- The Washington Times - Monday, April 15, 2002

THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Myrtle Beach 7, Frederick 2
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. The Keys (1-8) lost a Class A Carolina League game once again to the Pelicans in front of 2,274 at Coastal Federal Field after winning for the first time this season one day earlier.
Outfielder Adam Stern went 2-for-4 with four RBI and a triple to lead the Pelicans.
Matt Schwager (0-1) went 6⅓ innings, giving up five runs on nine hits. It was the longest outing by a Keys pitcher this season.
Third baseman Alfredo Leon drove in the Keys' first run of the afternoon with a one-out single in the first inning. Shortstop Nick Garcia singled home Alex Gordon in the ninth inning for the Keys' other run.
The Keys return home today for a four-game series against the defending Carolina League Champion Salem Avalanche.

Bowie at Erie, ppd.
ERIE, Pa. Yesterday's Class AA Eastern League doubleheader between the Bowie Baysox and Erie SeaWolves was postponed because of rain.
It marks the second consecutive day, and third time of the season, that the Baysox have been washed out. The SeaWolves have been rained out four times on the young season.
The games will be made up as part of doubleheaders on each of the Baysox's next two trips to Erie, June 29 and Aug. 24. Each doubleheader will begin at 6:05 p.m. with two seven-inning games.
Bowie (3-4) has played only two games in six days. After being rained out at home last Tuesday, the Baysox finished their season-opening homestand with a 10-2 victory over Akron on Wednesday. A scheduled day off on Thursday was followed by what resulted in the only game of a scheduled three-game series at Erie on Friday. The Baysox fell 7-4.

Kinston 10, Potomac 4
WOODBRIDGE, Va. The Indians took two of three games from the Cannons with yesterday's win at Pfitzner Stadium.

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