Found June 24, 2013 on Indians Baseball Insider:
ZEBULON – A nail bitter until the end, the Carolina Mudcats were walk-off winners as they defeated the Frederick Keys 3-2 on Monday night.  The win was the first for the team in the second half, bringing the Mudcats record to 1-3 in the second half and 23-51 overall. With the score tied 2-2 entering the bottom of the ninth, designated hitter Bo Greenwell singled and stole second base, and left fielder Luigi Rodriguez hit a walk-off RBI double to bring home the winning run.  Rodriguez was so excited about the win.  “I feel great.  Since we’ve been losing and losing, it feels great to win” said Rodriguez.  “We kept focus and finally did it.  Getting the hit gives me a lot of confidence, but tomorrow is another day, so we have to keep working hard to carry over the momentum.” Mudcats manager was so happy for the team. “I’m just really happy for these guys.  They’ve worked really hard.  It seems like a lot of things have gone against us and it was nice to see something like this finally
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