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Old 01-11-2020, 05:26 AM   #201
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Walkers news: August 2 -- St. Louis 4, Cedar Rapids 0

Record: 83-41, 1st, 9 GA Kansas City and Springfield
Jimmy Lambert tossed the first shutout of the season for St. Louis, going the distance with a two-hitter in a 4-0 win over Cedar Rapids at Shibe Park (1949).
Lambert took a no-hitter into the sixth inning before giving up a lead-off single to Sam Cohen.
He also allowed a pair of singles in the ninth -- to Cohen and Matt McLain -- but got out of the inning to keep his shutout in intact.
Overall, Lambert (8-9) allowed three hits over the nine innings. He struck out five and walked none.
The River Walkers got the game's first two runs in the second inning against Golden Grapplers starting pitcher Rick Atkinson.
Larry Ernesto led off with a single. He stole second and scored on a Jean Carmona single.
A sacrifice bunt from Johan Camargo moved Carmona to second.
Reese McGuire singled to plant Carmona at third, so that when Alek Thomas hit into a fielder's choice it was 2-0.
Carmona led off the fourth with a solo homer off Atkinson.
The score reached 4-0 in the seventh after Alek Thomas drew a lead-off walk from reliever Felipe Vazquez.

A bunt from Lambert moved him to second.
A passed ball planted him at third.
Andrew Benintendi's single made it 4-0.
Walkers second baseman Bo Bichette was forced to leave the game after being injured while running the bases.
The extent of his injury is unknown.
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Walkers news: August 3 -- St. Louis 10, Cedar Rapids 2

Record: 84-41, 1st, 9 GA Springfield
Alex Faedo limited Cedar Rapids to two runs over seven innings, he also drove in three runs with a bases-loaded double as St. Louis downed the Golden Grapplers 10-2 at Shibe Park (1949).
The win gave the River Walkers a sweep of their three-game series.
On the mound, Faedo (9-5) allowed the two runs on five hits. He struck out 10 and walked just one.
At the plate, Faedo's double off Cedar Rapids starter Ranger Suarez drove in the first three runs of a six-run top of the fourth as St. Louis turned a 1-1 tie into a 7-1 advantage.
Rhys Hoskins earned the inning's fourth RBI with a sacrifice fly..
Larry Ernesto made it 7-1 with a single which scored Alek Thomas.
John Curtiss and Tim Hill pitched a scoreless inning apiece to close out the win.
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Walkers news: Bichette could miss up to four weeks with strained groin

The St. Louis River Walkers have placed second baseman Bo Bichette on the injured list with a strained groined suffered while running the bases against Cedar Rapids on August 2.
Enjoying perhaps his best season in the majors, Bichette is expected to miss up to four weeks.
This season, in 98 games., he is batting .268 with 17 home runs and 47 RBIs.
Called up from AAA Memphis will be second baseman Mario Junior Gonzalez.
The 24-year-old did see some brief major league action while with Green Rapids in 2023, but this will be the first time he's played in the bigs with the River Walkers.

This season at AAA Memphis, Gonzalez has hit .305 with two homers and 21 RBIs in 36 games.
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Walkers news: August 5 -- Kansas City 8, St. Louis 0

Record: 64-42, 1st, 8 GA Springfield
Kyle Wright prevented St. Louis from scoring over the first 7.1 innings and Austin Hansen handled the rest, as the Pit Masters whitewashed the River Walkers 8-0 at Bush Stadium (1997).
Wright scattered four innings during his time on the mound. He struck out five and walked two.
After 1-2-3 first, Brault got his behind kicked in the second.
He allowed five of the first six Masters to reach base.
After Danny Cushing opened the inning with a walk and Jayson Gonzalez followed it with a single.
Yordan Alvarez drove in the game's first run with a sacrifice fly.
What followed was a walk to Marco Martinez.
An RBI double by Logan Tanner.
An RBI single from pitcher Kyle Wright.
And a sacrifice fly from Greg Jones.
The Pit Masters led 4-0.
An inning later, it was 6-0.
Martinez drove in both the runs with a double.
Wright worked the first 7.1 innings, allowing four hits. He struck out five and walked two.
Austin Hansen went the rest of the way, as he kept the Walkers off the scoreboard.
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Walkers news: August 6 -- Kansas City 3, St. Louis 0

Record: 64-43, 1st, 7 GA Springfield
Johnny Kuhn Jr. held St. Louis scoreless into the seventh inning and with the help of a pair of relievers Kansas City completed its second consecutive shutout of the River Walkers, posting a 3-0 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Kuhn (7-4), allowed just three hits while striking out four and walking a pair.
Trever Hildeneberger completed the seventh inning and also took care of the eighth.
Chaz Roe struck out two of three batters he faced in the ninth for his second save.
Walkers starter Aaron Civale was much better than he was in his first start since being landed in a deal just before the trade deadline -- he lasted just one inning in that one allowing six runs -- but it wasn't enough as his offense gave him no support.
The Pit Masters tallied a pair of runs in the fourth.
It all started with a two-out walk to Blaze Jordan, followed by a Danny Cushing single.
Jayson Gonzalez drove in the game's first run with a single.
Yordan Alvarez became the fourth consecutive Kansas City hitter to reach base when his single drove in Cushing.
The Masters added an insurance run in the top of the nitnh.
Cushing led off the inning and was hit by a Dan Jennings pitch.
A Jayson Gonzalez single moved Cushing to third.
Cushing scored on a John Curtiss wild pitch.
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Walkers news: August 8 -- Des Moines at St. Louis, ppd. by rain

The game between the Des Moines Harvesters and St. Louis River Walkers at Busch Stadium (1997) has been postponed by rain.
It will be made up as part of a doubleheader on August 9.
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Walkers news: August 9 -- St. Louis 2, Des Moines,Game 1

Record: 65-43, 1st, 6.5 GA Springfield
Carlos Vidal hit a solo homer off Des Moines relief pitcher Bryan Garcia with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to give St. Loiuis a 3-2 win in the opening game of a doubleheader at Busch Stadium (1997).
Des Moines had led 2-1 after 7.5 innings after Khalil Lee had singled with one out of River Walkers reliever Nick Lodolo, and following a pair of walks, scored on a Cody Bellinger sacrifice fly.
But St. Louis tied it in the next half inning.
Alek Thomas led off with a single off releiver Omar Benetiz.
A Jean Carmona bunt moved him to second.
Thomas scored on a two-out single from Larry Ernesto.
Garcia retired the first two batters in the bottom of the ninth, but the second pitch he threw to Vidal traveled 400 feet over the wall in left center to give the Walkers the win.
St. Louis starting pitcher Derek Gordon was impressive allowing one run on two hits over seven innings.
Nick Lodolo got the first two outs of the eighth inning before giving way to Danny Grigg.
It was Grigg (4-1) who went the rest of the way, retiring all four batters he face, to set himself up for his fourth win of the season.
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Walkers news: August 9 -- St. Louis 5, Des Moines 4

Record: 66-43, 1st, 7 GA Springfield
Marcos Junior Gonzalez scored on a wild pitch by relief pitcher Yelin Rodriguez with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift St.Louis to a 5-4 win over Des Moines in the second game of a double header at Busch Stadium (1997).
The victory gave the River Walkers a sweep of the doubleheader.
Down 4-2, St. Louis had tied it in the bottom of the seventh. Tanner Kohlhepp drew a lead-off walk from Harvesters relief pitcher Kellan Tuilo.
A wild pitch moved Kohlhepp to second.
Rhys Hoskins drove Kohlhepp home when he hit his second two-run homer of the game of Tuilo.
Earlier, Hoskins had hit a two-run homer in the third off Des Moines starting pitcher Sixto Sanchez.
It left Des Moines with a 3-2 lead.
St. Louis starting pitcher Jimmy Lambert allowing three runs on five hits over 4.2 innings.
Tim Hill finished the fifth inning.
He was folllowed by Luis Palomo (0.2 IP), Dan Jennings (1.1), John Curtiss (1.0) and Jake Brentz (1-0).

Brentz (6-0) pitched around a one-out single from Nander De Sedas in the top of the ninth, setting himself up for the win.
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Walkers news -- August 10 -- St. Louis 4, Des Moines 1

Record: 67-43, 1st, 8 GA Springfield
Alex Faedo allowed a run over 6.1 innings and the bullpen shut out Des Moines the rest of the way, as St. Louis downed the Harvesters 4-1 at Busch Stadium (1997).
The victory gave St. Louis a sweep of the three-game series.
Faedo allowed one run on four hits, while striking out seven and walking three, during his time on the mound.
He exited with runners at first and third and two outs in the seventh.
Reliever Tim Hill struck out Jarron Silva to end the threat.
Hill also recorded a scoreless eighth inning.
With the River Walkers lead having grown to 4-1 in the bottom of the eighth, thanks to a two-run homer from Tanner Kohlhepp, John Curtiss took care of the ninth without allowing a run for his first save.
Down 1-0, St. Louis took the lead in the fourth,
Rhys Hoskins opened the game with a lead-off homer off Des Moines starting pitcher Yonny Chirinos.
Later, Larry Ernesto doubled and scored on a two-out single from Reese McGuire.
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Walkers news: August 11 -- St. Louis 5, Springfield 4

Record: 68-43, 1st, 9 GA Springfield
Larry Ernesto hit a two-out, solo homer off Dinelson Lamet in the top of the eighth inning to help carry St. Louis to a 5-4 win over Springfield at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
An RBI single from Tanner Kohlhepp and a RBI off a sacrifice fly from Johan Camargo against Prairie Fighters starting pitcher Marcus Stroman in the third inning had put the River Walkers up 4-1.
But Springfield rallied to tie it against a struggling Steven Brault.
Wander Samuel Franco led off the bottom of the fifth with a single and scored on an Austin Hendrick double.
Nate Traylor hit a fly ball deep enough to move Hendricks to third.
Then on the first pitch to Victor Cartini, Hendrick stole home, one of the rarest plays in baseball.
An inning later, the Fighters tied it.
Andres Gimenez opened the inning with a single off reliever Nick Lodolo.
Gimenez stole second and advanced to third on catcher Jared Thomas' wild throw.
Hendrick drove in the tying run with a single.
Reliever Jake Brentz (7-0) handled the final two innings for St. Louis to earn the win.
Brault worked five innings, giving up three runs on nine hits. He also walked four.
Nick Lodolo handled the sixth and recorded the first out of the seventh.
Luis Palomo took care of the rest of the seventh inning.
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Walkers news: August 12 -- St. Louis 10, Springfield 2

Record: 69-43, 1st, 10 GA Springfield
Jean Carmona hit a two-run home run in the top of the fifth inning and the St. Louis' offense busted loose from there as the River Walkers rolled to a 10-2 win over Springfield at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
Carmona's two-out homer came off Prairie Fighters starting pitcher D.J. Jefferson and scored Tanner Kohlhepp, who had led off the inning with a single.
The Walkers added two runs in the sixth courtesy of a Jared Thomas' two-run homer off reliever Michael Santos.
They added three in the eighth.
Thomas driving in two of them with a double off Javier Assad.
And their final two in the ninth, as Thomas hit his second two-run double of the game.
Aaron Civale (1-1) turned in his best start since joining St. Louis allowing two runs on eight hits in six innings.
Dan Jennings, Tim Hill and Luis Palomo all worked an inning to end it.
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Walkers news: August 13 -- Springfield 7, St. Louis 6

Record: 68-44, 1st, 9 GA Springfield
At one time down 5-1, Springfield scored twice in the bottom of the ninth inning of St. Louis closer Edwin Diaz to squeak out a 7-6 win at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
Trailing 6-5, the Prairie Fighters put four batters on in a row after Diaz got Eugenio Suarez to fly out to open the bottom of the ninth.
Daniel Becerra got it started with a single, and Odubel Herrera followed with another single.
Pinch-hitter Franmil Reyes tied it with a double.
Andrew Gimenez then ended it with a single on a 1-1 pitch, bringing in Herrera with the winning run.
It was the third blown save of the season for Diaz.

Wander Samuel Franco played a big role in the Springfield comeback.
His two-run homer in the fifth inning of River Walkers starting pitcher Derek Gordon made it 6-3.
Franco's two-run homer in the eighth off Nick Lodolo sliced it to 6-5.
Dinelson Lamet (5-7) worked the final 1.2 innings to earn the win.
Fighters starting pitcher Keegan Thompson lasted just 2.1 innings, giving up five runs on eight hits.
He was followed to the mound by Javier Assad, who allowed the final St. Louis run while working 1.1 innings.
Sean Doolittle (2.1 IP), Dalbert Siri (0.1), Bryan Clark (0.2), Mark McConnell (0.1) and Ryan Schaller (0.0) all combined to get the game to Lamet.
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Walkers news: August 14 -- St. Louis 17, Springfield 0

Record: 69-44, 1st, 10 GA Springfield
The St Louis River Walkers clicked on all cylinders in a 17-0 rout of Springfield at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
On the mound, Jimmy Lambert pitched his second shutout in his last three games, scattering six hits over the nine inning while striking out one and walking one.
At the plate, the Walkers put up a season-high 17 runs on 19 hits with Johan Camargo and Carlos Vidal both hitting a pair of home runs.
St. Louis scored in seven of the nine innings and two runs or more in six of the ninth.
Its biggest innings came in the fifth and eighth, when it scored four.
The game actually was scoreless into the second, when St.Louis scored or the first time.
Camargo did the honors with a two-run homer off Prairie Fighters starter Jared Kelley.
An inning later, Vidal homered for the first time, his a solo shot also off Kelley.
The lead grew to 7-0 in the fifth.
Camargo open the inning with his second homer.
Rhys Hoskins collected the second RBI with a single.
Camargo finished with four RBIs.
Vidal and Larry Ernesto, who also homered, both drove in three.
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Walkers news: August 15 -- St. Louis 3, Ann Arbor 2

Record: 71-44, 1st, 10 GA Springfield
Down 1-0, St. Louis scored two runs in the top of the fourth and went on for a 3-2 win over Ann Arbor at Crosley Field (1958).
In that top of the fourth inning, Carlos Vidal drew a lead-off walk from Wolf Pack starting pitcher David Luethje and moved to second when Rhys Hoskins followed with a single.
Andrew Benintendi hit into a fielder's choice, moving Vidal to third.
Larry Ernesto sent Vidal scampering home with a sacrifice fly.
Tanner Kohlhepp then made it 2-1 with a single.
The St. Louis lead reached 3-1 in the seventh when Kohlhepp led off the inning against reliever Will Smith by reaching on an error by a center fielder Taylor Trammell.
He scored when Jared Thomas followed with a double.
St. Louis starter Alex Faedo (11-5) went seven innings, allowing two runs on just two hits. He struck out seven but walked five.

The Wolf Pack made it 3-2 in the seventh after Faedo walked Brett Phillips to leadoff the inning and he scored after an error by second baseman Johan Camargo.
But the River Walkers bullpen did their job.
Tim Hill recorded the first out of the eighth. Danny Grigg got the final two.
In the ninth, Jake Brentz went the Pack down in order for his 13th save.
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Walkers news: August 16 -- Ann Arbor 7, St. Louis 6

Record: 71-45, 1st, 10 GA Springfield
Down 6-5, Ann Arbor scored twice in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on for a 7-6 win over St. Louis at Crosle Field (1958).
Looking for left-handed pitcher Luis Palomo to retire just one batter before a series of right-handed hitters came to the plate didn't work.
Peter Alonso opened the inning with a single for the Wolf Pack.
Dan Jennings then took the mound and allowed a double to Aaron Bracho.
Jennings then struck out Brett Phillips before exiting in favor of John Curtiss.
Curtiss whiffed Will D. Smith for the second out.
But then he followed that with a balk with Dansby Swanson at the plate, allowed Peter Alonso to tie it.
Nick Lodolo took over and issued consecutive walks to Enrique Salcedo and Jamie Roof to load the bases.
Roof's free pass scored Bracho with what would be the game-winning run.
Ann Arbor starting pitcher Liam Henry worked five innings, allowing four runs on seven hits.
He was followed to the mound by Carlos Estevez (0.1), Colten Rendon (0.2), Jacob Rhame (1.0), Pablo Ochoa (1.0) and Joseph King (1.0).
Rendon (4-7) came out of it with his fourth win of the season.
King registered his 29th save.
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Walkers news: August 17 -- Ann Arbor 9, St. Louis 2

Record: 71-46, 1st, 9 GA Springfield
Ann Arbor exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to propel it to a 9-2 win over St. Louis at Crosley Field (1958).
The win gave the Wolf Pack victories in the final two games of the three-game series.
Tied 2-2, it all started quickly against River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Civale.
Taylor Trammell led off the inning with a single.
He stole second and on the next pitch Austin Hays hit a two-run homer.
A single by Peter Alonso ended Civale's outing, but didn't slow the Wolf Pack's outburst.
Dan Jennings entered for St. Louis and allowed a sacrifice bunt to Aaron Bracho.
Brett Phillips then drew a walk.
John Curtiss replaced Jennings and the veteran right-hander's recent struggles only got worse after he got Will D. Smith to fly out for the second out.
Dansby Swanson drove in a run with a single.
He then hit Enrique Salcedo with a pitch to load the bases.
Jamie Roof quickly unloaded them with a grand slam to make it 9-2.
Ann Arbor starting pitcher Trey Benton (8-6) worked six innings, allowing both St. Louis runs on four hits. He struck out six and walked none.
Jassel De La Cruz handled the seventh and eight innings as well as recording the first out of the ninth.
Carlos Estevez finished off the game for the Pack.
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Walkers news: August 18 -- Indianapolis 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 71-47, 1st, 8 GA Springfield
Joe McCarthy's three-run home run off St. Louis starting pitcher Derek Gordon in the top of the fifth inning wiped out a 1-0 deficit and helped carry Indianapolis to a 3-1 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Kole Cottam had led off the inning with a double but was thrown out at third on a sacrifice bunt attempt by pitcher Luke Weaver.
Royce Lewis, however, followed with a double which put runners at second and third.
McCarthy then smacked a 3-2 pitch 357 feet over the right-field wall to put the Racers in front 3-1.
It also ended the scoring for the day.
Weaver (6-2) worked five innings, allowing one run on three hits. He struck out five and walked none.
Joey Lucchesi took care of the sixth inning.
Patrick Corbin handled the seventh and eighth.
The ninth belonged to Jake Reed, who with a 1-2-3 inning earned his 24th save.
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