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PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - After winning six straight games, the Portland Sea Dogs have dropped back-to-back games with a 14-10 loss to Trenton on Friday night.

The game was tied on three different occasions with five separate lead changes.

Sea Dogs starter Miguel Pena gave up 8 runs in 5 innings, 6 of those runs came courtesy of 3 home runs.

Aaron Kurcz took the blown save and loss with 3 runs allowed in 2/3 of an inning.

Eight of the nine Portland batters had at least one hit. Henry Ramos went 4-for-5 with with 2 runs driven in and 2 scored. Lead-off hitter Mookie Betts extended his on-base streak to 47 games.

Portland (12-6) will host the Thunder for game two of their three game series on Saturday.

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