FORT MYERS — The Charlotte Stone Crabs really needed Roberto Gomez to stop the bleeding on Thursday night.
Through their first six games — and, most notably, their five-game losing streak — starting pitching had been an issue. The rotation had given up an average of 4.33 runs per outing over its first six starts, and the team’s 7.04 ERA was the worst in the Florida State League.
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