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Published On: June 17th, 2014

Solid pitching and two doubles were all the Chinooks needed to sweep the doubleheader versus the Mallards. Lakeshore won 2-0.

Second-year Chinooks pitcher Joe Pavlovich (UW-Oshkosh) got the start in game two. He threw five shutout innings. Pavlovich gave up only two hits. He also struck out six Mallards hitters in his first win of the year.

The right-hander has relieved in four previous appearances. “I didn’t have my best command right away, walked a couple guys, but got through it and got a good win out of it,” Pavlovich said.

Pitching coach Mark Moriarty thought the pitching staff threw well today. “He (Pavlovich)  was off early on, but made the right adjustments after the first few innings and it was good to see,” he said.

The Chinooks put their two runs across in the second. Jake Noll (Florida Gulf Coast) led off with a double. He was driven in by third baseman Brant Valach (Eastern Illinois), and Lakeshore took a 1-0 lead. Right fielder Brett Siddall (Canisius) had a sacrifice fly that scored Valach.

Pavlovich was relieved by southpaw Jake Tuttle (UW-Milwaukee). He pitched a scoreless sixth. Left-hander Luke Lowery (Southern Miss) recorded his third save in the seventh.

On Tuesday, the team will go on a five-game road trip against the Mallards, Kingfish and Woodchucks. They will return home on Sunday, June 22 for a six-game home stand.

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