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Clippers 6, Tides 2

Clippers 6, Tides 2

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two big innings and three home runs were all the Clippers needed to beat the Tides, 6-2, in the second game of a four-game series in Norfolk Sunday afternoon.

Carlos Moncrief started the 2nd inning with a solo homer and Roberto Perez added a two-run blast to make it 3-0 Clippers. Columbus got another three-run inning in the 6th when Audy Ciriaco brought Moncrief and Perez home with a three-run home run.

Trevor Bauer (3-0) got the win, pitching seven innings and allowing two runs on five hits. Eddie Gamboa took the loss for the Tides, allowing all six runs.

Game three of the series is slated for 6:35 p.m. Monday.

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