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Senators Comeback Nips Aviators

August 4, 2003 - Central Baseball League (Central League) - Jackson Senators News Release

Jackson, MS; August 4, 2003 – The Senators came from behind and beat the Coastal Bend Aviators 4-3. The big hero of the game was right fielder Eric Darjean who threw out two runners at home plate, the last pinch runner Dalphie Correa for the last out in the ball game. Correa at the time represented the tying run. Rusty Camp made his Senators debut, but did not factor into the final decision, going six innings, allowing three runs on six hits. Aaron Pribble (1-1) picked up his first win, going two innings, giving up just two hits. Brian Langen (5-3) was the tough luck loser, going eight innings, allowing four runs on seven hits. The Senators upped their record to 18-12 on the second half and 49-29 overall. The Aviators after the loss fell to 19-12 during second half play and 36-43 on the season.

Next home game: Will take place on Tuesday, August 5, 2003, as it will be “Two-for-Tuesday,” with $1.00 drink specials on both draft beer & soft drinks. Game time is set for 7:05 p.m. with the gates opening at 6:00 p.m.

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