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Mariners hammered at home

PULASKI — The Greenville Astros scored five runs in the top of the first inning before putting the game away with six runs in the final two innings to earn a 14-7 victory over the Pulaski Mariners at Calfee Park Monday night. 
The Mariners cut the lead to one run on several occasions before the Astros put the game away with three runs in both the eighth and ninth innings.
 Nathan Metroka led the Astros with four hits, falling a home run shy of the cycle, while adding two RBIs.  Albert Cartwright contributed three hits and three RBIs, including a home run, while Kody Hinze recorded three hits and three runs scored for Greenville (25-34).
 Pulaski (36-22) was paced by Dwight Britton who homered and tripled for his two hits, while recording two RBIs.  Kris Sanchez also smacked a home run for the Mariners to go with two hits as Pulaski magic number to win the east remained at five. With the loss, the Mariners’ lead in the east shrank to 5 1/2 games over Danville.
 Brooks Mohr suffered the loss for Pulaski on the mound.  Zachary Grimmett pitched five innings to earn the win for Greenville, while Colton Pitkin hurled the final three innings to earn the save.
 The two teams will continue their three game series at the historical ball park on Tuesday night.  It is bluegrass night with the first pitch a 7 p.m.

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Mariners hammered at home

PULASKI — The Greenville Astros scored five runs in the top of the first inning before putting the game away with six runs in the final two innings to earn a 14-7 victory over the Pulaski Mariners at Calfee Park Monday night. 
The Mariners cut the lead to one run on several occasions before the Astros put the game away with three runs in both the eighth and ninth innings.
 Nathan Metroka led the Astros with four hits, falling a home run shy of the cycle, while adding two RBIs.  Albert Cartwright contributed three hits and three RBIs, including a home run, while Kody Hinze recorded three hits and three runs scored for Greenville (25-34).
 Pulaski (36-22) was paced by Dwight Britton who homered and tripled for his two hits, while recording two RBIs.  Kris Sanchez also smacked a home run for the Mariners to go with two hits as Pulaski magic number to win the east remained at five. With the loss, the Mariners’ lead in the east shrank to 5 1/2 games over Danville.
 Brooks Mohr suffered the loss for Pulaski on the mound.  Zachary Grimmett pitched five innings to earn the win for Greenville, while Colton Pitkin hurled the final three innings to earn the save.
 The two teams will continue their three game series at the historical ball park on Tuesday night.  It is bluegrass night with the first pitch a 7 p.m.

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