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"The McNamara Division-leading Staten Island Yankees continue their three-game series against Hudson Valley tonight on the road after dropping a 3-2 decision to the Renegades before a Fourth of July crowd of 4,120 Monday night. CLICK HERE FOR BOXSCORE A wild pitch allowed the go-ahead run to score in the top of the eighth inning as the Baby Bombers dropped to 13-5 while Hudson Valley improved to 7-11. Catcher Luis Torrens had two of Staten Island's four hits to lift his batting average to .353. The Yankees return home Wednesday night to host the Renegades before welcoming Mahoning Valley to St. George for a three-game series beginning in an 11 a.m. Wednesday game.", www.silive.com
"WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y. -- Hudson Valley got strong pitching from its first two hurlers and some timely hitting to register a 4-2 New York-Penn League victory over the Staten Island Yankees Tuesday night at Dutchess Stadium. The McNamara division-leading Baby Bombers dropped their second straight and fell to 13-6. The Renegades, winners of two straight, improved to 8-11. Hudson Valley starter Adrian Navas, who twirled six innings of one-hit ball, was locked in a pitchers' duel with Yankee starter Adonis Rosa, who allowed one run in 6.1 innings. The host squad reach Rosa for a run in the home sixth on Bill Pujols' blast over the left-field barrier. Meanwhile, reliever J.D. Busfield Jr. held the Yankees scoreless through the seventh and eighth innings. The Renegades extended the lead to 4-0 in home eighth as they reached Josh Roeder for four hits and three runs to put away the game. The Yankees, who managed only five hits on the night, finally got on the scoreboard in the ninth", www.silive.com
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