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Windom pitcher Andrew Hirsch (right) throws to first to retire Josh Wasmund (27) of Worthington during the Pirates' 5-0 win over the Cubs Sunday at Trojan Field. (ZACH HACKER/DAILY GLOBE)

Amateur baseball: Hirsch silences Worthington bats

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WORTHINGTON — For seven innings, it didn’t look like anyone was going to score when Worthington and Windom met on Sunday.

Cubs pitcher Adam Munkel and Andrew Hirsch of the Pirates were both dealing. They had combined to allow only five hits when the eighth inning began.

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That is when Windom separated itself.

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Zach Hacker
Zach is the Daily Globe sports reporter. He has previously been a sports editor at both the Waseca County News in Waseca, Minn., and The Emporia Gazette in Emporia, Kansas. He is originally from New Richland, Minn., and now lives in Worthington with his dog; a beagle-corgi mix named Homer. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family and friends, pontooning on St. Olaf Lake and watching professional and collegiate sports.
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