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Fredericktown’s Nash Cunningham pitches during the second inning of Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game against Centerburg. The Freddies won in five innings, 10-0.
Fredericktown’s Nash Cunningham pitches during the second inning of Tuesday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference game against Centerburg. The Freddies won in five innings, 10-0. (Photo by Bill Davis) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
April 24, 2013 10:09 am EDT

 

CENTERBURG — The Fredericktown Freddies played nearly perfect baseball Tuesday.

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Nash Cunningham struck out nine batters in a two-hit shutout and the Freddies committed no errors in their 10-0 run-rule victory over Mid-Buckeye Conference rival Centerburg. It was Fredericktown’s ninth straight victory.

Cunningham threw 63 pitches — 47 of which were strikes — and showed mastery on nearly every pitch.

“I just wanted to keep my fastball low and locate that well,” said Cunningham. “Change it up with a curve. Bring in a changeup, mix that in a little bit.”

 

 

 

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