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Norfolk report: Tough times continue

No matter how poorly the 2006 campaign has gone for the Norfolk Tides, chances are that the on-field action won't get much worse than it did Monday against the Ottawa Lynx.

Holding a 4-3 lead going to the bottom of the eighth inning, Norfolk used three pitchers in a frame that saw the Lynx score 12 runs, sending 15 batters to the plate. The inning was a record-setter for both clubs, as the three Tides pitchers – Anderson Garcia, Royce Ring and Steve Schmoll – allowed Norfolk's most runs ever in one inning. The attack also set an Ottawa franchise record, helping...

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