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Mustangs Overcome Largest Deficit of the Season to Prevent Sweep

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The Billings Mustangs entered Wednesday night sitting at 3-4 through the second half of the season. Having lost the first two games of the series to Idaho Falls, after one half of an inning it was already 5-0 Chukars, but a spectacular performance from Montrell Marshall, who had a career high 6 RBI allowed Billings to overcome the five run deficit, the largest overcome of the season for the Mustangs, and give his team the win 14-9.

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