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Bees hold off RedHawks' rally

Published May 11, 2013 11:31 pm
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Despite the RedHawks' threerun ninth inning, Salt Lake beat Oklahoma City on the road, 6-4.

Matt Young knocked in a homer in his first game with the Bees to give Salt Lake a 1-0 lead, and Matt Young led with three RBIs.

Billy Buckner, pitching in the longest outing by a Bees pitcher this season, allowed three earned runs in eight innings of work and had four strikeouts to pick up the win for Salt Lake.

The bullpen took over in the ninth inning, and Fernando Cabrera gave up a three-run homer by Oklahoma City. Salt Lake's Mitch Setter was next to the mound and earned his second save of the season.

The Tribune




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