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ZEBULON – Coming off a double header sweep of the Salem Sox on Thursday, the Carolina Mudcats returned to Five County Stadium on Friday night to face off against the Lynchburg Hillcats looking to extend the winning streak to three games. With the stars of Lizard Lick Towing in attendance, the Mudcats were not able to do that however, falling to the Hillcats by a final score of 10-3. On the night, Mudcats pitchers surrendered four home runs, the most in one game surrendered by the Mudcats in their history as an Indians farm team. Mudcats manager David Wallace didn’t think those four home runs were the reason the Mudcats lost. “Not to take any credit away from them, but I thought we beat ourselves early with a couple of defensive mistakes, throwing errors, and poor base running decisions," Wallace said. After having no problem with the first two batters of the game, Mudcats starting pitcher Jacob Lee gave up a solo home run to Lynchburg first baseman William Beckwith, before reti...
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