After spotting the visiting New Orleans Zephyrs a single run in their first at-bats Monday afternoon, the Albuquerque Isotopes retaliated with four scores in the bottom half of the frame.
Then the Isotope defense clamped down, allowing no more scoring as the home club jetted to an 11-1 romp before an announced matinee-Monday crowd of 5,503 at The Lab.
It was a pretty good day for the Topes, who also scored away from the field, adding catcher Tim Federowicz and pitcher Juan Abreu after assignment from the parent L.A. Dodgers.
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