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Family affair: Riverdogs slip past Squirrels 4-3

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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Charleston Riverdogs' reliever Brinke Naile (right) holds up his glove to show the umpire that he has the ball after tagging out Charleston Fighting Squirrels' runner Connor Scott at the plate to end the game on Monday night. The Riverdogs held off a late rally by the Squirrels to win 4-3 at Hillhouse Park in Charleston.
(Photo by Josh Mills, Staff)
Game pitted brother against brother and father against son

CHARLESTON -- With the bases loaded and the Riverdogs being threatened by the younger Charleston Squirrels team, Riverdog pitcher Brink Naile saw one of his pitches scoot away from catcher Taylor White. That prompted a try at home from Conner Scott who was standing on third for the Squirrels.

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