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Published On: June 6th, 2017

Brainerd, MN — The offense struck early and often for the Rox tonight. Mason Mamarella (Kent State) led the game off with a walk, and scored later in the inning off of a Shane Selman (McNeese State) double. That was the only run of the inning for STC, but later in the 3rd added to its lead. 

NIcola Mislinski (University of San Diego) started the inning with a walk, then came home after a Cameron Blaquiere (Western Carolina) double. The ensuing batter, Cameron Eden (California) singled to extend the lead to three. The game did not see another run until the 9th, where Eden doubled down the 3rd base line and recorded his second RBI of the night and third since starting yesterday. Shane Selman followed and hit another ball in the same spot as Eden and it resulted in another double and run for St. Cloud. 

The offense was enough to move the Rox past the Border Cats for their fifth win of the season and third straight. Jack Cushing (Georgetown) had another solid starting performance on the mound. He pitched six complete innings, and gave up four hits and two walks. He also struck out five, bringing his season total to 14.

The win keeps the Rox tied atop the North Division after one week at 5-2. STC finishes up the two game series with Thunder Bay tomorrow night at 7:05. Ryan Shreve is set to make his second start after winning the first game of the seaosn in Waterloo last Wednesday. When they come back to Faber Field the Rox gear up for a five game homestand as they host the Loggers, Bucks and Stingers. You can look for tickets online at, by calling (320) 240-9798 or by visiting the Rox ticket office located at the Municipal Athletic Complex. The Rox box office closes three hours prior to games and opens 90 minutes before at our Joe Faber Field location.

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St. Cloud Times Player of the Night: Cameron Eden went 2-5 with 2 RBI's and a run scored in his second start for St. Cloud this summer.

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