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New Hampshire Fisher Cats second baseman John Tolisano, left, greets teammate Kevin Pillar(4) after Pillar scored a run in the first inning vs. the Trenton Thunder hosted at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester Monday evening.Mark Bolton/Union Leader 

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The Fisher Cats sent 10 batters to the plate in the first inning and kept hammering the Trenton Thunder in a 15-7 win in Manchester on Monday night. New Hampshire (3-2) and matched a club record with 13 walks in the series opener before 3,905.

Nashua South product Kevin Nolan had the go-ahead hit in the bottom of the first inning, and the Fisher Cats plated five runs off Trenton starter Matt Tracy (0-1) in the first.

Ryan Tepera (1-0) gave up a solo home run in the first inning but threw five innings, giving up three runs for the win. Clint Robinson had a pair of doubles, a single, and picked up his league-best eighth walk. Sean Ochinko drove in four runs for the Fisher Cats.

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