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Greenville Drive pick up critical win

With every game crucial to its playoff hopes, Greenville picked up a big win Wednesday night, defeating Greensboro 7-0 at Fluor Field.

A crowd of 5,218 fans watched the Drive overcome what has been a familiar pattern in home games — early scores with silent bats the rest of the game. 428 more words

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Grasshoppers strike late to defeat Drive

Greenville led for seven innings Tuesday night. While that was a long time, it wasn’t quite long enough.

Greensboro rallied for two runs in the eighth inning to defeat the Drive 3-2 before a crowd of 4,151 at Fluor Field. 490 more words

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Drives’ Luis Ramos, Jamie Callahan combine for shuout

SALISBURY, Md. – Luis Ramos and Jamie Callahan combined for a six-hit shutout as the Greenville Drive won 4-0 on Saturday to earn a split of the four-game series with the Delmarva Shorebirds at Arthur W. 150 more words

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Drive bats get hot in Maryland

SALISBURY, MD – The hottest place in Maryland on Friday night was the Greenville Drive bat rack, as the Drive saw all nine starters collect at least one hit, with 16 hits in all, in a 10-5 defeat of the Delmarva Shorebirds. 274 more words

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Delmarva’s six-run inning does in Greenville Drive

SALISBURY, Md. – The Delmarva Shorebirds rode a six-run, seven-hitting inning to a 9-4 victory against the Greenville Drive on Thursday night at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. 183 more words

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Greenville Drive suffer another quiet night

Greenville couldn’t carry Saturday night’s offensive outburst over to Sunday as Charleston quieted the Drive bats in a 6-2 verdict at Fluor Field.

The win gave the RiverDogs a 2-1 series win, though Greenville won the season series 12-8. 437 more words

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Red Sox Notes: Andrew Benintendi Reportedly Joining Stacked Greenville

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BOSTON — The Red Sox’s bats haven’t cooled.

Although Boston failed to complete a three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners at Fenway Park, the Red Sox still produced 13 hits Sunday in a 10-8, 12-inning loss in which they rallied from seven runs down to force extra innings. 582 more words

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