'Nadoes, Junior escape with win; Worcester ends first half tonight.


Byline: Mike Fitzpatrick

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - The Worcester Tornadoes escaped two bases-loaded jams and escaped last night's game against the Atlantic City Surf with a 6-4 win in front of 4,518 fans at Bernie Robbins Stadium.

The Tornadoes lead the four-game series, 2-1, with tonight's game (7 p.m., WTAG-AM 580) ending the first half of the Can-Am League season for both teams.

Worcester kick-started the game with a two-out rally in the top of the third. The Tornadoes pounded out four straight hits to score two runs.

Dominic Ramos led Worcester with a 2-for-4 effort, including a home run, double, three RBIs and two runs.

Junior Guerrero pitched five innings for the Tornadoes, allowing six hits and two runs to improve to 4-1.

John Birtwell got the last five outs to record his fifth save of the season. He took over for Eddie...

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