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Brunswick evens Blue Ridge championship series

August 05, 2002|by JACK HILL III

After pitching six innings on Saturday, Scott Frye got the win on Sunday, walking none and allowing one run in four innings of relief, leading the Brunswick Orioles to a 7-2 victory over the Hagerstown Braves to even the Blue Ridge Adult League championship series at 1-1.

Game 3 and 4 will be at Brunswick today and Tuesday at 7 p.m.

"I was still tired from (Saturday)," Frye said. "I was just throwing a lot slower today. I just went home last night and iced my arm and rested it. I was changing every pitch. I wasn't throwing two pitches back-to-back. I was throwing inside and outside. I felt fine with what I did. I threw the ball in there and let them hit it wherever they wanted to. I knew that I had guys behind me in the field that were ready to take care of me."

Brunswick (31-9) took a 7-2 lead over Hagerstown (38-7) in the top of the sixth inning on a two-run single to left by player-manager John Mangold. He had three hits and two RBI. Also, Hagerstown had four errors Sunday.

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"We booted the ball around a little bit and you can't do that against Brunswick," Braves player-manager Danny Cunningham said.

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