- The Washington Times - Tuesday, May 27, 2008

First baseman Larry Broadway (.233) drove in the only run for the Clippers in their loss to the visiting Bats. Left fielder Ray Olmedo (.271) and shortstop Ed Rogers (.238) each had two hits for Columbus. Steven Shell (2-2, 3.29) got the loss.

Left fielder Mike Daniel (.313) went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored in the Senators’ loss to the host Defenders. Shairon Martis (3-2, 2.87) pitched six innings and allowed just one earned run for Harrisburg, while reliever Tim Bittner (1-2, 3.81) got the loss.

Second baseman Matt Rogelstad (.298) drove in four runs on two doubles and a home run as the Nationals beat the visiting Hillcats. First baseman Chris Marrero (.238) and right fielder Edgardo Baez (.263) also hit home runs.

Colton Willems (4-3, 4.53) pitched six scoreless innings and struck out three as the visiting Suns beat the Intimidators. At the plate, third baseman Stephen King (.341) led Hagerstown with a 2-for-3 day that featured two RBI and two walks.

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