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Fisher Cats lose despite Nolan's HR
Jesus Aguilar drove in three runs to lead the Aeros to a 7-2 Eastern League win Thursday, sweeping the Fisher Cats in their three-game series at Canal Park. New Hampshire (28-33) suffered it fifth straight loss last night and moves on face Erie (Pa.) in a three-game series beginning today.
Akron (29-31) got one back in the home first on Aguilar's RBI single.
After New Hampshire reliever Evan Crawford replaced starter Deck McGuire, Carlos Moncrief singled and Quincy Latimore doubled home two runs for a 4-2 advantage. Jake Lowery singled home Latimore and Lowery scored the final run of the inning on another basehit from Giovanny Urshela. Akron tacked on another run in the seventh inning when Aguilar plated a home on a groundout.
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