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Brian Sweeney almost perfect; Mike Thompson too

Brian Sweeney had a perfect game heading into the seventh. Tim Stauffer pitched in the All-Star Futures Game. Mike Thompson had a three hitter through seven. Jon Huber held the opposition off the board through six. Fort Wayne was postponed. Danny De La O picked off two runners. Benjamin Krosschell threw five innings of shutout ball. The only team that lost was Eugene as De La O ended up surrendering five runs.

Portland right-hander Tim Stauffer pitched the second inning for the U.S. team in Sunday's All-Star Futures Game at Minute Maid Park in Houston Sunday afternoon, striking out a pair. Portland won 8-1 Brian Sweeney had a perfect game through six and a third. Then he walked a batter. That was followed by another walk and then the only hit he would give up on the day, a single that scored a run... Recommended Stories

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