Mark Cohoon couldn’t catch a break.
First, his scheduled start was delayed a day by rain. Then it was pushed back an additional 20 minutes Sunday afternoon. And after being handed a one−run lead, he had to stop again after a 25−minute rain delay.
When he returned, the southpaw yielded consecutive home runs to Neil Medchill and Kelvin Castro.
“Anytime you get cold and have to get warm again, it’s tough to be in the game,” he said.
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