Stars Lose 7-4 in Jackson

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A night after starting the second half of their season off with a win,
the Huntsville Stars lost to the Jackson Generals by a score of 7-4 on
Friday night at Pringles Park. The game was all tied up at 4-4 in the
sixth inning until Jackson designated hitter Joe Dunigan crushed a
2-run homerun off of Stars reliever Santo Manzanillo for the eventual
game-winning blow for the Generals. With the loss, Manzanillo fell to
0-4 on the year. Stars starting pitcher Evan Anundsen returned from
the disabled list with a no decision, giving up four runs and eleven
hits through 5.0 innings. On offense, the Stars got three hits from
designated hitter Scott Krieger and two hits apiece from catcher
Anderson De La Rosa and first baseman Hunter Morris.

Courtesy: Stars Media Relations

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