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Monday, April 8, 2013
FREDERICK, Md. — Glynn Davis hit a walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning as Frederick completed the sweep of Salem in the season-opening series.
Salem opened the scoring in the first inning as Sean Coyle scored from second on a single by Garin Cecchini.
Salem starter Kyle Stroup, pitching for the first time in more than a year and a half, kept the Keys off the board with five scoreless innings. Stroup gave up just three hits on the day before being relieved by Michael McCarthy in the sixth inning.
Davis took the third pitch he saw from McCarthy deep over the left-field fence to tie the game at one.
The Sox were retired in order in the top of the 10th and Connor Narron singled to start the bottom of the 10th for the Keys. Davis took the second pitch from reliever Robby Scott over the left-field wall to end the game.
Gene Escat earned the win with one inning of hitless relief work. Scott was tagged with the loss, giving up two runs on two hits in one inning.
Salem’s last 0-3 start was in 1998.
Hot Start for Coyle: Sean Coyle has scored three of the team’s four runs, hit a homer and is batting .455 on the young season.
ON DECK: Salem heads to Woodbridge, Va., to face the Potomac Nationals. Salem’s Mike Augliera will face Potomac’s Kylin Turnbull.
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