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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Ghost Visits Lowell but Spinners Win Anyway

Mr. Wilson

Lowell starter Ryan Phillips

The Spinners and Brooklyn Cyclones (Mets) put their best on the line Monday night - the result was, for a while anyway, a pitching duel until the late innings. Lowell starter Ryan Phillips (5-1, 1.85 ERA in 9 starts, allowing only 1 HR in 43 innings with 38Ks) was almost completely lights out in 6-innings picking up the win in the 8-1 victory. Watch this kid folks.

There was, however, a ghostly presence about Edward A. LeLacheur Park - that of the Cyclones manager Mookie Wilson - standing on the top step of the dugout or patrolling at the third base coaching box.

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