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Boomers close season with win

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Special to the Daily Herald

WASHINGTON, Pa. -- The Schaumburg Boomers capped the first season in franchise history by rallying from a 4-0 deficit to post a 6-4 victory over the Washington Wild Things for the 54th win of the season.

Shain Stoner connected on a 3-run homer in the first to help Washington to a 4-0 lead against starter Robby Donovan. Donovan, who opened the season with a victory May 18, threw 5 innings to earn his 11th win of the season.

The rally began in the second with 3 runs. Nate Baumann posted the third of three straight hits, a double to right.

Ty Nelson drove home a run with a groundout, and Drew Heithoff singled home a run with two outs.

Karexon Sanchez completed the comeback in the third with a 2-run homer.

Patrick Mincey, the fifth pitcher of the game, saved his 17th of the year with a perfect ninth, capping the season with a strikeout.

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