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Dakota Mekkes relieved Diaz and struck out Nick Zammarelli before Kristian Brito grounded out on a play that scored Walton to get the AquaSox within 3-1.
In a study of the long-term effects of one course of treatment with infliximab in 10 patients with severe, recalcitrant HS, Mekkes and Bos (9) found that all patients improved within 2 to 6 weeks on both an acne score and the DLQI.
Kozel MM, Mekkes JR, Bossuyt PM, Bos JD: Natural course of physical and chronic urticaria and angioedema in 220 patients.
Mekkes, made me especially aware of the closed, autonomous world and life view that was and is still present in the positivistic, so-called value-free mainstream of economics, which, especially under the weight of the mainly neo-Kantian dichotomy between facts and values, fails to appreciate the unpriced parts of economic reality, such as the social fabric in which people choose and act and the natural environment in which they live.
Hillsboro tied the game in the bottom of the eighth when reliever Dakota Mekkes walked Lowery and he went to third on a single by Alexis Olmeda.
Lecluse LL, Piskin G, Mekkes JR, Bos JD, de Rie MA: Review and expert opinion on prevention and treatment of infliximab-related infusion reactions.
Dakota Mekkes threw two hitless innings before Michael Rucker pitched the final two innings.
Dakota Mekkes pitched two innings before Michael Knighton allowed a run in the ninth inning as Boise snapped a 19-inning scoreless streak dating back to Wednesday.
Reliever Dakota Mekkes threw two scoreless innings before Michael Knighton allowed a run in the eighth inning when Blaine Prescott tripled and scored on a single by Charles Leblanc.
Tyler Peitzmeier and Dakota Mekkes combined to hold Boise to one run over the final six innings, including four shutout innings by Peitzmeier when he allowed one hit and struck out four.
Chicago took catcher Michael Cruz of Bethune-Cookman in the seventh round and then took three more pitchers - Stephen Ridings of Haverford College in the eighth round, Duncan Robinson of Dartmouth in the ninth, and Dakota Mekkes of Michigan State in the 10th.