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Fisher Cats drubbed, lose fourth straight
New Hampshire (28-32) has lost four straight games, including the first two games of its six-game road trip.
Akron battled back, getting its first run in the home fourth on an RBI single from Justin Toole.
The Aeros tied the game in the fifth when Ronny Rodriguez doubled and later scored on a force out by Jesus Aguilar. Akron took the lead for good in the sixth inning when a sacrifice fly from Rodriguez plated Giovanny Urshela, who doubled to lead off the frame.
New Hampshire starter Marcus Walden (4-6, 3.25 ERA) registered the mound loss. In six innings, he allowed five hits, three runs and four walks with one strikeout. He threw 96 pitches, 58 for strikes.
New Hampshire tries to salvage the series finale tonight at 7:05 p.m., sending righthander Deck McGuire (3-5, 5.40 ERA) against Akron righty Toru Murata (2-3, 4.02 ERA).
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