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Published on Apr 21, 2011
Mark Cohoon put a bow on the B-Mets first homestand of the season with an eleven-strikeout performance in a 5-3 win over the Portland Sea Dogs at NYSEG Stadium.
The left-hander started things off with a perfect first and was the recipient of solid run support in the bottom half of the frame. The B-Mets offense lit up Sea Dogs starter Alex Wilson for four runs on five hits. Both first-inning tallies set team season-highs for 2011.
Josh Satin and Eric Campbell picked up back-to-back singles and were quickly brought home as Brahiam Maldonado crushed his fourth home run of the season over the right-centerfield wall.
Cohoon cruised through the second before hitting a speed bump in the third. A hard-hit double to left field by Ryan Dent snapped a streak of six straight strikeouts for the B-Mets starter.
Owning a three-run lead, Cohoon was in control on the hill to close out another strong start. He struck out two more in the fourth, worked out of a jam in the fifth, faced the minimum in the sixth, and turned in a perfect seventh. The southpaw capped off his night by striking out Will Middlebrooks and Oscar Tejeda to end the seventh.