22-13) got two hits from Guy Welsh including a double, while Tommy Johnson also added two hits.
The Mariners have now been held scoreless in 18 consecutive innings, striking out a whopping 30 times over the same period.
The Mariners have lost five of their last eight games, including three straight, watching their lead in the East Division of the Appalachian League dwindle to 2-1/2 games over the Danville Braves.
Burlington (12-23) got a three-run homerun from Julio Aparicio in the first inning.
Jorge Gutierrez and Hilton Richardson added RBIís in the fourth inning.
John Flanagan pitched 4-2/3 innings for Burlington followed by 3-1/3 from Mike Lehmann (2-2) to pick up the victory.
Taylor Lewis (0-2) suffered the loss for Pulaski, giving up three runs over three innings of work.
The Mariners and Royals will continue their three game series with game two on Thursday night at Calfee Park.
Free health screenings from Pulaski Community Hospital will be available, as they will sponsor the evening.

BUR 300 200 000 — 5 10 2
PUL 000 000 000 — 0 8 1

WP — Lehmann (2-2)
LP — Lewis (0-2)
HR — BUR: Aparicio (1).

Pulaski blanked, 5-0

PULASKI — The Pulaski Mariners returned to Calfee Park on Wednesday night as the Burlington Royals blanked the host 5-0.
PULASKI — The Pulaski Mariners returned to Calfee Park on Wednesday night as the Burlington Royals blanked the host 5-0.
The Royals held the Mariners to eight hits to even the season series at two games a piece.
Pulaski (22-13) got two hits from Guy Welsh including a double, while Tommy Johnson also added two hits.
The Mariners have now been held scoreless in 18 consecutive innings, striking out a whopping 30 times over the same period.
The Mariners have lost five of their last eight games, including three straight, watching their lead in the East Division of the Appalachian League dwindle to 2-1/2 games over the Danville Braves.
Burlington (12-23) got a three-run homerun from Julio Aparicio in the first inning.
Jorge Gutierrez and Hilton Richardson added RBIís in the fourth inning.
John Flanagan pitched 4-2/3 innings for Burlington followed by 3-1/3 from Mike Lehmann (2-2) to pick up the victory.
Taylor Lewis (0-2) suffered the loss for Pulaski, giving up three runs over three innings of work.
The Mariners and Royals will continue their three game series with game two on Thursday night at Calfee Park.
Free health screenings from Pulaski Community Hospital will be available, as they will sponsor the evening.

BUR 300 200 000 — 5 10 2
PUL 000 000 000 — 0 8 1

WP — Lehmann (2-2)
LP — Lewis (0-2)
HR — BUR: Aparicio (1).