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|Bowden gets second win at Wilmington|
Barry Bowden picked up his second win in his second outing for Advanced Class A Wilmington on August 26.
The Blue Rocks ( took a dramatic 5-3 victory from the Lynchburg Hillcats in 11 innings.
The late-game magic began in the top of the eighth with the Rocks trailing 2-1.
Bowden allowed two singles on his first two pitches of the night.
Then, after a wild pitch moved the runners to second and third, Bowden struck out Kris Watts, and intentionally walked Jared Keel to load the bases.
His second wild pitch of the inning tied the contest and brought the tying run to within 90 feet of home plate.
Then, Bowden's luck turned.
He escaped the inning without further damage, by inducing an unorthodox 1-2-5 double play off the bat of Kent Sakamoto. Sakamoto bounced back to Bowden who threw home in time to retire Matt Hague.
Catcher Ryan Eigsti then caught Keel cheating off of third and threw behind the left fielder for the out which retired the side.
Bowden (2-0) would then set the Hillcats down in order in the ninth and strike out the side in the 10th.
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