Rocks win third straight behind Stumpf's pitching
By Don Voltz

Updated Monday, May 5, 2014 - 7:25am

After losing the first game of the series against Carolina on Thursday, the Blue Rocks came back to win the final three games, including Sunday's series finale, 2-1.

Daniel Stumpf had his best outing of the year, turning in six and two-third innings of one run baseball, giving up just four hits and striking out seven.

The pitching was good on both sides, with each team getting eight hits.

The Blue Rocks scored both of their runs in the 7th on an infield single with the bases loaded...the second run coming home on a throwing error.

The Blue Rocks continue to get good hitting from third baseman Hunter Dozier, who has reached base safely in 13 straight games, hitting .386 during that stretch.

The Blue Rocks seven game road trip continues tonight in Salem against the Red Sox.

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