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Lowell Spinners bounce back, top Mahoning Valley

Spinners 8, Scrappers 5

A day after a heart breaking loss at Fenway Park, the Spinners rebounded with a big win, topping the Mahoning Valley Scrappers on the back of two Nick Moore home runsMonday night at LeLacheur Park. ...

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Spinners 8, Scrappers 5

A day after a heart breaking loss at Fenway Park, the Spinners rebounded with a big win, topping the Mahoning Valley Scrappers on the back of two Nick Moore home runsMonday night at LeLacheur Park.

The win snapped the Spinners six-game losing streak and allowed the team to salvage a win on the homestand.

Lowell would jump out to an early 4-0 lead scoring in each of the first three innings of the game. The Spinners got on the board in the first after Danny Mars led off with an infield single, stole second and advanced to third on the throw by catcher Martin Cervenka.

A one-out single by Sam Travis plated Mars to give the Spinners a lead. Lowell added a run in the second on an RBI forceout by David Sopilka.

, before adding two runs in the third inning. In the third, it was Moore’s first home run of the night, a solo shot that just missed going through the Jay Gee’s Ice Cream Cone in left-centerfield, and an RBI single by Mauricio Dubon, putting the Spinners up, 4-0.

Mahoning Valley would pull even in the sixth, scoring four runs against the duo of Edwar Garcia and Ellis Jimenez. After Garica found himself in a jam, Joe Oliver went to Jimenez, but D’vone McClure took the first pitch he saw through the hole at short, plating a pair and evening the score at four.

The Spinners took the lead for good however in the seventh inning against relieve Anthony Vizcaya. A one-out bunt single by Raymel Flores and an infield single by Travis set the stage for Moore who hit the first pitch he saw over the right field wall and Aiken Street to give the Spinners a 7-4 lead.