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Capahas win NBC World Series opener in 13th

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The Plaza Tire Capahas opened the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan. in dramatic fashion, beating the Kansas Alumni in 13 innings 5-4. 

The newest Capaha Chase Fieldhouse bunted past the pitcher to score Adam Blum from third for the game-winning run. Blum tripled in Brandon Bennett the play before to tie the game, after Kansas took the lead 4-3 in the top of the 13th. 

The Capahas got a solid pitching performance from Skylar Cobb to keep things close early. The Caps took the lead on a double-play ground out from Kenton Parmley to plate Fieldhouse. 

Kyle Marshall was stellar in relief as well for Plaza Tire, who stays in the winner's bracket and will play at 7 p.m. Sunday night.

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