Perez Strong as RiverDogs Hang On, Edge Greenville to Start Second Half
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston starter Freicer Perez yielded just one hit through a season-long seven innings, and the Charleston RiverDogs stranded 11 runners before plating the go-ahead tally in the tenth as they hung on to take a 2-1 victory over the Greenville Drive on Thursday night at Fluor Field to open the second half of the season. The RiverDogs (35-36, 1-0) left matched a season-high by stranding 12 men total in the game and outhit the Drive 11-5, failing to provide Perez the run sup...
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