14 Hits Send Stars Past Suns; Suns Get 2 Homers but Little Else in Loss to Huntsville

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14 Hits Send Stars Past Suns; Suns Get 2 Homers but Little Else in Loss to Huntsville


Elliott, Jeff, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Jeff Elliott

Jacksonville allowed 14 hits, including three extra-base hits by Huntsville's Jason Rogers, as the Stars evened the series with the Suns with a 5-3 win Friday night in front of 6,893 at the Baseball Grounds.

Huntsville had one hit in every inning except the seventh and had multiple-hit innings four times. The Suns (1-1) were fortunate to stay within two runs of the Stars (1-1), who stranded nine runners, leaving men on base in all but two innings.

Suns starter Andrew Heaney struggled through 5 1/3 innings. He gave up 10 hits and three runs. The run total would have been more, but Huntsville went 3 for 15 with runners in scoring position.

"We're going to have nights like this," Suns manager Andy Barkett said. "Heaney battled even though he didn't have his best stuff tonight. He really pitched competitively and kept us in the ballgame. We didn't swing the bats great, but we hit some balls hard. We just had a little bad luck."

Heaney, rated the top left-handed pitching prospect in baseball by Baseball America, allowed an opposite-field home run in the second inning to Rogers.

Rogers also had a pair of doubles, scored twice and drove in two runs.

Jacksonville used the long ball for its first and third runs. Ryan Fisher sent a line drive over the 375-foot mark in the second inning, and Brady Shoemaker tied the score at 3-all in the bottom of the eighth when he drilled a fastball over the center-field wall, near the 420-foot sign. …

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