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Tuesday, August 22 2006 @ 12:30 PM EDT

Contributed by: Jonny German

3 wins in 5 tries for the Toronto farm.

Syracuse: Scheduled off day.

Reading 3 @ New Hampshire 5

Ricky Romero recorded his first double-A win, tossing 6 innings of 5-hit 1-run ball. He walked 4 and struck out 3. Tracey Thorpe collected his 12th save with a spotless ninth. Dustin Majewski and Ryan Patterson each had 2 hits including a double.

Lakeland 1 @ Dunedin 7

Danny Core was outstanding for 6 shutout innings, limiting the Tigers to 2 hits and 2 walks while punching out 7. Robinzon Diaz (3 hits including a double), Eric Nielsen (2 doubles), and Cory Patton (single and 2 walks) led the attack.

Lansing 1 @ West Michigan 3

The Lugnuts only managed one extra-base hit (a Brian Pettway double) and only one Nut had 2 hits (David Hicks) as they fell to the Whitecaps. Adrian Martin gave up the 3 runs over 5 frames. Po-Hsuan Keng worked 2 1/3 no-hit innings, walking 2 and striking out 1.

State College 1 @ Auburn 2 (7 innings)
State College 5 @ Auburn 1 (7 innings)

Brandon Magee led the Doubledays to victory in the opener of a double header with 6 innings of 6 strikeout ball, allowing just an unearned run on 4 hits and a walk. Seth Overbey gave out one free pass in garnering his 4th save. 2B Scott Campbell and CF Adam Calderone each rang out two hits, one of Calderone’s being a 2-bagger.

The nightcap saw only RF Jonathan Baksh putting up a fight, with a single and a triple in 3 trips to the dish. Wilfreddy Aguirre surrendered 2 runs over 4 innings, Scott Byrnes 2 over 1.

Pulaski: Scheduled off day.

Three Star Selection!
The Third Star: Ricky Romero, New Hampshire, 6 good innings.
The Second Star: Brandon Magee, Auburn, 6 excellent innings.
The First Star: Danny Core, Dunedin, 6 dominant innings.