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July 27, 2006 - Lancaster’s Scott Sobkowiak won, 6-1, at Newark in an independent Atlantic League game on Tuesday. Sobkowiak improved to 7-1 and has a 4.19 ERA. He scattered a run on five hits, struck out six and walked three in 8 2/3 innings.
The Barnstormers won the first-half title in the Atlantic League South and earned a trip to the playoffs.
Fargo-Moorhead right fielder Rich Austin was 1-for-3 on Tuesday as the RedHawks won, 8-3, at Kansas City in an independent Northern League game. The 2004 Frontier League Most Valuable Player is hitting .285 with 10 home runs and 46 RBI. The RedHawks won the first-half title in the West Division.
In other Northern League games, Calgary first baseman Aaron McEachran was 0-for-4 as the Vipers lost, 10-2, at Schaumburg and Joliet left fielder Jayson Drobiak was 0-for-4 as the Jackhammers lost, 10-5, to visiting Edmonton. McEachran is hitting .291 with six homers and 39 RBI. Drobiak is hitting .247 with nine home runs and 33 RBI.
Two former RiverHawks have caught on in the independent Golden League and their new teams met on Tuesday. Kevin Ciarrachi came out of retirement and signed with the San Diego Surf Dawgs, where he is now the primary catcher. First baseman Trevor Hall, released by Florence and Windy City earlier this year, is now with the GL’s Fullerton Flyers. San Diego won, 11-1, at Fullerton. Ciarrachi walked in a pinch-hitting appearance. Hall was 1-for-4 as the DH in his GL debut.
Ciarrachi is hitting .300 with two home runs and 11 RBI.
In the independent United League, Alexandria reliever Curt Borland got the decision as the Aces won, 9-4, at San Angelo. Borland gave up a run on two hits in two innings. Borland is 2-2 with a 6.39 ERA and three saves.


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