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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Late bobbles cost Mudcats a road win at Montgomery

Posted by on Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 1:04 AM

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Luis Montano had his best Double-A start Friday night, but a couple of unearned runs unraveled it in the seventh inning.

And the Montgomery Biscuits scored all three of their runs in the seventh to claim a 3-1 victory over Carolina.

Montano (0-6) was pitching a two-hitter through six innings before the Biscuits put together their good-luck rally.

Carolina got a go-ahead run on base in the ninth before Matt Gorgen closed out the save.

Aneury Rodriguez (9-10) won his fifth straight decision for Montgomery.

Shaun Cumberland (pictured) scored Carolina's only run on a Logan Parker grounder in the second.

Jerry Gil (2-3, 9.39) will start Game 2 of the five-game set for Carolina tonight at 8:05 against Ryan Morse (3-6, 5.26).

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