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Lansing Lugnuts vs Bowling Green Hot Rods (Win 4-2)
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Starlyn Suriel was able to stop the Hot Rods in their tracks Wednesday. Suriel was able to scatter 9 hits and a walk to hold the Rods to 2 runs. He pitched a solid 7 innings and stuck out 6. Phil Kish came on and closed the door over the past 2 innings to pick up the save. The solid effort allowed the Lugnut offense to scrap together just enough offense to win. Alex Maldonado and David Harris collected 2 hits, a double, and an RBI each. The Lugnut attack proved to be enough as they supported an excellent pitching performance.
Line of the game
Starlyn Suriel 7 IP, 9 hits, 2 earned runs, 1 walk, and 6 strike outs
Lansing Lugnuts vs Bowling Green Hot Rods (Chase Mallard vs Brad Wallace)
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