Monday, August 12, 2002

Columbus 8, Louisville 1

The Associated Press

        LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Columbus Clippers scored three runs in the second inning and added four more in the third for an 8-1 win over the Louisville Bats Sunday in International League play.

        The game ended in the top of the fifth inning because of rain.

        With the loss, Louisville (68-55) has dropped five of their last seven games — three against Columbus.

        Robert Perez, Andy Phillips, and Scott Seabol each had a home run for Columbus (52-70). Alex Arias added three hits including a double and a RBI.

        Marty Malloy was the only bright spot for Louisville, collecting three singles. Ruben Mateo had the only RBI, driving in Jesse Levis in the fifth inning.

        Columbus starter Bo Donaldson (4-2) scattered five hits and allowed one run to earn the win.

        Louisville starter Jeff DAmico (6-10) took the loss after giving up seven runs in two and one-third innings.


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