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NEWS
May 28, 2005
SALISBURY, Md. - Wilson Batista had three hits, including a home run and a triple, while Carlos Gomez and Ryan Coultas also had three hits each as the Hagerstown Suns pounded Delmarva pitching for 14 hits in an 11-3 victory over the Shorebirds on Friday night. Hagerstown (30-17) remained in first place in the South Atlantic League's North Division and finished a two-game road sweep of the Shorebirds (21-27). The Suns open a six-game homestand tonight, starting with two more games against Delmarva.
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NEWS
July 5, 2007
Delmarva scored three runs on five hits to take a 3-0 lead in the third inning and the Shorebirds defeated the Hagerstown Suns 4-2 on Wednesday. Todd Davison's RBI double and RBI singles by Daniel Figueroa and Billy Rowell gave the Shorebirds a lead they never lost in sending the Suns (3-10) to their second straight loss. Hagerstown scored its only two runs in the sixth. Leonard Davis doubled and Francisco Guzman singled before Davis scored on Robert Jacobsen's fielder's choice grounder.
NEWS
July 27, 2005
SALISBURY, Md. - The Hagerstown Suns witnessed the Tour de Fransz on Tuesday. Instead of Lance Armstrong circling the country on a bike for his seventh victory, Delmarva's Jason Fransz sent seven runs around the bases for the Shorebirds. Fransz hit three home runs, including a solo shot to lead off the 11th inning, for seven RBI to lift Delmarva to a mistake-filled 8-7 victory over the reeling Suns. Jose Gomez (1-4) came on in the 11th and surrendered the home run to the first batter he faced for his third loss in extra innings in eight games.
NEWS
by BOB PARASILITI | May 27, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com Jonathan Armitage's ability to handle a pop quiz gave the Hagerstown Suns more than just a passing grade on Education Day. Armitage came up with a diving stab in the third inning of the opening game of a matinee doubleheader to preserve an early Hagerstown lead and end a possible Delmarva tying rally Wednesday as the Suns scored a 7-5, 5-0 sweep before 4,021 at Municipal Stadium. Keith Anderson drove in four runs, which included a three-run home run in the third inning, and Nate Schierholtz added his South Atlantic League-leading 13th homer as the Suns claimed the opener.
NEWS
July 31, 2000
Shorebirds rain on Suns' night By BOB PARASILITI / Staff Writer Lately, there has been enough rain to turn Municipal Stadium into an island. That wouldn't be anything new for the Hagerstown Suns because their defense had already left them marrooned a long time ago. continued Delvarva scored eight runs - five unearned thanks to a Shawn Fagan error - in the first inning and turned back Hagerstown despite some early outbursts of its own for a 13-7 victory on Monday which was shortened to 7 1/2 innings by rain.
NEWS
July 11, 2003
SALISBURY, Md. - It was a good thing for the Hagerstown Suns that Josh Habel didn't finish his outing the way he started it. Habel allowed hits to the first two Delmarva hitters he faced on Thursday before shifting into high gear for seven innings of four-hit pitching to pace the Suns to a 3-0 victory over the Shorebirds. Levi Robinson and Gera Alvarez reached safely in the first before Habel retired 11 straight to keep the Shorebirds off the board. Arturo Rivas ended the streak with a leadoff single in the fifth.
NEWS
By BOB PARASILITI | June 1, 2003
bobp@herald-mail.com Travis Ishikawa turned himself into an editor on Friday. The Hagerstown Suns first baseman took the book that Delmarva had on him and abridged it. The Shorebirds followed the manuscript they had compiled last weekend to neutralize Ishikawa when they played at Municipal Stadium - left-handed pitching working inside. But Ishikawa ripped the page out of the binding with a three-run homer in the sixth to give the streaking Suns a 4-3 victory. In fact, Ishikawa drove in all four Hagerstown runs - tying the game with a fourth-inning single - as the Suns (29-23)
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