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NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE Scrappers snap four-game skid



Published: Wed, June 27, 2001 @ 12:00 a.m.



Victor Kleine pitched eight strong innings for the win.

NEW YORK -- Jonathan Van Every scored the only run of the game in the eighth inning as the Mahoning Valley Scrappers blanked the Brooklyn Cyclones 1-0 Tuesday night in New York-Penn League action at KeySpan Park.

The Scrappers (2-6) snapped a four-game losing streak, while the Cyclones evened their record at 4-4.

In the eighth inning, Rickie Morton of the Scrappers skied a pop-up in the infield and Cyclones second baseman Leandro Arias lost the ball in the lights. Van Every reached third as the ball was picked up.

Winning run: Relief pitcher Michael Cox of the Cyclones started to chase Morton and then saw Van Every sprinting for home. His throw to the plate was high and wide, allowing Van Every to score.

Morton led the Scrappers with a double and two singles. Francis Finnerty hit two singles.

It was the fifth one-run game that the Cyclones have been involved in this season, and they are 2-3 in those contests.

Victor Kleine (1-0) of the Scrappers went eight innings, allowed three hits, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter to pick up the win.

MAHONING VALLEYBROOKLYN

abrhbiabrhbi

Peshke, 2b2000Pagan, cf4000

Made, 2b2000McIntyre, ss4010

Lillash, dh4000Rodriguez, 3b3000

Van Every, cf2110Toner, rf3000

Morton, 1b4030Corr, dh3010

Gay, 1b0000Caligiuri, 1b3010

Quintana, rf3010Jacobs, c3000

Bastardo, c4000Lawson, lf3000

Finnerty, 3b4020Arias, 2b3000

Santini, lf4010

Uegawachi, ss4000

Totals33180Totals29030

Mahoning Valley000000010--1

Brooklyn000000000--0

E--Cox. LOB--Mahoning Valley 8, Brooklyn 2. 2B--Van Every, Morton, Santini. SB--Quintana. CS--McIntyre.

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Mahoning Valley

Kleine, W (1-0)830007

Farman, S, 1100001

Brooklyn

Peeples550016

Cox, L (0-1)231022

Umpires--Home: Jason Day; second: Steve Bretz. T--2:06. A--7,039.




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