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Yoshida makes it through first scoreless
August 10, 2011 - Robert Collias
Na Koa Ikaika Maui knuckleball female pitcher Eri Yoshida made it through the first inning scoreless, despite throwing 13 balls in 21 pitches. The Edmonton Capitals helped her out by getting caught stealing twice, once on a pickoff by Yoshida behind runner Todd Linden.
She walked two of the four batters she faced and was late to cover first on a possible double play ball to first baseman Stephen Pearson, who got the force out at second with runners on first and second on a ball hit by Linden.
Gered Mochizuki just tripled with one out and scored on Matt Kavanaugh's groundout, 1-0 Maui.
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