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….Nick Arias was now the pitcher of record and he went through the top of the eighth with relative ease after Tucson was unable to get the bats going in their half of the seventh. That all changed when Maximiliano Leyva belted a double to start off the bottom of the eighth and Gerardo Mungaray walked one out later. Arias stepped to the plate and he delivered on a home run for the 5-2 win.
Tucson (9-2) entered the game with a 1-0 loss to Salpointe (9-1) and a 6-5 setback at Canyon del Oro (9-1). It’s easy to see how a few at bats could have had the Badgers at 11-0 at this point but the game of baseball is full of second chances. Brophy dropped to 5-6 on the year but the Broncos will have their chance to turn the record around with back-to-back games scheduled against Chandler (4-7) coming up….
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