Robles, Sanchez lift Syracuse over Columbus 8-3
6 monthes ago - By Saint Louis Today
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Victor Robles doubled and singled three times, scoring two runs as the Syracuse Chiefs beat the Columbus Clippers 8-3 on Saturday.
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