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This day in Suns history

June 19, 2005

June 19

1981 - The Suns lose the first game of the second half as Scott Kuvinka hit a two-run double with two outs in the eighth to lift the Alexandria Dukes to a 3-1 win. The Suns, the first-half champs of the Carolina League's Northern Division, owned a 1-0 lead on a Kurt Fabrizio single in the second to support the debut of starting pitcher Allan Edwards.

1984 - Suns first baseman Jim Traber, who eventually played for the Orioles, had two singles and scored twice in his start of the Northern Division's 11-6 win in the 38th annual Carolina League All-Star Game. Dave Magadan (Mets) was the designated hitter for the North in the game.

1993 - Mariano Dotel circled the bases on a double and an error in the 12th innning to lift the Suns to a 5-4 win over Hickory to end the first half. Lee Daniels retired the Crawdads in order in the 12th for the victory. The Suns got home runs from Keith Hines and Kris Harmes. The Suns finish the half in third place with a 34-36 record, 10 games behind Greensboro.

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2003 - Lakewood's Andre Marshall hit a sacrifice fly in the 10th to lift the BlueClaws to a 4-3 win over the Suns. The Suns, 1-2 in the second half, wasted a strong outing by Glenn Woolard, who struck out 11 in six innings. Carlos Sosa and Jake Wald drove in runs for the Suns.

2004 - The Suns drop a doubleheader to Lake County, 3-2 and 2-1. Brian Munhall homered in the opener. Omar Anez started the nightcap, striking out six in 4 2/3 innings for a no-decision. Hagerstown is 27-37 and in last place in the South Atlantic League's Northern Division, 11 games behind Charleston, W.Va.

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