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Old 07-11-2019, 04:54 AM   #21
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Walkers news: April 16 -- Des Moines 6, St. Louis 3, Game 1

Record: 3-2, 2nd (Tied/w. Des Moines), 0.5 GB Quad City
Tied 3-3, Des Moines scored three times off the St. Louis bullpen in the bottom of the eighth inning to send it to a 6-3 win in the opening game of a doubleheader at Labatt Park (Montreal).
Acquired in the offseason to stablized the left-side of the River Walkers bullpen, Jake Brentz was not good in that eighth.
Rafael Devers snapped the tie by leading off the inning with a solo homer.
He didn't get the next two batters out either, as Cody Bellinger followed with a double and a single by John Lehto put runners at second and third.
Brentz did strike out Billy McKinney for the first out.
But Carson Kelly followed with a two-run double to put the Harvesters up 6-3.
The River Walkers put up a three-spot against Des Moines starting pitcher Rory Stevens in the top of the first.
Four of the first five St. Louis batters collected hit -- including RBI singles from Andrew Benintendi and Nicky Delmonico -- a two-out double from Jared Thomas later made it 3-0.
But the Harvesters began to peck away in the bottom of the first against Walkers starter Brendan Spagnuolo.
John Lehto's two-run single with two outs made it 3-2.
Spagnuolo allowed an RBI single to Kelly in the fourth to tie it.
Stevens worked the first five innings for Des Moines, allowing three run on five hits.
Mike Soroka, Bryan Garcia, Yonny Chirinos and Ken Giles all worked a scoreless inning apiece to close it out -- with Chirinos earning his first win and Giles his second save.
Walkers reliever Brad Hand came into get the final out of the sixth inning, but later had to leave with a back issue.
He is expected to miss six days and will likely be placed on the disabled list.
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Walkers news: April 16 -- Des Moines 7, St. Louis 6, Game 2

Record: 3-3, 4th, 1 GB Des Moines and Quad City
John Lehto drove in Grant Witherspoon with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Des Moines a 7-6 win over St. Louis in the second game of a doubleheader at Labatt Park (Montreal).
With the win, Des Moines took the final three games of the four-game series.
Down 6-5 after St. Louis had scored in the top of the 10th on a Nicky Delmonico lead-off homer against Yonnis Chirinos, Witherspoon had led off the bottom of the 10th with a double off River Walkers reliever Phil Maton.
St. Louis was without a left-handed reliever in this game after Brad Hand had been injured in opener of the doubleheader and Jake Brentz was too fatigued after working in that contest.
A Khalil Lee ground out moved Witherspoon to second.
Carlos David Rodriguez followed with a triple to tie it.
With Eduardo Jimenez now on the mound, St. Louis opted to walk sluggers Rafael Devers and Cody Bellinger to load the bases.
But the right-handed Lehto was able to lift a ball into the outfield, bringing home Rodriguez with the game-winning run.
A two-run homer from Rodriguez in the bottom of the first off St. Louis ace Aaron Nola had given the Harvesters an early 2-0 lead.
RBI singles from Edmond Americaan (off Des Moines reliever Jandel Gustave) and Bo Bichette (off Luis Avilan) had put the Walkers ahead 5-4.
But Lee smack a solo homer off Nola to lead off the sixth, tying it again
It would stay that way until Delmonico's solo shot in the 10th.
Harvesters starter Dane Dunning allowed three runs on five hits in 4.2 innings.
Gustave (0.2 IP) and Avilan (0.2) both had short stints on the mound before Luis Vazquez (2.0) and Chirinos both handled a pair of innings to close it out,
Chirinos earned his second win of the season.
St. Louis struck out 16 times in the game, and has whiffed 73 times in just six games.
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Walkers news: Hand placed on IL; Cingrani called up

The St. Louis River Walkers have placed left-handed relief pitcher Brad Hand on the 10-day injured list and called up veteran lefty Tony Cingrani from AAA Memphis.
Hand suffered a back injury in a 6-3 loss to Des Moines in the opening game of a doubleheader on April 16. He is expected to miss up to six days.
The 33-year-old Hand had pitched in just one game before being injured. he had no record or no ERA.
Cingrani, also 33, had gotten into two games for the Redbirds. He owned no record but an ERA of 3.86.
He last pitched in the majors for Cincinnati in 2020.
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Walkers news: April 18 -- Quad City 2, St. Louis 0

Record: 3-4, 4th, 2 GB Des Moines and Quad City

Matt Ruppenthal scattered four hits over six shutout innings and a trio of relievers didn't allow a baserunner the rest of the way, as Quad City downed St. Louis 2-0 at Busch Stadium (1997).
The loss was the fourth in a row for the River Walkers, who had opened their season with four consecutive wins.
The Thunder got the only run it would need in the top of the third when Miguel Gomez led off with a double.
A sacrifice bunt from Ruppenthal moved him to third, and Gomez scored on a Duke Kinamon single.
The only other run came in the ninth, when Carter Kieboom hit a two-out homer off Jake Brentz.
The 2022 National League Cy Young winner, Ruppenthal got the best of the runner-up Kyle Hendricks, who took the loss.
Ruppenthal allowed the four hits and did not walk a batter while striking out eight.
Joe Kelly, Jharel Cotton and Jimmy Herget all worked an inning apiece to close it out.

Herget notched his fourth save.
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Walkers news: April 19 -- St. Louis 7, Quad City 2

Record: 4-4, 3rd, 2 GB Des Moines
Byron Buxton was 3 for 5 with two doubles, a homer, two runs scored and four RBIs to power St. Louis to a 7-2 win over Quad City at Busch Stadium (1997).
Buxton, who has struggled mightily to start the season, had things going from his first at-bat opening the bottom of the first with a double off Thunder starting pitcher Evan Steele.
An Andrew Benintendi single moved him to third and after Steele uncorked a wild pitch, it was 1-0 River Walkers.
In the fourth, Buxton cranked his second homer of the season, a two-out, three-run shot off Steele, to make it 4-1.
The sixth inning saw Buxton connect on his second double of the game, this one also with two outs. It scored J.T. Realmuto to make it 5-1.
Buxton was thrown out trying to make it a triple to end the inning.
A Rhys Hoskins homer off Jharel Cotton in the seventh made it 6-2.
Walkers starter Alex Faedo lasted six innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He struck out seven and walked two.
It took four relievers -- Bill Warson (0.1 IP), Tony Cingrani (0.2), Reyes Moronta (0.1) and Eduardo Jimenez (0-2) to handle the seventh and eighth innings.
The ninth was all Phil Maton, who didn't allow a baserunner.
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Walkers news: April 20 -- St. Louis 3, Quad City 0

Record: 5-4, 2nd (Tied/w. Quad City), 2 GB Des Moines
Argenis Batista and four relievers combined on a four-hit shutout as St. Louis defeated Quad City 3-0 at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the River Walkers took the final two games of a three-game series.
St. Louis got the only run it needed in the bottom of the third, when Batista singled with one out of Thunder starting pitcher Michael Santos.

A walk to Bo Bichette moved him to second before a walk to Christian Arroyo loaded the bases.
Andrew Benintendi then scored Batista with a sacrifice fly
Rhys Hoskins drove in the game's other two runs with a home run off Joe Kelly with one out in the eighth.
On the mound, Batista worked 6.1 shutout innings, he's yet to allow an earned run in two starts, allowing four hits while striking out eight and walking one.
Phil Maton and Tony Cingrani recorded an out apiece to get out of the seventh.
John Curtiss worked a scoreless eighth. Tommy Kahnle sent Quad City down in order in the ninth for his second save.
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Walkers news: Cedar Rapids at St. Louis, ppd., by rain

The game between the Cedar Rapids Golden Grapplers and St. Louis River Walkers scheduled for April 21 at Busch Stadium has been postponed by rain.
It will be played as part of a doubleheader on April 22.
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Walkers news: April 22 -- St. Louis 10, Cedar Rapids 5, Game 1

Record: 6-4, 2nd, 0.5 GB Des Moines
Nicky Delmonico had a big day at the plate, going 4 for 4 with a double, two homers, three runs scored and four RBIs to power St. Louis to a 10-5 win over Cedar Rapids in the opening game of a doubleheader at Busch Stadium (1997).
The River Walkers broke from the gate strong with a four-run first inning. Andrew Benintendi had the big early blow with a two-run homer off Golden Grapplers starter Carlos Martinez.
Byron Buxton and pitcher Brandon Spagnuolo had RBI singles later in the inning, as they pounded out six hits in the opening inning.
Cedar Rapids had climbed back to within 5-4, when Delmonico went deep for the first time with a solo shot off reliever Carson Smith.
His second homer came just an inning later, a two-run blasrt off Jacob Rhame, to cap a four-run inning that made it 10-4.
Spagnuolo battled through six innings, allowing four runs on five hits.
Bill Warson handled the seventh and eighth innings. The ninth belonged to John Curtiss, who retired the side in order.
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Walkers news: April 22 -- St. Louis 2, Cedar Rapids 1, Game 2

Record: 7-4, first (tied/w. Des Moines), 1 GA Quad City
Jean Carmona hit a pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning off Danny Grigg to give St. Louis a 2-1 win over Cedar Rapids and a sweep of their doubleheader at Busch Stadium (1997).
Grigg had allowed a one-out single to Michael Toglia before striking out J.T. Realmuto for the second out.
However, Carmona drove the second pitch he saw 383 feet over the right-field wall to give the River Walkers the sweep and their fourth straight win.
Cedar Rapids took a 1-0 lead in the fifth inning when Victor Robles tripled with two outs off Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
He scored when Domingo Santana followed with a single.
Nola worked six innings, allowing one run on five hits.
Reyes Moronta, Phil Maton and Jake Brentz all worked an inning apiece to close it out.

Brentz earned his first win.
Grapplers starting pitcher Merandy Gonzalez did not surrender a run in his six innings on the mound.
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Walkers news: April 23 -- St. Louis 8, Cedar Rapids 4

Record: 8-4, 1st, 1 GA Des Moines
St. Louis rookie shortstop Jean Carmona followed up his walk-off homer in an 2-1 win on Saturday night, with a big three-run shot in the eighth inning Sunday to help lift the River Walkers to an 8-4 win over Cedar Rapids at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the victory, St. Louis swept the three-game series with the Golden Grapplers and extended its win streak to five games.
Leading 4-3 going into the bottom of the eighth, Nicky Delmonico led off with a double off Cedar Rapids reliever Joe Musgrove and later scored when Musgrove threw consecutive wild pitches.
St. Louis later got singles from Michael Toglia and J.T. Realmuto off Musgrove.
Carmona followed with his three-run homer, pretty much putting the game out of reach.
Earlier, St. Louis had ridden a three-run homer from Toglia, his first of the season, in the fourth to go up 3-1.
An RBI single from Andrew Benintendi in the seventh later made it 4-2.
Only to have Dominic Smith's second homer of the game, this one off reliever John Curtiss, bring the Golden Grapplers back to with 4-3.
St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks worked into the sixth inning, going 5.1 altogether allowing two runs on four hits.
Jake Brentz (1.1 IP), Moronta (1.1)., Curtiss (0.2), Tony Cingrani (0.1) and Eduardo Jimenez (1.0) composed the parade of Walkers relievers who combined to finish off the sweep.
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Walkers news: April 24 -- Kansas City 6, St. Louis 3

Record: 8-5, 1st, 0.5 GA Kansas City and Des Moines
Joey Gallo hit a three-run home run off St. Louis starting pitcher Alex Faedo in the top of the first inning to stake Kansas City to an early lead, and the Pit Masters never trailed on their way to a 6-3 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
An RBI double from Christian Arroyo off K.C. starter Max Fried in the bottom of the sixth and a run-scoring single from J.T. Realmuto off reliever Kyle Nelson in the seventh pulled the River Walkers to within 3-2.
But the Masters were quick to rebuild their advantage.
Tyler Frank opened the top of the eighth with a homer off Eduardo Jimenez.
After St. Louis cut the deficit back to one in the bottom of the eighth -- Michael Toglia driving in the run on a fielder's choice against Andrew Ryan -- Kansas City struck again in the top of the ninth, this time tallying twice on a Yordan Alvarez homer off Cingrani
Byron Buxton left the game after being hit by a pitch in the third inning.
He was diagnosed with a bruised hand and is expected to miss five days.
Fried was strong on the bump of Kansas City, allowing just one run on one hit in 5.1 innings. He struck out four and walked one.
Nelson finished the sixth inning.
Nathan Karns, Ryan and Zach Burdi all worked an inning apiece to close it out.
For Burdi, it was his second save of the season.
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Walkers news: Buxton to injured list; Ernesto is called up

The St. Louis River Walkers have placed outfielder Byron Buxton on the disabled list with a bruised hand.
Outfielder Larry Ernesto will be called up from AAA Memphis and is expected to handle the center field duties with Edmond Americaan.
In 13 games this season, Buxton is batting .250 with two homers and seven RBIs.
For Ernesto, who will be playing in the majors for the first time, he has played in 11 games for the Redbirds, batting .184 with no homers and five RBIs.
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Walkers news: April 25 -- Kansas City 5, St. Louis 3

Record: 8-6, 2nd. 0.5 GB Kansas City
Tied 2-2, Kansas City scored once in the top of the sixth inning and twice in the seventh to set the stage for a 5-3 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
For the second game in a row, Joey Gallo homered in the first inning for the Pit Masters, this one a two-run shot off River Walkers starter Argenis Batista.
St. Louis tied it in the fourth when Jean Carmona matched it with a two-run homer of his own, his off K.C. starter Pablo Lopez.
The Masters took the lead for good in the sixth, when Matt Duce and pinch-hitter Tommy Edman smacked consecutive two-out triples off reliever Bill Warson.
Kansas City added two more runs in the seventh when Reyes Moronta ran into trouble.
Coming on with a runner on first, Brian Mundell had led off with a single off Warson, he walked Joey Gallo and then saw Danny Cushing reach on an error by shortstop Andrelton Simmons, loading the bases.
Moronta walked Mookie Betts for the second out.
But Yordan Alvarez followed with a double, scoring two.
St. Louis would get a run back in the bottom of the eighth, Bo Bichette leading off with a homer off Chance Adams.
But that it was all the Walkers would manage.
Lopez (1-2) worked five innings to earn the win, allowing two runs on seven hits.
Dario Alvarez, David Berg, Chance Adams and Nathan Karns all worked an inning to close it out.
Karns notched his first save.
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Walkers news: April 26 -- Kansas City 3, St. Louis 2

Record: 8-7, 3rd, 1.5 GB Kansas City
Kansas City scored single runs in the first, third and fifth innings to build a 3-0 lead, and held on for a 3-2 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the victory, the Pit Masters completed a three-game sweep of the River Walkers.
For the third consecutive game, the Masters tallied in the first inning.
Tyler Wade and Tyler Frank led off the game with consecutive singles off River Walkers starting pitcher Brendan Spagnuolo.
Brian Mundell would score Wade with a sacrifice fly.
In the third, Danny Cushing connected on a two-out homer off Spagnuolo.
The fifth saw pitcher Dinelson Lamet reached on a one-out single and later score on a Cushing single, also off Spagnuolo.
St. Louis scored twice in the sixth off reliever Kyle Nelson -- Jean Carmona drove in one with a sacrifice fly and J.T. Realmuto the other with a single - but Nelson got pinch-hitter Larry Ernesto to ground out with the bases loaded and end the inning.
The Walkers again would load the bases in the eighth, but David Berg got Jared Thomas to ground out to leave them all stranded.
Lamet turned in a strong performance, tossing 5.1 shutout innings. He gave up three hits while striking out five and walking two.
Six relievers combined to finish the game for the Masters.
Nelson (0.0 IP), Chance Adams (0.2), Andrew Ryan (1.0), Dario Alvarez (0.1), Berg (0.2) and Zach Burdi (1.0) handled those innings.
Burdi notched his third save.
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Walkers news: April 28 -- Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 4

Record: 8-8. 3rd, 2 GB Des Moines
Travis Swaggerty hit a two-run shot and Mike Trout a solo blast off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola in the top of the third inning to help spur Cincinnati to a 6-4 win over the River Walkers at Busch Stadium (1997).
St. Louis' Edmond Americaan would connect for a two-run homer off Skyline reliever Taylor Heard in the third to make it 3-2.
But Cincinnati would get a run in the fifth -- Cadyn Greiner double and later scoring on a passed ball by catcher J.T Realmuto -- and another one in the sixth -- Trent Grisham with a run-scoring single off Brad Hand -- to make it 5-2.
The Walkers would score twice in the eighth -- Bo Bichette led off the inning with a solo homer off Kirby Yates, and later pinch-hitter Jean Carmona would draw a bases loaded walk -- but with the bases still full Yates would get pinch-hitter Jared Thomas to fly out.
Leaving St. Louis still one run behind.
Yates allowed a one-out single to Bo Bichette in the ninth.
Micah Reed, however, came on to strike out Andrew Benitendi and Rhys Hoskins to earn his first save.
Cincincinati starter Yu Darvish had to depart with two outs in the second inning with an undisclosed injury.
Skyline would use eight pitchers over the following 7.1 innings.
Taylor Hearn (1.1 IP), Emilio Pagan (1.1), Jesus Lirazano (1.0), Yates (2.0) and Reed (0.2) carried the heaviest load.
The win was awarded to Heard (2-0).
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Walkers news: April 29 -- St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 6

Record: 9-8, 3rd, 2 GM Des Moines
Making just his third major-league at-bat Larry Ernesto hit a two-run homer off Cincinnati's Jesus Liranzo with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give St. Louis an 8-6 come-from-behind win at Busch Stadium (1997).
The River Walkers at one point had trailed 6-0.
J.T. Realmuto had drawn a one-out walk from Liranzo before Ernesto's homer, which came on a 1-1 pitch and traveled 421 feet into the stands in right-center.
A four-run fifth inning was the big blow in Cincinnati building its 6-0 lead.
Up 1-0, Kyle Hendricks allowed three of the Skyline's first four batters to reach before a sacrifice fly from Travis Swaggerty scored Francisco Mejia to make it 2-0.
The next batter, Mike Trout, swatted a Hendricks pitch 366 feet for a three-run homer.
The lead grew to 6-0 in the top of the sixth, when Vladimir Guerero Jr. led off with a single off Hendricks and later scored on an error by Walkers second baseman Bo Bichette.
But somehow St. Louis rallied.
Christian Arroyo led off the seventh with a double off Cincinnati starter Corbin Burnes and scored on a fielder's choice.
Rhys Hoskins later cranked a two-run homer off reliever David Rosebloom to make it 6-3.
In the eighth, it was a big swing of the bat from Bichette, a three-run job off Ryan Castellani, which tied it at 6.
That set the stage for Ernesto's heroics in the ninth.
Hendricks worked six rough innings, allowing six runs on six hits.
John Curtiss, however, stepped up with two scoreless innings.
Alex Faedo, Bobby Poyner and Jake Brentz all recorded outs in the ninth to keep it tied.
Brentz (2-1) earned his second win.
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Walkers news: April 30 -- Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2

Record: 9-9, 3rd, GB Des Moines
Tied 1-1, Cincinnati strung together four straight two-out hits off St. Louis reliever Bill Warson to pave the way for a pair of sixth-inning runs in en route to a 3-2 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the victory, the Skyline took two of three games from the River Walkers.
Warson had taken the mound with one out in the fourth inning after starter Tanner Bibee had to leave with a mild strained hamstring.
Bibee was making a spot start from Memphis, after scheduled starter Alex Faedo was too tired after having to pitch in the previous game.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. got things going in the sixth with a double.
He moved to third when Ronald Acuna Jr. followed with a single.
Francisco Meija plated Guerrero with a single.
Another single, this one from Trea Turner, scored Acuna Jr. and made it 3-1.
St. Louis had a great chance in the eighth inning and did get a run, but missed an opportunity at more.
Bo Bichette and Michael Toglia opened the inning with back-to-back doubles off Skyline reliever Ryan Castellani.
With Bichette having scored on Toglia double, a walk to Rhys Hoskins put runners at first and second with no outs.
But Castellani struck out Jean Carmona and then got Christian Arroyo to hit a line drive double play, Hoskins being caught away from first.
Beau Burrows handled the first five innings for CIncinnati, allowing one run on three hits. He struck out six and walked three.
Four relievers -- Emilio Pagan, Taylor Hearn, Castellaini and Jesus Liranzo closed it out by going an inning apiece.
Liranzo notched his second save.
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