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Baseball Brothers, Rams, Hornets go 2-0

CBA holds off Phoenix, Cortland in one-run thrillers

East Syracuse-Minoa got out there for last Tuesday’s game at Fulton, and Steve Brownell shook off a poor start to give the Spartans a much-needed 6-2 win over the Red Raiders.

Both sides scored twice in the first inning. From there, though, Brownell shut down Fulton, giving up five hits and four walks while amassing eight strikeouts.

Single runs in the second and fifth innings, plus a two-run sixth, got ESM out in front. Casey Sullivan struck the big blow, a two-run home run, while Greg Fingar managed a pair of hits. Adam Flock and Cameron Lawless both had one RBI.

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