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Published: 6/23/2013


Mud Hens fall to Pawtucket

The Mud Hens collected just seven hits as Pawtucket claimed a 7-2 victory on Sunday, June 23, 2013, at Fifth Third Field. Toledo scored just one run in eight innings against Red Sox starter Alfredo Aceves. That came in the third when Brad Davis tripled, then scored on a groundout by Argenis Diaz, who finished the game with two hits. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Mud Hens outfielder Nick Castellanos tracks the baseball to record an out. Enlarge Mud Hens outfielder Nick Castellanos tracks the baseball to record an out.
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Pawtucket's Alfredo Aceves allowed only one run in eight innings to earn the win. Enlarge Pawtucket's Alfredo Aceves allowed only one run in eight innings to earn the win.
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Pawtucket's Mitch Maier locks in on the pitch. Enlarge Pawtucket's Mitch Maier locks in on the pitch.
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Toledo's Alex Avila puts the ball in play. Enlarge Toledo's Alex Avila puts the ball in play.
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Toledo's Ben Guez catches the ball while Danny Dorn backs him up. Enlarge Toledo's Ben Guez catches the ball while Danny Dorn backs him up.
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Mud Hens starter Pat Misch delivers a  pitch. Enlarge Mud Hens starter Pat Misch delivers a pitch.
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Toledo starter Pat Misch has a chat on the mound. Enlarge Toledo starter Pat Misch has a chat on the mound.
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Mud Hens outfielder Danny Dorn makes the catch. Enlarge Mud Hens outfielder Danny Dorn makes the catch.
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Pawtucket's Justin Henry takes a apitch. Enlarge Pawtucket's Justin Henry takes a apitch.
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Toledo's Pat Misch delivers a pitch against Pawtucket. Enlarge Toledo's Pat Misch delivers a pitch against Pawtucket.
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Toledo first baseman Jordan Lennerton tries to hold Pawtucket's Bryce Brentz at first base. Enlarge Toledo first baseman Jordan Lennerton tries to hold Pawtucket's Bryce Brentz at first base.
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