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Old 04-04-2019, 05:10 AM   #41
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Walkers news: May 16 -- Cedar Rapids 3, St. Louis 2

Record: 17-20, 4th (three-way/tie), 6.5 GB Springfield
Dominic Smith connected on a two-out RBI double off Grant Dayton with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning to snap a 2-2 tie and help Cedar Rapids to a 3-2 win over St. Louis at Shibe Park (1939).
With the win, the Golden Grapplers took two of three games from the River Walkers.
Victor Robles got things going with a two-out single off Dayton.
Yoan Moncado then drew a walk, bringing Smith to the plate.
He smacked the first pitch he saw for a double into center field.
Dayton also left the game after Smith's at-bat. He's expected to be out at least five games with a sore back.
Cedar Rapids scored single runs in the third and sixth innings off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
A Nick Williams solo homer in the sixth made it 2-0.
But the River Walkers responded with single tallies in the seventh and eighth to tie it.

Andrew Benintendi hit a solo shot of the Grapplers' Taylor Bashlor to even it at 2.
Cedar Rapids starter Chris Archer went five scoreless innings. He allowed three hits while striking out six and walking one.
Thomas Hackmeier, Ben Bowden and Taylor Bashlor all worked an inning apiece.
Danny Grigg got the first out of the ninth. The other two were handled by Johnny Hellwig, who notched his second save.
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Walkers news: May 17 -- Kansas City 5, Sterling 3

Record: 17-21, 5th, 6.5 GB Springfield
Allen Cordoba led off with a single off St. Louiis starting pitcher Yu Darvish. He stole second, went to third on a sacrifice bunt by Mookie Betts and scored on a Joey Gallo sacrfice fly, as Kansas City took a 1-0 lead and would never trail in a 5-3 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Gallo hit a solo homer off Darvish in the third inning.
It's lead down to 2-1, the Pit Masters added two more runs in the fifth on a Brian Mundell homer, also off Darvish.
Kansas City added its final run in the seventh after Mookie Betts led off with a single off River Walkers relief pitcher Reyes Moronta. He stole second and moved onto third on a wild throw from catcher J.T. Realmuto.
Betts scored when St. Louis second baseman Bo Bichette made a wild throw to first on a ball hit by Willy Adames.
Kansas City starting pitcher Shelby Miller allowed one run on six hits over six innings. He struck out two and walked one.
Juan Minaya and David Berg kept the Walkers quiet in the seventh and eighth innings, respectively.
Drew Anderson recorded all three outs in the ninth for his first save.
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Walkers news: May 19 -- St. Louis 12, Kansas City 4

Record: 19-21, 3rd (Tied/w. Des Moines), 5.5 GB Springfield
Down 1-0, Tucker Barnhart hit a two-run homer off Kansas City starting pitcher Alex Wood in the bottom of the fifth inning to help propel St. Louis to a 12-4 win at Busch Stadium (1997).

With the win, the River Walkers took the final two games of the three-game series.
The Pit Masters had grabbed a 1-0 lead into the top of the fifth when Yasmani Grandal hit a solo homer off St. Louis starter Danny Duffy.
The St. Louis bats would bust loose after that two-run fifth.
Bo Bichette had an RBI single off Wood in the sixth, making it 3-1.
The Walkers would add four more in the seventh inning. Michael Conforto drove home two of them with a double.
St. Louis tacked on five more in the eighth, Rhys Hoskins with a grand slam off Danny Barnes.
Duffy worked six innings for St. Louis, allowing a pair of runson three hits. He struck out nine and walked one.
Jake Diekman, John Curtiss and Phil Maton all recorded three outs apiece to close it out.
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Walkers news: May 21 -- St. Louis 9, Quad City 8

Record: 20-21, 3rd, 4.5 GB Springfield
St. Louis fell behind 7-0 only to rally for a 9-8 win over Quad City at Busch Stadium (1997).
The Thunder pounded River Walkers starting pitcher Luiz Gohara for seven runs over the first five innings to build its lead.
Justin Turner had a three-run double to highlight a three-run second inning and Derek Fisher and Miguel Gomez had RBI singles in a two-run fifth.
St. Louis used the long ball to chip away at the deficit.
Michael Conforto led off the bottom of the sixth with a solo homer off Quad City starting pitcher Matt Ruppenthal. Adeiny Hechavarria added a two-run shot later in the inning, making it 7-3.
In the seventh, Andrew Benintendi smacked a grand slam off reliever Jesse Hahn, and it was tied.
The Thunder, however, retook the lead in the top of the eighth on a Drew Robinson homer off Grant Dayton.

The Walkers responded right back, with two in the bottom half.
Christian Arroyo with a pinch-hit RBI double off J.D. Hammer.

Ender Inciarte then chased him him with the winning run by hitting a single.
Gohara was not good, lasting just four innings and allowing seven runs on seven hits.
But the bullpen was impressive allowing just that eighth inning run.
Bobby Poyner pitched the fifth inning. Jake Diekman handled the sixth and seventh.
Dayton pitched the eighth, allowing the Robinson solo homer.
Tommy Kahnle worked around a single in the ninth for his sixth save.
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Walkers news: May 23 -- St. Louis 4, Quad City 2

Record: 22-21, 3rd, 3.5 GB Springfield
Down 2-1, St. Louis scored twice in the bottom of the sixth inning and added an insurance run in the eighth to defeat Quad City 4-2 at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the River Walkers moved a game above .500 (22-21) and completed a sweep of the three-game series.
It was a two-out single from Michael Conforto off reliever Hyun-Jin Ryu which got things going for St. Louis in the bottom of the sixth.
He scored when Bo Bichette followed with a double.
A Tucker Barnhart single plated Bichette with the tie-breaking run.
Conforto reached on an error by Thunder second baseman Orlando Arcia to lead off the eighth.
He scored on a two-out double by Adeiny Hechavarria.
Walkers starting pitcher Yu Darvish went six innings, allowing two runs on five hits. He struck out five and walked none.
It took six relievers to handle the final three innings.
Closer Tommy Kahnle was the only one to record more than two outs, with a perfect ninth for his seventh save.
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Walkers news: May 24 -- St. Louis 2, Springfield 0

Record: 23-21, 2nd (Tied/w. Cedar Rapids), 2.5 GB Springfield
Kyle Hendricks took a no-hitter into the sixth inning after Rhys Hoskins had hit a solo homer in the top of that inning to help give St. Louis a 2-0 win over Springfield at Olympic Stadium.
Hendricks did not allow a hit until a pinch-hit single by Michael Brantley with one out in the sixth.
Errors by Hoskins at first base and by second baseman Bo Bichette allowed the Prairie Fighters to load the bases with two outs.
But Hendricks struck out Trevor Lanarch to get out of the jam.
The River Walkers got their second run in the ninth after Bichette led off with a single off Matt Andriese. He stole second and scored on a two-out single from Trevor Barnhart.
John Curtiss relieved Hendricks after the sixth inning and pitched a scoreless seventh and recorded the first out of the eighth.
Jake Diekman finished off the eighth. The ninth belonged to Grant Dayton who recorded his first save without an incident.
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Walkers news: May 26 -- Springfield 5, St. Louis 4, 10 innings

Record: 24-22, 3rd, 2.5 GB Springfield
Chris Davis singled off St. Louis reliever Tommy Kahnle with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning to score Michael Brantley and give Springfield a 5-4 win at Olympic Stadium.
With the win, the Prairie Fighters took the final game of three-game series.
Brantley had reached with a one-out single off Kahnle. He moved to second when Russell Martin followed with another single.
Kahnle struck out Kevin Pillar for the second out, bringing Davis to the plate.
A wild pitch moved Brantley to third.

Three pitches later, Davis singled past second baseman Bo Bichette to drive in the game-winning run.
An RBI single from Christian Arroyo and a run-scoring fielder's choice from Bichette in the fourth inning off Josh Hader gave the River Walkers a 3-0 lead.
All of it disappeared in the bottom of the inning.
Russell Martin smoked a two-run homer off St. Louis starting pitcher Luiz Gohara.

Pillar followed with a double and scored when relier pitcher Matt Andriese coaxed a single to even it.
Brantley greeted relief pitcher Phil Maton with a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth, putting Springfield up 4-3.
However, the Walkers evened it in the top of the seventh on a solo shot from Andrew Benintendi off Anyelo Gomez.
Springfield starter Josh Hader lasted just three innings, giving up three runs on six hits.
Six relievers followed him to the mound, with the last of them Gerson Moreno earning the win after pitching scoreless ninth and 10th innings.
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Walkers news: May 28 -- Madison 7, St.Louis 5, Game 1

Record:24-23, 3rd, 3 GB Springfield
Tied 2-2, Kaleb Cowart scored on a throwing error by St. Louis catcher Tucker Barnhart to give Madison the lead for good in a 7-5 win at Comiskey Park (1969).
Cowart had reached on a one-out walk from River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola. A hit by pitcher of Wellington Castillo sent Cowart to second.
Cowart then attempted to steal third, and when Barnhart's throw found nothing but left field, the Muskies led 3-2.
A solo homer from Nick Senzel off Nola in the sixth made it 4-2.
Ender Inciarte answered with a solo blast off Madison reliever Daniel Hudson made it 4-3.
But Springfield tallied three times in the seventh -- Brandon Nimmo, Matt Olson and Francisco Lindor all with RBI hits off Grant Dayton -- to put the Fighters back ahead 7-3.
Muskies starter D.J. Mitchell lasted four innings, giving up two runs on four hits.
A parade of five relievers followed him to the mound. Zech Lemond did the most of the heavy lifting with shutout frames in the fifth and sixth to earn his second win of the season.
Kyle Barraclough got the first out of the ninth and Drew Steckenrider the final two. It was the first save of the season for Steckenrider.
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Walkers news: May 28 -- Madison 4, St. Louis 3, Game 2

Record: 24-24, 3rd, 3.5 GB Springfield
Brandon Nimmo led off the bottom of the fifth inning with a home run off St. Louis starting pitcher Yu Darvish to help give Madison a 4-3 win and give the Muskies a doubleheader sweep at Comiskey Park (1969).
Down 3-1, the River Walkers had tied it with a pair of runs in the top of the fourth after J.T. Realmuto led off the inning with a homer off Madison starter German Marquez. Adeiny Hechavarria had an RBI single later in the inning, scoring Joe Mundy, who had doubled.
Marquez worked five innings for the Muskies allowing three runs on six hits.
Daniel Hudson held the team he played for in 2020 scoreless over 2.2 innings.
Jared Miller recorded the final out of the eighth and kept St. Louis scoreless in the ninth for his second save.
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Walkers news: May 30 -- Madison 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 24-26, 4th, 3.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Francisco Lindor snapped a tie with a two-out single off St. Louis starting pitcher Danny Duffy in the bottom of the fourth inning, and Madison went on for a 2-1 win to complete a four-game sweep at Comiskey Park (1969).
Matt Olson had drawn a one-out walk from Duffy and moved to second on a wild pitch.
Lindor followed with a single past shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria to break a 1-1 tie.
A Bo Bichette single off Madison starting pitcher Keegan Thompson in the second inning, had given St. Louis a 1-0 lead.
The Muskies tied it in the bottom of the second inning after Olson led off with a double. A ground out moved him to third and another ground out, this one from Nick Senzel, chased him across the plate.
Thompson was impressive on the mound, allowing the one run on five hits in six innings. He struck out eight and walked none.
Zach Lemond, Kyle Barraclough and Craig Knebel all threw an innings apiece to close out the win.
Knebel earned his 11th save.
Duffy was strong for St. Louis, allowing just two runs on six hits in six innings.
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Walkers news: May 31 -- Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 4

Record: 24-27, 4th, 4.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Down 4-3, Milwaukee scored twice in the top of the sixth inning to help carry it to a 6-4 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
It all came down with two outs.
Clint Frazier singled with one out off River Walkers starting pitcher Luiz Gohara.
A walk to Kyle Seager followed by an Addison Russell single, which scored Walker.
A pinch-hit single from Juan-Antonio Gomez then loaded the bases.
Phil Maton came on in relief for Gohara, but Austin Hedges hit a single.
Seager scored but Russell was thrown out at the plate to end the inning.
The Keg Lifters added an insurance run in the eighth on a lead-off homer by Frazier off Bobby Poyner.
Greg Bird hit a pair of homers for the Lifters, a two-run shot in the first and a solo blast in the third, both off Gohara.
The Lifters pulled out all the stop sending eight pitchers to the mound.
Starter Sean Hellje handled the first 3.2 innings, allowing four runs on five hits, before leaving with an undisclosed injury.
Sean Wymer wrapped up the fourth and tossed a scoreless sixth to earn his first win of the season.
Arquimedes Caminero was the last of the Milwaukee pitchers to take the hill. He sent St. Louis down in order in the ninth for his 16th save.
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