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Jays Top Pulaski, Princeton Falls to Elizabethton

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BLUEFIELD-- A chop single over the third baseman's head by Seth Conner was enough for the Bluefield Blue Jays to get back in the win column over the Pulaski Mariners.

Art Charles led the seventh inning off with a deep double to left field. After being sacrificed over to third, Conner did the rest notching his third RBI of the season after being called up last week.

The Mariners had seven hits, but the Bluefield pitching staff buckled down with runners on base.

The Mariners only run came in the sixth inning on a bloop single by Martin Peguero that scored Richard Palase.

Roberto Osuna took home his first win of the year and Julio Carmona tallied the save.

Bluefield will entertain Pulaski again tomorrow night at 7:05.

In Princeton it was a much different story as the Rays fell 13-1 to Elizabethton.

The Twins used a five run 2nd to jump on Princeton early highlights with a three-run homerun by Romy Jimenez who went 3-4 with 3 RBI's and scored three times.

Princeton's only run in the game came in the third inning and was off of a infield since by Ariel Soriano.

Princeton left the bases full in the third after Angel Mata was able to get out of the jam.

Princeton will host Elizabethton again tomorrow at Hunnicutt Field at 7:05

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