published Monday, July 15th, 2013

Chattanooga Lookouts edge Mississippi Braves in 12 innings

The Chattanooga Lookouts used seven pitchers, including five who have been in the rotation, to finally top Mississippi 3-2 in 12 innings on Sunday after opening the series with four straight defeats.

The Lookouts (11-13) loaded the bases in the top of the 12th inning on a J.T. Wise walk and with singles by Rafael Ynoa and Miguel Rojas before Wise scored on an Ozzie Martinez fielder's choice.

The game had been tied at 2-2 since the seventh inning, when former Lookout Jaime Pedroza singled to right to score Edward Salcido.

The Lookouts are off due to Southern League all-star festivities until Thursday night, when they will open a five-game series at Birmingham.

The Lookouts and Barons will set their rotations later in the week.

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