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4th-inning frenzy powers RedHawks past Cleburne

Peter Maris drove in three runs to lead F-M.

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CLEBURNE, Texas — Fargo-Moorhead plated six runs in the fourth inning to fuel an 8-6 victory over Cleburne on Saturday in American Association baseball at The Depot at Cleburne Station.

The RedHawks trailed 3-1 entering the top of the fourth. Sam Dexter was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to give F-M its first run of the inning. Darian Sandford grounded into a fielder's choice to score Christian Correa and Nick Novak singled home Jacob Bockelie. Peter Maris put a cap on the rally with a three-run home run, his third this season, to put the RedHawks up 7-3.

John Silviano had a hit and scored two runs for F-M. Sam Dexter had one hit and an RBI.

Brady Stover picked up the win on the mound, tossing two relief innings and giving up one run on one hit and two walks and a strikeout. Alex DuBord tallied his third save this season, striking out three in the bottom of the ninth.

The RedHawks (5-3) and Railroaders (2-6) are scheduled to play the series finale at 6 p.m. Sunday.

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