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"A three-run fifth inning for the Staten Island Yankees sealed a 5-3 New York-Penn League victory over the State College Spikes in the middle game of a three-game set Saturday night. The Baby Bombers improved to 31-23 record to stay 1.5 games behind the first-place Hudson Valley Renegades (32-21) in the McNamara Division. Chad Martin (2-0) picked up the win by pitching seven strong innings of one-run ball (unearned). He scattered seven hits. The Spikes were the first to jump on the board in the second inning as Riley Drongesen hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Jeremy Martinez. The Yankees tied the game in the top of the third when Nick Solak hit a RBI single to bring in Dom Thompson-Willliams. In the top of the fifth, Dalton Blaser belted a RBI double, scoring Solak. Kendall Coleman then hit a two-RBI single to plate Blaser and Kane Sweeney, increasing the lead to three runs. The Baby Bombers added an insurance run in the ninth, and watched as the Spikes scored two runs in the", www.silive.com
"STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Staten Island Yankees fell behind early and never recovered in dropping a 4-3 decision to the State College Spikes Friday night. The Baby Bombers fell to 30-23 overall and fell 1.5 games behind the first-place Hudson Valley Renegades (31-21). Vince Jackson blasted a two-run homer and Ryan McCarvel added another home run to put the Spikes ahead, 3-0, in the first inning off starter and loser Simon De la Rosa (4-3). De la Rosa gave up four hits and four runs in five innings In the third inning, the Yanks' Dom Thompson-Williams hit an RBI double to score Dalton Blaser and make it 3-1. But, Vince Jackson answered with an RBI single for the Spikes in the bottom of the third to increase their lead to 4-1. The Yankees chipped away at State College's lead behind Kane Sweeney's RBI single in the top of the sixth and Jerry Seitz's RBI single in the seventh to pull within 4-3, but they were never able to tie or take", www.silive.com
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