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The Harvard baseball team dropped it's home-conference-opener, 3-1, to Cornell on Saturday afternoon. A two-run fourth inning proved to be the difference for the Big Red.
Sam Dodge (0-6) was on the wrong end of the loss for the Crimson on the mound.
Harvard won the second game, 10-7, thanks to a seven-run bottom of the seventh. Junior Baron Davis earned the win after coming in in relief.
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