PORTLAND – Portland displayed good pitching and timely hitting as the Sea Dogs earned a 10-5 triumph over New Hamsphire in Double-A baseball action Saturday afternoon at Hadlock Field.

Portland pitcher Charlie Zink, hurled six scoreless innings on three hits, two walks and five strikeouts to notch his 15th career win. Cory Keylor paced Portland’s 11-hit attack, going 3-for-5 with his first home run and a career-high five RBIs. The Fisher Cats (11-7) rallied back in the eighth inning behind a two-run single from Aaron Matthews and a three-run home run from David Smith. Mike James relieved Bryce Cox, and recorded the final five outs to notch his second save of the season for the Sea Dogs (8-7).

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