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Cyclones 7
Spinners 0

Aug. 6 at Lowell

Was it Pedro Martinez or Pedro Martinez on the mound?

Pedro “No Relation” Martinez pitched like his namesake for 6-1/3 innings last night, blanking the Lowell Spinners and limiting them to just three hits in a stellar, six-strikeout performance that set the tone for a runaway win.

Jordan Abruzzo provided some of the fireworks, smacking his third homer of the season in the seventh.

But this game was a blowout almost from the start, with the Cyclones putting up three in the third — all with two outs. John Servidio hit his ninth double and later scored on an error. And J.R. Voyles knocked in two with a single.

The Clones added three in the ninth as Jose Jimenez hit a two-run double and Servidio got an RBI with a bases-loaded walk.

The win improved the Cyclones record to 25-23, but left them three games behind the first-place Yankees.

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