Found August 03, 2012 on Mets Merized Online:
It took two innings of free baseball to do it, but the Binghamton Mets won the rubber match of their series against the Harrisburg Senators on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium by a score of 4-3. Dustin Martin’s one out single in the bottom of the twelfth inning scored Raul Reyes from second base leading the B-Mets to their 53rd win of the season. Cory Mazzoni was on the hill for the B-Mets, throwing a total of seven innings, an inning count he has reached in half of his eight starts in Binghamton this season. Mazzoni gave up three runs, two of which were earned, on ten hits, striking out four and walking two. Brad Holt made his first relief appearance since July 25th, throwing two thirds of an inning, allowing one hit and walking one. C.J. Nitkowski pitched the remained of the eighth inning and the ninth as well, striking out one, allowing no hits and no runs. In five total appearances so far this season for Nitkowski, he’s thrown four and a third innings, allowing only one hit and ...
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