Fisher Cats get yet another shutout

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Cullen Large in 2018 (promotional photo)

TRENTON, N.J. – For the third time in the past week, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats have won a 1-0 game, this time against the Trenton Thunder.

The game’s only run came off a Cullen Large double, bringing Alberto Mineo across the plate in the seventh.

Christian Williams also contributed an extra-base hit, finishing the day 2-for-4.

On the mound, New Hampshire held a combined no-hitter through four innings, with Zach Logue’s return from injury limiting him to just a two inning start.

Joey Murray would grab the next 17 outs for New Hampshire, scattering six hits and a walk while striking out six on the way to what is now a 2-2 record.

Dany Jimenez pitched the ninth for his sixth save of the year.

Greg Weissert was the loser for Trenton, falling to 1-1.

The two teams meet again on Tuesday at 7 p.m., with Yennsy Diaz (9-8, 4.00 ERA) taking the hill for New Hampshire against Rony Garcia (3-11, 4.88 ERA).

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