Twins rough up BriSox

from staff reports
   It wasn't pretty, but the Elizabethton Twins took advantage of four errors and a late walk-a-thon to top the Bristol White Sox 14-3 Saturday night in a game that eclipsed the midnight deadline at O'Brien Field.
   Ryan Spataro, J.R. Taylor and Ron Perodin had two hits apiece for Elizabethton, while Dusty Goman drove in three runs on walks and a hit.
   Bristol scored two runs early on Angel Garcia in three long error-filled innings. Garcia tossed over 70 pitches in the three frames, coming out for Kevin Culpepper, who only gave up a home run in the sixth inning.
   Culpepper, the 9th-round pick out of Georgia Southern, wanted to come in and throw strikes for Elizabethton.
   "I tried to throw strikes and challenge the hitters," said Culpepper, who goes 2-0 for the season. "I think I did pretty well. I love it here. I get to play every day and there's nothing better."
   Melvin Perez had a two-hit game for Bristol, which went through five pitchers in the contest. Elizabethton racked up 12 hits on the game, also committing four errors on the defensive side.