Dr. Stewart’s had every reason to throw in the towel in the second game against Grants Pass Friday night after suffering a disappointing loss in eight innings in the opener. The Docs had battled back four times from deficits to tie the contest in the first game, only to lose it 10-9 on a fielding error with two outs and the bases loaded in the top of the eighth at Bill Gray Stadium at Legion Field. It appeared Dr. Stewart’s was headed toward getting swept by the Nuggets on its home field, trailing 2-0 and held hitless entering the bottom …
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