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Aces win in rout

July 21, 2008 - United League Baseball (ULB) - Alexandria Aces News Release

Alexandria, La. - July 21, 2008 - Bryan Sabatella hit two home runs in Monday's game as the Alexandria Aces defeated the Edinburg Coyotes 10-2 at Bringhurst Field. Sabatella led off the first with a home run. The first baseman also led off the third with a solo home run, his 12th of the year. Aces starter Chad Linder tied a season-high with 11 strikeouts as he lasted eight innings, giving up just two runs, one earned. Linder also did not walk a batter for the second-straight start. The Aces scored three runs in the first. After Sabatella hit the leadoff homer, Luis Guance walked and scored on a double by Rafael Ozuna. Andre Marshall brought Ozuna home with a run-scoring single to give the Aces an early 3-0 lead. Alexandria put the game out of reach with five runs in the third. Again, after Sabatella's leadoff homer, Guance walked and scored on a single by Ozuna. Marshall drove home Palmer Karr Jr., who reached on an error for the second run of the inning. After Madison Edwards walked to load the bases, Coyotes reliever Isaac Daniels issued a walk to Homy Ovalles to force in a run. The Aces ended their scoring in the third when shortstop Angelo Fermin caught a liner from Eddie Fitzpatrick, but he overthrew Daryl Jones at first to allow Marshall to score, giving the Aces an 8-0 lead. Karr added his 15th home run of the year in the sixth. The Aces and Coyotes continue their three-game series Tuesday as Alejandro Martinez of the Aces takes on Eric Montoya of the Coyotes. Game time is 7:05.

Next home game: Tuesday, July 22nd vs. Edinburg. KZMZ Two ‘Fer Tuesday. Guys get two-for-one admission along with two-10 oz. beers for $3.

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