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Gazette Premium Content Sky Sox can't keep pace in 11-5 loss at Las Vegas

The Gazette - Published: June 15, 2013
The Gazette - Published: June 15, 2013

LAS VEGAS - Colorado Springs was in a tie game in the top of the sixth but Las Vegas scored three times in the sixth and three more in the seventh for an 11-5 victory late Saturday night. The 51s tried to help the Sky Sox by committing four errors (only one of Colorado Springs' runs was...

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LAS VEGAS - Colorado Springs was in a tie game in the top of the sixth but Las Vegas scored three times in the sixth and three more in the seventh for an 11-5 victory late Saturday night.

The 51s tried to help the Sky Sox by committing four errors (only one of Colorado Springs' runs was earned), but they had 14 hits and scored in every inning from the third through the seventh.

Colorado Springs was led by Corey Dickerson and Ryan Wheeler with two hits each.

Brett Jacobson took the loss. Starter Parker Frazier went 2.1 innings and gave up two earned runs as the first of five Sky Sox pitchers.

Justin Hampton picked up the win as the first of four 51s relievers to not allow a run.

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