---- — The New Hampshire Fisher Cats got back-to-back homers from Brad Glenn and Kevin Nolan on the way to a 5-2 win at Richmond last night.
The homers helped take Kyle Drabek, making his first Fisher Cats start since 2010, off the hook. Drabek had allowed one run in four strong innings, striking out three.
Marcus Walden takes the mound tonight for the Fisher Cats as the series with the Flying Squirrels continues in Virginia.
New Hampshire returns home on Tuesday night, hosting the Bowie Baysox.
SPINNERS BATTLE, FALL
The Batavia Muckdogs held off a furious Lowell rally as the Spinners fell at LeLacheur Park, 8-6, before 5,027 last night.
Jose Colorado went 3 for 5, scoring twice, while Danny Bethea and Williams Jerez each had a pair of hits.
Lowell, now 25-19, hosts Batavia again tonight, this one beginning at 5 p.m.