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Minor league baseball: Bees rally to beat Sky Sox

Published July 12, 2013 10:42 pm
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Bees rally late to beat Sky Sox

The Salt Lake Bees rallied to beat the host Colorado Springs Sky Sox 7-5 in a Pacific Coast League game Friday night. The Bees trailed 4-1 before scoring three runs in the eighth inning with a rally highlighted by Efren Navarro's two-run double. Salt Lake added three more runs in the ninth, when Luis Rodriguez ripped a two-run single, to take a 7-4 lead.

The Sky Sox scored a run in the ninth and had two runners on base before Salt Lake reliever Ryan Brasier struck out Greg Golson to end the game.

Raptors 10, Osprey 0 • In Missoula, Mont., Ogden starter Francisco Villa held the Osprey to two hits over six scoreless innings, and Hank Yates hit a grand slam as the Raptors dominated the Pioneer League game. Ogden outhit Missoula 10-3 in the game.

Owlz 7, Voyagers 6 (10) • In Orem, pinch runner Ranyelmy Mendoza scored on a 10th-inning error to give the Owlz the win.

The Salt Lake Tribune




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