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Old 02-26-2019, 04:29 AM   #81
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Walkers news: June 13 -- Cedar Rapids 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 35-26, 2nd, 5 GB Des Moines
Starting pitcher Chris Archer pitched into the seventh inning and Matt Duffy drove in both of his team's run as Cedar Rapids defeated St. Louis 2-1 at Busch Stadium.
Duffy put the Golden Grapplers up top in the top of the second inning wiht a solo homer off River Walkers starting pitcher Luis Gohara.
He later made it 2-0 in the sixth inning with an RBI single, also off Gohara.

His hit scored Trevor Story had singled with two outs, and moved to second on an Eduardo Escobar single.
St. Louis did get a run off Archer in the bottom of the sixth on a solo homer from Rhys Hoskins.
For the game, Archer (7-2) allowed the one run on three hits in 6.1 innings. He struck out four and walked one.
Tyler Bashlor got the final two outs of the seventh for Cedar Rapids.
Ryan Pressley tossed a scoreless eighth and Danny Grigg handled the ninth for his 17th save.
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Walkers news: June 14 -- St. Louis 3, Cedar Rapids 2

Record: 36-26, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Tucker Barnhart snapped a 2-2 tie with a solo home run off Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner and St. Louis held on for a 3-2 win at Busch Stadium.
With the win, St. Louis took two of three games in their series with the Golden Grapplers.
St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola had a strong outing, allowing two runs on five hits over six innings. He struck out 10 and walked two.
Four Walkers came out of the 'pen -- Grant Dayton (1.2 IP), Reyes Moronta (0.1), Jake Diekman (0.0) and Daniel Hudson (1.0) -- to seal the win.

Hudson earned his fourth save.
Bumgarner was solid as well. He pitched six innings, allowing three runs on six hits.
Cedar Rapids took a 2-0 lead when it scored both of its runs off Nola in the third inning.
Victor Robles and Yoan Moncada both had RBI singles.
The Walkers tied it in the bottom half of that inning.
Albert Almora and Andrew Benintendi both had run-scoring singles off Bumgarner.
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Walkers news: June 17 -- St. Louis 3, Quad City 2

Record:39-26, 2nd, 2 GB Des Moines
Nicky Delmonico's two-out single off Mike Fiers scored Michael Conforto with what was the game-winning run in the 10th inning as St. Louis completed a three-game sweep of Quad City at Fenway Park.
With the sweep, St. Louis drew within two games of first-place Des Moines heading into a four-game series against the Harvesters in Des Moines.
Fiers retired the first two batters in the 10th but trouble started with a two-out walk to Conforto.

A wild pitch moved Conforto to second, and led to an intentional walk to the red-hot Rhys Hoskins.
Delmonico followed with what proved to be the game-winning hit.
Keone Kela retired the Thunder in the ninth inning to complete his second 1-2-3 inning and earn his first win of the season.
Kela, who has struggled mightily with injuries since August of last season, has looked strong in his last three outings since returning from the disabled list pitching allowing no runs and just one hit.
The River Walkers got their first two runs in the top of the second when Delmonico connected for a two-run homer off Quad City starter Hector Perez.
Quad City tied it in the fourth against Walkers starter Trevor Bauer. Perez, the pitcher, chased home both the runs with a bases-loaded single.
Bauer wasn't great but did well enough, going five innings giving up two runs on five hits.
He was followed to the mound by four relievers -- Phil Maton (1.0 IP), Reyes Moronto (1.2), Josh Lindgren (0.1) and Kela -- as Quad City didn't get on the scoreboard again.
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Walkers news: June 18 -- Des Moines 5, St. Louis 0

Record: 39-27, 2nd, 3 GB Des Moines
Austin Hays hit two of Des Moines' three home runs and Max Fried and a pair of relievers combined on a three-hit shutout as the Harvesters downed St. Louis 5-0 in the opener of a four-game series between the top two teams in the National League West at LaBlatt Stadium.
Hays hit the first of his two homers in the bottom of the first, a two-run blast which happened to mark the end of River Walkers starting pitcher Luis Gohara's day.
Gohara departed after the at-bat with neck stiffness. He is reported to be out for four days, and should be able to make his next start.
Hays struck again in the bottom of the eighth, with a solo shot off St. Louis reliever Jacob Lindgren for the game's final run.
In between, Chris Taylor had cranked his first homer of the season, a two-run job off Daniel Hudson in the seventh inning.
Fried went 5.1 innings to earn his fifth win of the season. He scattered all three of St. Louis hits while striking out seven and walking two.
Juan Jamie finished the sixth inning and posted a scoreless seventh.
The final two belonged to Matt Festa, who only allowed one baserunner via walk.
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Walkers news: June 19 -- Des Moines 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 39-28, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Jose Berrias and a trio of relievers combined to limit St. Louis to a single run and Des Moines took its second straight game from the River Walkers at LaBlatt Stadium.
Berrias tossed six shutout innings, allowing just four hits while striking out five and walking none.
Bryan Garcia handled the seventh inning for the Harvesters, who by than led 3-0.
But Leo Vazquez and Jandel Gustave handled the eighth and ninth innings, respectively, without an issue.
For Gustave, he earned his 18th save.
Des Moines scored single runs in the opening two innings off River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
Rafael Devers did the honors in the first inning, his single driving in Billy McKinney who had doubled with one out.
A.J. Pollack led off the second with a triple and scored on a Reese McGuire ground out.

Chris Taylor had an RBI single off Nola in the sixth. He drove in Cody Bellinger, who had opened the inning with a single.
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Walkers news: June 20 -- St. Louis 5, Des Moines 4

Record: 40-28, 2nd, 3 GB Des Moines
Albert Armola hit a solo homer off Des Moines reliever Leo Vazquez with two outs in the top of the eighth inning to snap a tie and give St. Louis a 5-4 win over Des Moines at LaBlatt Park.
St. Louis came out swinging, scoring three runs off Des Moines starter in the top of the first inning -- Tucker Barnhart drove in two runs with a double off Harvesters starting Marcus Stroman, Ji-hwan Chung plated the other with another double -- but Des Moines came back to even it.
The Harvesters scored twice in the second -- and then after a run-scoring fly ball by Rhys Hoskins made it 4-2 in the fourth -- Rafael Devers hit a two-run homer off Duffy in the fourth to tie it.
It remained there until Almora went deep in the eighth.
Duffy went 4.1 innings, allowing four runs on seven hits, before being chased.
However, the five relievers who followed him to the mound -- Grant Dayton (1.2 IP), Reyes Moronta (1.0), Keone Kela (1.0), Jake Diekman (0.1) and Daniel Hudson (0.2) -- didn't allow a run the rest of the way.
Moronta (2-2) collected his second win of the season. The save was Hudson's fifth.
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Walkers news: June 21 -- Des Moines 6, St. Louis 0

Record: 40-29, 2nd, 5 GB Des Moines
Austin Hayes had his second two home-run game of the series and Dallas Keuchel and a pair of relievers combined on Des Moines' second shutout of the series as the Harvesters defeated St. Louis 6-0 at LaBlatt Park to take three of four games in a series between the top two teams in the National League South Division.
Hayes struck for the first time when he led off the bottom of the second inning with a solo homer off St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks.
The second homer from Hayes was a dagger, a three-run shot off Hendricks in the fifth inning that made it 5-0.

Keuchel was impressive, with 7.1 shutout innings during which he allowed five hits while striking out five and walking three.

Rory Stevens got the final two outs of the eighth inning.
The ninth belonged to Matt Festa, who gave up a pair of hits but not a run as the Harvesters closed out their victory.
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Walkers news: June 2 -- St. Louis 8, Kansas City 2

Record: 42-29, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Aaron Nola allowed one run over seven innings and Rhys Hoskins homered twice to power St. Louis to an 8-2 win over Kansas City at Busch Stadium,
With the win, the River Walkers swept the two-game series with the Pit Masters.
Down 1-0, St. Louis grabbed the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning and Nola did the job himself with a two-run double off Masters starting pitcher Jameson Taillon.
That lead grew to 4-1 an inning later, when Hoskins hoisted the first of his two long balls in the game with a two-run shot off Taillon.
Hoskins second homer came two innings later, driving in the first two runs of a four-run bottom of the eighth.
Doubles from Andrew Benintendi and Adeiny Hechavaria plated the inning's other two runs.
Outside a single run in the second inning, Nola impressed allowing six hits while striking out nine and walking none.
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Walkers news: July 25 -- Chicago 10, St. Louis 8

Record: 42-30, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Acquired from St. Louis in the offseason, outfielder Jabari Blash made the River Walkers pay with a pair of home run including a two-run shot off Daniel Hudson in the bottom of the eighth inning that helped give Chicago an 10-8 win at Wrigley Field (1979).
Blash's first homer had come in the third inning, a solo blast off St. Louis starter Danny Duffy which made it 5-3.

Josh Donaldson had preceded Blash's at-bat with a two-run homer.
In the trade where Chicago landed Blash, along with third base prospect J.D. Davis, it had sent Duffy to the River Walkers.
St. Louis watched a 5-0 evaporate as Duffy had all kinds of problems.
He could not get out of the fifth inning, having allowed six runs on nine hits in 4.2 innings.
Chicago led 6-5 when he departed.
A Victor Caratini two-run single off Keone Kela with two outs in the sixth later put the G-Men ahead 8-6 after the Walkers had tied it.
Nicky Delmonico's two-run homer off Joe Kelly in the top of the seventh, tied it again.
But that only lasted until the bottom of the eighth, when Blash took Hudson deep.
A tiring Michael Feliz issued St. Louis a pair of walks in the top of the ninth, but didn't allow anyone to score as he earned his fifth win of the season.
Chicago needed eight pitchers to get through the game. St. Louis sent six hurlers out to the mound.
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Walkers news: June 27 -- St. Louis 19, Chicago 5

Record: 44-30, 2nd, 2 GB Des Moines
Jung-hwan Chung homered twice and drove in seven runs as St. Louis routed Chicago 19-6 at Wrigley Field (1979).
The lopsided win was the second in a row of the River Walkers, who took the second game of their series 10-1.
St. Louis jumped on the G-Men for four runs in the top of the second, with Chung providing the big hit a three-run homer off starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani.
His second homer came much later in the game, by which time St. Louis had the game well in-hand, his grand slam proving the Walkers' final four runs of the game.
St. Louis starter Kyle Hendrick posted a strong outing allowing one run on six hits over six innings. He struck out five and walked one.
The Walkers bullpen didn't have its best day -- especially Bobby Poyner and Kelone Kela who combined to allow five innings in just 1.1 innings -- but it didn't really matter in game where their team scored 14 runs between the sixth and eighth innings.
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Walkers news: July 28 -- Chicago 9, St. Louis 6

Record: 44-31, 2nd, 3 GB Des Moines
Chicago made it a rough day for St. Louis starting pitcher Trevor Bauer, scoring seven runs off him in five innings, which helped the G-Men post a 9-6 win at Wrigley Field (1979).
With the victory, Chicago, despite being outscored 29-7, came out of the four-game series with a split.

Tied at 3, Chicago took the lead for good in the bottom of the third, when Joc Pederson led off the inning with a solo homer off Bauer.
Two batters later, Jabari Blash put a ball over the wall, making it 5-3 and Chicago was ahead for good.
Chris Owings ended Bauer's outing in the bottom of the fifth with a two-run, two-out double, putting Chicago in front 7-3.
The River Walkers would pull to withing 7-5, but Pederson hit his second long ball of the game, this one off Bobby Poyner, to push the advantage to 8-5.

Asdrubal Cabrera victimized Poyner for a solo shot in the eighth, upping it to 9-5.
The G-Men got a decent outing from starting pitcher Sonny Gray, who gave up three runs in five innings in a weekend where both teams gave up plenty of runs.
Joe Kelly did some heavy duty to close out the win, pitching 3.1 innings during which he allowed one run on three hits.
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Walkers news: June 30 -- St. Louis 9. Rockford 6

Record: 45-31, 2nd, 2.5 GB Des Moines
Aaron Nola took a no-hitter into the ninth inning before allowing a lead-off home run to pinch-hitter Roger Berndina and St. Louis went on for a 9-6 win over Rockford at Busch Stadium (1997).
Over the opening eight innings, Nola struck out six, walked one and hit a batter before Berndina took him deep.
After the home run, Nola struck out Armed Rosario before Willi Castro singled ending his day.
The Lightning would add five more runs before it was over -- Todd Frazier hit a grand slam and Taylor Lindsay a solo shot as Rockford went back-to-back against Josh Lindgren and Grant Dayton -- but it didn't really matter as the River Walkers went into the inning up 9-0.
St. Louis broke the game open early with four runs in each of the first two innings.
Ender Inciarte led off the bottom of the first with a solo homer off Rockford starter Michael Wacha.

Andrew Benintendi drove in a run later in the inning with a double. Ji-hwan Chung collected an RBI with a sacrifice fly.
The second inning saw Andrew Benintendi drive in two with a homer.
Michael Conforto drove in one with a single while a double earned an RBI for Rhys Hoskins.
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Walkers news: June 31 -- Rockford 1, St. Louis 0

Record: 45-32, 2nd, 3.5 GB Des Moines
Rockford's Adelberto Meija pitched six shutout innings and three relievers combined to finish the job, as the Lightning won 1-0 over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
Meija allowed three hits during his time on the mound. He struck out two and walked four.
Daniel Robertson, Will Smith and Jimmie Shefry all went an inning apiece to complete the shutout. Sherfy earned his 10th save.
The game's only run came in the top of the second inning when Yonder Alonso cranked a 2-2 pitch from River Walkers starting pitcher Danny Duffy 407-feet into the batter's eye in center field.
Other than that, Duffy may have been better than Meija allowing just the one run in seven innings. He gave up four hits while striking out nine and walking no one.
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