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    Sea Dogs starter Sterling Sharp listens to his coaches before being taken out in the fourth inning Tuesday night at Hadlock Field. Sharp took the loss, allowing four runs and five hits in 3 2/3 innings. He walked two and struck out six.

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    Sea Dogs’ Alex Binelas high fives Nick Northcut as he scores on Izzy Wilson's double in the fifth inning.

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    Binghamton’s Wyatt Young, 3, celebrates after a three-run homer in the fourth inning.

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    Portland's Niko Kavadas tosses the ball to pitcher Dylan Spacke to retire Binghamton's Nic Gaddis in the sixth inning.

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    Sea Dogs fans brave some light rain during Tuesday's game against Binghamton.

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    Binghamton’s Brandon McIlwain runs home, but had to go back to second on a ground-rule double in the fifth inning.

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    Portland's Izzy Wilson tries to make a catch on a double by Binghamton's Jeremy Vasquez in the fourth inning.

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    Sea Dogs starter Sterling Sharp delivered a pitch against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.

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    Binghamton’s Ronny Mauricio throws the ball to first for a double play after getting Sea Dogs’ David Hamilton out at second.

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    Binghamton starter Jose Chacin got his fourth win of the season. He pitched seven innings and allowed one run and six hits. He struck out seven with no walks.

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