The following is from Raysindex.com:
Scranton/WB 8, Durham 7 (Scranton leads 1-0). Scott Dohmann blew a 1-run lead in the bottom of the 9th, allowing the winning run on a 2-out single...David Price worked 6 innings, but left trailing 4-2. He gave up 3 runs in the first inning, with the big blow being a 2-run home run. Price cruised through the middle innings before giving up one more run in the 6th. He was pulled after 6, striking out 9 and walking just 1...Elliot Johnson drove in 2 with a double in the 3rd...The Bulls rallied to take the lead with 5 in the 7th. Rashad Eldridge who was added just prior to the game, drove home 2 in the inning with a double.
Now here is the actual summary from the game:
Juan Miranda led off the ninth with a grounder down the first-base line that Chris Richard struggled with before picking up and throwing wildly to the covering Dohmann. The errant throw allowed Miranda to take second before Basak came on as a pinch-runner. That brought up Battle in the spot that normally would have been filled by Shelley Duncan, the same player who smacked the walk-off homer in Sunday's victory over Pawtucket.
After Ben Broussard walked and Matt Carson hit into a fielder's choice -- Durham shortstop Jorge Velandia had trouble with the ball and should have turned a double play -- Duncan lined one to right that hit just in front of Jon Weber. Duncan rounded first and received the obligatory mugging from his teammates but afterward deflected all the praise.
I guess it was just quicker and easier to blame it on Scott.