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Topic - Danny Marzo
Hance Smith's eyes widened in the dugout as he watched Quinton Gago send a homer well over the left-field fence.
Danny Marzo was thinking about his manager's advice as he walked to the plate in the eighth inning: Concentrate on making a good swing, not hitting a home run.
Manager Eric Smith "told me you can't go up there thinking walk-off home run," Marzo said. "You have to be thinking base hit. A walk-off comes off a good base-hit swing."