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Cyclones fall to Mahoning Valley in rain-shortened game • Brooklyn Paper

Cyclones fall to Mahoning Valley in rain-shortened game

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July 24 in Mahoning Valley

The Cyclones bats were silenced by the Scrappers Tuesday night, getting shutout in a rain-shortened game that lasted five innings.

Mahoning Valley starter Zack Draper struck out five over five innings, giving up two walks and allowing just two hits.

The Ohioans scored the game-winning run in the third, when Jose Fermin singled to knock in Henry Pujols, who had singled and moved to third on a base hit.

Christian James struck out three and allowed five hits and one walk over four-and-a-third innings, but the one run proved fatal.

Our boys seek revenge tonight in Mahoning Valley at 7:05 pm.

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