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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Men's potency and prostate scams exposed

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Millions of men over 40 are depending on the medical establishment to help them with weak erections... enlarged prostates... low testosterone... and sexual health problems.
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    This top health author who's sold more than two-and-a-half million books personally investigated and uncovered the shocking truth about erectile dysfunction drugs, enlarged prostate drugs, prescription testosterone and prostate surgery.

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Friday, March 30, 2012

3 natural secrets for healing and managing pain


3 Proven Herbs for Managing
and Healing Cancer Pain

    The chronic pain that accompanies a disease like cancer goes beyond physical discomfort. In the worst cases, it's relentless and can swallow up your whole life. All you can think about is the pain.

    Even when it's caused by some other health problem, like arthritis or allergies, chronic pain can be so devastating that many experts now consider it a condition in itself that needs treating. So what's the best thing to do? Here's what I think. 
    I can agree wholeheartedly: When you're in severe pain, getting rid of the symptom becomes job #1. You'll worry about the cause later. But that attitude is hazardous because most pain drugs are damaging. It's especially important to find natural ways to deal with pain.

    For ages, there's been a disparity in understanding cancer pain. Too many patients receive morphine as medicine's knee-jerk reaction to cancer pain. In some cases doctors prescribe morphine when the pain is only moderate.

    So, there are two things I want to share with you today. The first is the importance of understanding and getting control over your pain — that's key. Second, I want to tell you about three proven herbs that are worth looking into.
Here's why conventional medicine can't solve this problem
    The pain that comes from cancer often starts with the cancer itself. Tumors can put pressure on bones or organs, or even nerves. But pain doesn't always come from the physical presence of cancer. Chemicals secreted by a tumor can also create a lot of pain. This is a case where you want a root-cause solution, not just something to mask the problem.

    And then, of course, it must be said that conventional treatment often causes additional pain. Surgery is painful, radiation can cause burning sensations, and chemotherapy introduces a host of painful side effects that include nerve damage and mouth sores.

    Along with that, too many conventional doctors treat cancer pain with opioid (opium-derived) medications like codeine and morphine. Or they tell patients to take large doses of OTC drugs like aspirin or acetaminophen.

    It goes without saying that conventional medicine doesn't offer long-term pain relief. Too often, the approach is to suppress the pain without addressing the cause, using medications that cause devastating side effects.

    Just look at opioid painkillers. They cause constipation, sedation, and possible addiction. Typically, it takes larger and larger doses to do the job as the patient develops a tolerance for the drug. NSAIDs like aspirin and ibuprofen carry the danger of gastrointestinal bleeding. They are, in fact, a leading cause of ulcers and death.

    Acetaminiophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol) damages the liver. Acetaminophen is not an anti-inflammatory and in my view is the least satisfactory solution to pain. It's of no benefit at all in treating the underlying condition, whether it be cancer, arthritis, allergies or something else.
3 herbs for the treatment of cancer-related pain
    A lot of folks are open to natural pain relief, but that poses a different problem. There are quite a few supplements to choose from and it can be hard to know what to do. The good news is that it's generally safe to try two, three, five or as many different ones as you like. You can take them all together.

    Many supplements are effective in pain suppression, without side effects, or with only mild side effects. Some even work to treat the cancer source itself. Most of the helpful herbs for the treatment of pain have anti-inflammatory properties that work by blocking the enzymes that trigger swelling and subsequent pain.
#1: Turmeric extract

Turmeric comes from Indonesia and South India. It's well-known as a main spice for curry. It's also commonly found in Indian food, usually either in curry powder or yellow mustard.

Curcumin is an extract from the turmeric root. If you were to take pure turmeric powder, curcumin would comprise about three percent of it.

Both turmeric and the curcumin extract have anti-inflammatory properties and potent antioxidant properties. Curcumin in particular is credited with anti-cancer properties, including the ability to reduce pain and slow deterioration in the body. (Just so you know, morphine and NSAIDs are NOT antioxidants!)

This anti-inflammatory herb is able to search for and destroy free radicals in your body that cause pain. According to a study by the Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center in New York, turmeric proved to be more precise (not to mention safer!) than aspirin when it came to stopping inflammation. It works by shutting down the COX2 enzyme that causes pain.

In general, turmeric does a good job of substituting for NSAIDs. I take a curcumin supplement and I think it's one of the reasons I've been able to drastically reduce my use of ibuprofen for the occasional sinus headache.

To get ideal levels of curcumin, you need to eat a moderate amount of turmeric. Eating an Indian diet with lots of curried dishes is one way to do it. Some people also recommend turmeric tea (I haven't tried it). Otherwise, supplements are a good source. Look for a supplement brand with the highest percent of curcumin extract.

By the way, turmeric appears to have no adverse side effects.

#2: Papain

Papain is an enzyme found in papaya fruit. Specifically, it's a proteolytic enzyme derived from the sappy, milk-like latex that comes from unripe papaya skins. That latex is dried and made into a powder.

Papain has been shown to attack tumor cells. It's also effective at boosting your immune system. It works by breaking down proteins, though its mechanism of action isn't fully understood.

In animal studies, papain has also been shown to work as a shield against the damaging effects of radiation.

Papain is often administered topically but can also be taken as a supplement when it comes to pain management. Topical creams are used to treat painful problems like bed sores, burns, and surgical wounds.

As for side effects, some people report of gastrointestinal distress while taking oral papain, and topical remedies have been reported to occasionally prompt a mild burning sensation.

Bromelain is another enzyme (made from pineapples) that's an effective natural pain reliever and anti-inflammatory, although I don't know that it has the specific anti-tumor and radiation-protective benefits found in papain.

You can easily buy papain and bromelain in supplement stores, either separately or together in one pill.

#3. Ginger extract

Ginger is a well-known natural treatment for nausea, but it also reduces pain and inflammation.

It works thanks to the ability to lower your number of prostaglandins, the messenger molecules that tell you when you're in pain (sometimes you'd prefer not to know!)

Some studies show that ginger also helps reduce the nausea and discomfort associated with chemotherapy.

Ginger is extremely versatile as a food. Ginger products come from fresh or dried ginger root, and you can get the herb in capsule form, tinctures, extracts, and oils. You can also grate the fresh root as a spice for food, or prepare it as tea.

Side effects are rare unless you take ginger in incredibly high, unwarranted doses.
You deserve natural pain relief
    If anything, remember this: The benefits of natural pain management extend far beyond just relieving your pain. They also give you emotional relief and satisfaction. Because really, if you're dealing with consistent pain over time, you'll likely have less tolerance for the side effects that come from traditional pain medicines.

    Turning to pain-relieving herbs like the ones listed above means you don't have to just "deal" with the pain — you can lessen it or get rid of it completely, and without side effects.

    And here's one more benefit. Herbs make it easy to spruce up meals. They motivate you to look into fresh or new recipes. They're a simple, beneficial way to bring some fun back into your life if you or a loved one is facing cancer.

    I generally find that pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory supplements don't pack the wallop of drugs — and certainly not of morphine — but they can greatly reduce your need for medication. They have the advantage that you can take them all the time, they aren't addictive, and they have a whole range of benefits the drugs don't have.

    Enzymes, for example, are one of the most beneficial nutrients you can take. To tout them as pain-relievers is to miss 90 percent of the story. They have powerful anticancer effects, and provide a boost to your circulation. Some people have reported that merely taking bromelain brought down their cholesterol and enabled them to dodge their doctors who were pressuring them to take statin drugs.

    Almost EVERYONE should take enzyme supplements, as I recommended in my Special Report The Missing Ingredient for Good Health.

NCAA Softball Bowie State Takes Two Against Shaw



(BOWIE, Md. – March 30, 2012)  Junior Amanda Ray went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate and knocked in six RBI to lead the Bowie State University Lady Bulldogs to a doubleheader, non-conference sweep of the Shaw University Lady Bears.  Both games ended early via the NCAA 8-run Mercy Rule with the Lady Bulldogs winning by scores of 10-2 and 13-5. 

Complete story to come later

Shaw vs Bowie State (Mar 30, 2012)  GAME 1


Box Score
 
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL 2012
Shaw at Bowie State (Game 1)
Mar 30, 2012 at Bowie, MD (Lady Bulldogs Field)

Shaw 2 (5-25)

Player 
 ab 
  r 
  h 
rbi 
 bb 
 so 
 po 
  a 
lob 
FAHIE,S cf 
BRAITHEWAITE 3b 
KELLY,C 1b 
HOLLIDAY,C c 
ARROYO,J ss 
JAMES,Keshma rf 
JONES,Morgan lf 
BURROUGHS,N. 2b 
WHITE,K p 
   ARCHIBOLD,D p 
Totals 
18 
14 
  

Bowie State 10 (8-7)

Player 
 ab 
  r 
  h 
rbi 
 bb 
 so 
 po 
  a 
lob 
SMITH,Justine ss 
CLAYBORNE,Cassandra cf 
NANCE,Cara c 
LEWIS,Adria 3b 
SNYDER,Haley 1b 
TAYLOR,Raenelle 2b 
RAY,Amanda rf 
SNYDER,Shelby p 
   FLINT,Hayley p 
WASHINGTON,Kiera lf 
Totals 
24 
10 
10 
15 

Score by Innings               R  H  E
--------------------------------------
Shaw................ 002 00 -  2  4  3
Bowie State......... 324 01 - 10 10  0
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Note: 2 outs, 2 runners LOB when the game ended.

E - KELLY,C 2; HOLLIDAY,C. LOB - Lady Bears 3; LadyBulldogs 7. 2B - BRAITHEWAITE; SNYDER,H.. 3B - FAHIE,S. SF - NANCE,C.. SB - ARCHIBOLD,D; CLAYBORNE,C. 3; WASHINGTON,K. CS - FAHIE,S.

Shaw  
ip 
er 
bb 
so 
wp 
bk 
hbp 
ibb 
ab 
bf 
fo 
go 
WHITE,K L,1-11 
2.1 
13 
18 
ARCHIBOLD,D  
2.1 
11 
13 
  
Bowie State  
ip 
er 
bb 
so 
wp 
bk 
hbp 
ibb 
ab 
bf 
fo 
go 
SNYDER,Shelby W,2-2 
4.0 
14 
16 
FLINT,Hayley  
1.0 

Win - SNYDER,S. (2-2). Loss - WHITE,K (1-11). Save - None. WP - ARCHIBOLD,D. Inherited runners/scored: ARCHIBOLD,D 3/3.
Umpires - HP: Randy Sprouse 1B: David Jefferson
Start: 12 noon Time: 1:22 Attendance: 21
Weather: Overcast / Cool - 50 Degrees


Play-by-Play
 
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL 2012
Shaw at Bowie State (Game 1)
Mar 30, 2012 at Bowie, MD (Lady Bulldogs Field)
Shaw starters: 9/cf FAHIE,S; 26/3b BRAITHEWAITE; 13/1b KELLY,C; 18/c HOLLIDAY,C; 20/ss ARROYO,J; 32/rf JAMES,Keshma; 24/lf JONES,Morgan; 4/2b BURROUGHS,N.; 34/p WHITE,K;

Bowie State starters: 22/ss SMITH,J.; 35/cf CLAYBORNE,C.; 17/c NANCE,C.; 1/3b LEWIS,A.; 73/1b SNYDER,H.; 10/2b TAYLOR,R.; 21/rf RAY,A.; 18/p SNYDER,S.; 13/lf WASHINGTON,K;

Shaw 1st - FAHIE,S singled through the right side. FAHIE,S interference, advanced to second. BRAITHEWAITE struck out looking. KELLY,C grounded out to 2b; FAHIE,S advanced to third. FAHIE,S out at home c to 3b to c, caught stealing. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowie State 1st - SMITH,J. grounded out to 3b. CLAYBORNE,C. singled to right center. CLAYBORNE,C. stole second. NANCE,C. walked. LEWIS,A. popped up to 2b. SNYDER,H. doubled to right center, RBI; NANCE,C. scored; CLAYBORNE,C. scored. TAYLOR,R. singled to left field; SNYDER,H. advanced to third. RAY,A. singled through the left side, RBI; TAYLOR,R. advanced to second; SNYDER,H. scored. SNYDER,S. flied out to lf. 3 runs, 4 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Shaw 2nd - HOLLIDAY,C struck out swinging. ARROYO,J grounded out to 2b. JAMES,Keshma struck out looking. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowie State 2nd - WASHINGTON,K singled to shortstop. WASHINGTON,K stole second. SMITH,J. struck out swinging. CLAYBORNE,C. singled, bunt; WASHINGTON,K advanced to third, scored on a throwing error by 1b, unearned. CLAYBORNE,C. stole second. NANCE,C. flied out to rf, SF; CLAYBORNE,C. advanced to third. LEWIS,A. singled to left center, RBI; CLAYBORNE,C. scored. SNYDER,H. flied out to rf. 2 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Shaw 3rd - JONES,Morgan walked. BURROUGHS,N. flied out to rf. WHITE,K fouled out to 3b. FAHIE,S tripled to left center, RBI; JONES,Morgan scored. BRAITHEWAITE doubled to left field, RBI; FAHIE,S scored. KELLY,C grounded out to p. 2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowie State 3rd - TAYLOR,R. walked. RAY,A. walked; TAYLOR,R. advanced to second. SNYDER,S. reached on a fielder's choice; RAY,A. out at second 2b to ss; TAYLOR,R. advanced to third. WASHINGTON,K walked; SNYDER,S. advanced to second. ARCHIBOLD,D to p for WHITE,K. WASHINGTON,K advanced to second; SNYDER,S. advanced to third; TAYLOR,R. scored on a wild pitch. SMITH,J. grounded out to 3b. CLAYBORNE,C. reached on a throwing error by c, scored, unearned; WASHINGTON,K scored, unearned; SNYDER,S. scored, unearned. NANCE,C. flied out to lf. 4 runs, 0 hits, 1 error, 0 LOB.

Shaw 4th - HOLLIDAY,C walked. ARROYO,J struck out looking. JAMES,Keshma popped up to ss. HOLLIDAY,C advanced to second on the throw. JONES,Morgan flied out to lf. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowie State 4th - LEWIS,A. singled through the left side. SNYDER,H. flied out to lf; LEWIS,A. advanced to second on an error by 1b. TAYLOR,R. flied out to cf. RAY,A. walked. SNYDER,S. grounded out to 2b. 0 runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 2 LOB.

Shaw 5th - FLINT,H. to p for SNYDER,S.. BURROUGHS,N. grounded out to 2b. ARCHIBOLD,D singled up the middle. ARCHIBOLD,D stole second. FAHIE,S flied out to cf. BRAITHEWAITE fouled out to ss. 0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB.

Bowie State 5th - WASHINGTON,K out at first p to ss to 1b. SMITH,J. grounded out to 3b. CLAYBORNE,C. singled to shortstop. CLAYBORNE,C. stole second. NANCE,C. walked. LEWIS,A. singled to left field, RBI; NANCE,C. advanced to second; CLAYBORNE,C. scored. 1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.


Shaw vs Bowie State (Mar 30, 2012)   GAME 2


Box Score
 
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL 2012
Shaw at Bowie State (Game 2)
Mar 30, 2012 at Bowie, MD (Lady Bulldogs Field)

Shaw 5 (5-26)

Player 
 ab 
  r 
  h 
rbi 
 bb 
 so 
 po 
  a 
lob 
FAHIE,S cf 
BRAITHEWAITE 3b 
KELLY,C 1b 
HOLLIDAY,C c 
ARROYO,J ss 
BEASE,Shai rf 
JONES,Morgan lf 
BURROUGHS,N. 2b 
HEMPHILL,K p 
   YOZZA,Gina p 
Totals 
23 
11 
14 
  

Bowie State 13 (9-7)

Player 
 ab 
  r 
  h 
rbi 
 bb 
 so 
 po 
  a 
lob 
SMITH,Justine ss 
CLAYBORNE,Cassandra cf 
NANCE,Cara c 
LEWIS,Adria 3b 
SNYDER,Haley 1b 
TAYLOR,Raenelle 2b 
RAY,Amanda rf 
FLINT,Hayley p 
   HERNANDEZ,Mariela p 
WASHINGTON,Kiera lf 
Totals 
31 
13 
16 
11 
15 

Score by Innings               R  H  E
--------------------------------------
Shaw................ 041 00 -  5 11  3
Bowie State......... 505 21 - 13 16  2
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Note: 2 outs, 2 runners LOB when the game ended.

E - ARROYO,J; JONES,Morgan; BURROUGHS,N.; NANCE,C.; WASHINGTON,K. LOB - Lady Bears 8; LadyBulldogs 6. 2B - HEMPHILL,K; SMITH,J.; SNYDER,H.; TAYLOR,R.; RAY,A. 2. SB - FAHIE,S; HERNANDEZ,M..

Shaw  
ip 
er 
bb 
so 
wp 
bk 
hbp 
ibb 
ab 
bf 
fo 
go 
HEMPHILL,K  
2.2 
10 
10 
19 
19 
YOZZA,Gina L,1-4 
2.0 
12 
14 
  
Bowie State  
ip 
er 
bb 
so 
wp 
bk 
hbp 
ibb 
ab 
bf 
fo 
go 
FLINT,Hayley  
2.0 
12 
14 
HERNANDEZ,Mariela W,5-3 
3.0 
11 
14 

Win - HERNANDEZ,M. (5-3). Loss - YOZZA,Gina (1-4). Save - None. WP - YOZZA,Gina; HERNANDEZ,M.. Inherited runners/scored: YOZZA,Gina 1/1.
Umpires - HP: David Jefferson 1B: Randy Sprouse
Start: 1:45 pm Time: 1:47 Attendance: 29
Weather: Overcast/Lt. Rain - 49 Degrees


Play-by-Play
 
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL 2012
Shaw at Bowie State (Game 2)
Mar 30, 2012 at Bowie, MD (Lady Bulldogs Field)
Shaw starters: 9/cf FAHIE,S; 26/3b BRAITHEWAITE; 13/1b KELLY,C; 18/c HOLLIDAY,C; 20/ss ARROYO,J; 11/rf BEASE,Shai; 24/lf JONES,Morgan; 4/2b BURROUGHS,N.; 12/p HEMPHILL,K;

Bowie State starters: 22/ss SMITH,J.; 35/cf CLAYBORNE,C.; 17/c NANCE,C.; 1/3b LEWIS,A.; 73/1b SNYDER,H.; 10/2b TAYLOR,R.; 21/rf RAY,A.; 5/p FLINT,H.; 13/lf WASHINGTON,K;

Shaw 1st - FAHIE,S walked. BRAITHEWAITE reached on a fielder's choice to third base; FAHIE,S advanced to second. KELLY,C singled, bunt; BRAITHEWAITE advanced to second; FAHIE,S out at third c to 3b. HOLLIDAY,C struck out swinging. ARROYO,J singled to center field, advanced to second on the throw; KELLY,C advanced to third; BRAITHEWAITE advanced to third, out at home cf to c to 3b to 1b. 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Bowie State 1st - SMITH,J. singled to third base. CLAYBORNE,C. fouled out to 3b. NANCE,C. singled up the middle; SMITH,J. advanced to second. LEWIS,A. singled to left center; NANCE,C. advanced to second; SMITH,J. advanced to third. SNYDER,H. doubled to left field, advanced to third on the throw, 3 RBI; LEWIS,A. scored; NANCE,C. scored; SMITH,J. scored. TAYLOR,R. reached on a fielder's choice to shortstop. RAY,A. singled to right center, RBI; TAYLOR,R. advanced to second; SNYDER,H. scored. FLINT,H. reached on a fielder's choice; RAY,A. out at second ss to 2b; TAYLOR,R. advanced to third, scored on a throwing error by ss, unearned. WASHINGTON,K struck out swinging. 5 runs, 5 hits, 1 error, 1 LOB.

Shaw 2nd - BEASE,Shai singled through the right side. JONES,Morgan singled up the middle; BEASE,Shai advanced to second. JONES,Morgan out at first c to 1b, picked off. BURROUGHS,N. singled, advanced to second on an error by lf, RBI; BEASE,Shai scored, unearned. HEMPHILL,K doubled to left center, advanced to third on the throw, RBI; BURROUGHS,N. scored. FAHIE,S walked. FAHIE,S stole second; HEMPHILL,K scored on a throwing error by c, unearned. BRAITHEWAITE singled to shortstop; FAHIE,S advanced to third. KELLY,C singled to right field, RBI; BRAITHEWAITE advanced to third; FAHIE,S scored. HOLLIDAY,C lined out to 3b. ARROYO,J popped up to ss. 4 runs, 6 hits, 2 errors, 2 LOB.

Bowie State 2nd - SMITH,J. flied out to lf. CLAYBORNE,C. grounded out to 2b. NANCE,C. flied out to lf. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Shaw 3rd - HERNANDEZ,M. to p for FLINT,H.. BEASE,Shai walked. JONES,Morgan singled up the middle; BEASE,Shai advanced to second. BURROUGHS,N. walked; JONES,Morgan advanced to second; BEASE,Shai advanced to third. HEMPHILL,K reached on a fielder's choice; BURROUGHS,N. advanced to second; JONES,Morgan advanced to third; BEASE,Shai out at home 3b to c. FAHIE,S struck out swinging. HEMPHILL,K advanced to second; BURROUGHS,N. advanced to third; JONES,Morgan scored on a wild pitch. BRAITHEWAITE struck out swinging. 1 run, 1 hit, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Bowie State 3rd - LEWIS,A. grounded out to p. SNYDER,H. singled to third base. TAYLOR,R. doubled to left center; SNYDER,H. advanced to third. RAY,A. doubled to right center, 2 RBI; TAYLOR,R. scored; SNYDER,H. scored. HERNANDEZ,M. singled through the left side; RAY,A. advanced to third. WASHINGTON,K lined out to 2b; RAY,A. scored on a throwing error by 2b, unearned. HERNANDEZ,M. stole second. SMITH,J. doubled to left center, RBI; HERNANDEZ,M. scored, unearned. YOZZA,Gina to p for HEMPHILL,K. CLAYBORNE,C. singled, advanced to second on a throwing error by lf, RBI; SMITH,J. scored. CLAYBORNE,C. advanced to third on a wild pitch. NANCE,C. flied out to cf. 5 runs, 6 hits, 2 errors, 1 LOB.

Shaw 4th - KELLY,C flied out to cf. HOLLIDAY,C walked. ARROYO,J flied out to rf; HOLLIDAY,C out at first rf to 1b. 0 runs, 0 hits, 0 errors, 0 LOB.

Bowie State 4th - LEWIS,A. walked. SNYDER,H. singled to left center; LEWIS,A. advanced to second. TAYLOR,R. reached on a fielder's choice; SNYDER,H. advanced to second; LEWIS,A. out at third ss to 3b. RAY,A. doubled to left center, 2 RBI; TAYLOR,R. scored; SNYDER,H. scored. HERNANDEZ,M. walked. WASHINGTON,K struck out swinging. SMITH,J. flied out to lf. 2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Shaw 5th - BEASE,Shai singled to first base. JONES,Morgan reached on a fielder's choice; BEASE,Shai out at second ss to 2b. BURROUGHS,N. singled through the left side; JONES,Morgan advanced to second. YOZZA,Gina struck out swinging. FAHIE,S popped up to 3b. 0 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.

Bowie State 5th - CLAYBORNE,C. singled to pitcher. NANCE,C. singled down the lf line; CLAYBORNE,C. advanced to second. LEWIS,A. flied out to cf. SNYDER,H. lined out to ss. TAYLOR,R. singled to right field, RBI; NANCE,C. advanced to second; CLAYBORNE,C. scored. 1 run, 3 hits, 0 errors, 2 LOB.



























































































































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