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Stockton Notebook: Ports' Offense Cooking

The Stockton Ports' (36-34) first baseman Daric Barton and starting pitcher Trent Peterson gave their dads an outstanding performance for a Father's Day treat as they led the team to victory on Sunday afternoon, beating the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (28-41) 11-3 in front of a crowd of 3,562.

Peterson (4-6) recorded the victory on the Father's Day afternoon game, the Ports final home game of the first half. "I haven't called my dad to wish him a happy fathers day yet," starting pitcher Trent Peterson said after Sunday's game. "He'd much rather have me concentrate on the game and then call him. He knew I was starting today, so this was a nice little present for him." Peterson gave the... Recommended Stories

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