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Old 04-09-2019, 03:02 AM   #61
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June 1 -- St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 0

Record: 25-27, 4th, 4.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Aaron Nola picked up his first win of the season and did it in a big way, pitching 8.2 shutout innings and hitting a three-run home run in a 5-0 St. Louis win over Milwaukee at Busch Stadium (1997).
The victory snapped a six-game losing streak for the River Walkers.
Nola took a shutout into the ninth inning and got the first two outs, but had to depart after his pitch count got to 115.
With a runner at first, Grant Dayton took the mound. He allowed a single to Brett Cumberland putting runners at the corners.
Dayton struck out Josh Ockiemy to end it.
Ender Inciarte provided St. Louis with the only run it would need in the bottom of the first when he led off the game with a solo homer off Keg Lifters starting pitcher Mike Shawaryn.
Tucker Barnhart led off fifth with a single off Milwaukee reliever D.J. Snelten and later scored when Snelten threw a wild pitch.
Nola made it 5-0 with a three-run homer off Chasen Bradford in the sixth.
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Walkers news: June 3 -- Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 4

Record: 26-28, 4th, 5.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Clint Frazier hit a two-run home run off St. Louis reliever John Curtiss in the top of the eighth inning to snap a tie and help give Milwaukee a 6-4 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the Keg Lifters split the four-game series with the River Walkers.
Greg Bird had hit a one-out double off Bobby Poyner just before Curtiss entered the game to face Frazier.
Down 4-3, Milwaukee had tied the game in the top of the seventh when pinch-hitter Adam Jones led off with a homer off Walkers starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks.
A three-run homer from Kyle Seager in the fourth inning off Hendricks had staked the Lifters to a 3-0 lead.
But St. Louis rallied starting with a pair of runs in the bottom of the fourth on a two-run homer from Michael Conforto off Milwaukee starter Yeo-san Park.
A passed ball led to Adeiny Hechavarria scoring a run in the fifth to tie it at 3.
Hechavarria had an RBI single in the sixth to put the Walkers in front 4-3.
Park went just 3.2 innings for the Lifters, allowing two runs on four hits.
Seven relievers followed him to the mound.

Josiah Gray worked the hardest going 2.1 innings.
Sean Wymer recorded the final two outs of the seventh and earned his fourth win.
Arquimedes Caminero allowed St. Louis to load the bases in the ninth, but he got Conforto to ground out to end it. The save was his 17th of the season.
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Walkers news: June 4 -- St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2, 10 innings

Record: 27-28, 4th, 4.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Bo Bichette hit a home run off reliever Chad Green with one out in the 10th inning to give St. Louis a 3-2 win over Cincinnati at Busch Stadium (1997).
A Bichette single off Skyline starting pitcher Corbin Burnes in the third inning put the River Walkers up 1-0.
An inning later, it was 2-0 Nicky Delmonico driving in Andrew Benintendi with a single.
Cincinnati wiped all the out a half-inning later with a pair of runs off St. Louis starting pitcher Danny Duffy.
Francisco Meija drove in the first run with a double.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. handled the second when he followed with a single.
Duffy allowed two runs on eight hits in 6.1 innings.
Four relievers followed him to the mound, none of them giving up a run.
Phil Maton went the longest, handling all of the eighth and getting the first out of the ninth.
Omar Garcia pitched around a hit in the top of the 10th to earn his first win.
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Walkers news: June 6 -- St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1, 12 innings

Record: 29-28, 4th, 4.5 GB Cedar Rapids
Bo Bichette singled with two outs in the bottom of the 12th inning, scoring Adeiny Hechvarria with the game-winning run in a 2-1 River Walkers win over Cincinnati at Busch Stadium (1997).
Tucker Barnhart had opened the ninth with a walk from Skyliners pitcher Chaz Roe.
A wild pitch moved Hechavarria to second with one out.
A walk to Christian Arroya followed by a strike out of Ender Inciarte left runners at first and third with two outs.
But Bichette came through with a single to score Hechavarria and give the River Walkers a three-game sweep.
Making his first start since August of 2019, when a torn rotator cuff sidelined him for more than an year and eight months, Jacob deGrom didn't allow a hit until Ender Inciate singled with two outs in the sixth.
He ended up scoring, after he stole second and scored on a Bichette single.
The Skyliners tied it in the eighth when Brandon Drury reached on catcher's interference while batting against Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
Dee Gordon, who ran for Drury, moved to second on a Khrys Davis fly out.
Dayton took the mound and walked Travis Swaggerty.
John Curtiss then took over and allowed a single to Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to tie it a 1-1.
It would be five more innings until Hechavarria scored the game-winning run.
Nola pitched 7.2 strong innings for the Walkers, allowing one run on four hits. He struck out six and walked none.
Five relievers followed Hendricks to the mound.
Bobby Poyner kept the Skyliners off the board in the eighth and ninth innings.
Phil Maton got the final two outs of the 11th inning and handled a scoreless 12th for his second win of the season.
deGrom handled six innings, giving up one run on two hits. He struck out three and walked one.
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Walkers news: June 7 -- St. Louis 2, Columbus 0

Record: 30-28, 3rd, 4 GB Cedar Rapids
St. Louis' Yu Darvish tossed just the fourth shutout of the 2021 Midwest Baseball League season when he led the River Walkers to a 2-0 win over Columbus at Busch Stadium (1997).
Neither team had a hit until the fifth inning when Joe Mundy led off with a home run off Golden Bears starting pitcher Francis Martes.
Columbus didn't get its first hit until the sixth when Jalmai Jones led off with a single.
The Golden Bears only other hit came in the seventh, again a lead-off hit, this one a double from Gary Sanchez.
Columbus had just there baserunners total, as pinch-hitter Robinson Cano drew a lead-off walk in the ninth.
However, Darvish got Ozzie Albies to hit into a double play and Gary Sanchez grounded out to end it.
The Walkers got their other run in the sixth after Albert Almora doubled with one out and scored on a Rhys Hoskins single.
Martes pitched six innings allowing two runs on four hits.
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Walkers news: June 9 -- St. Louis 7, Columbus 5

Record: 32-28, 2nd (Tied/w. Cedar Rapids), 4 GB Springfield
Rhys Hoskins hit a two-run home run off Columbus relief pitcher Homer Martinez with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to overcome a 5-4 deficit and help spur St. Louis to a 7-5 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the victory, the River Walkers swept the three-game series with the American League East Division leader.
Michael Conforto had reached on a two-out single off Ramirez. Hoskins hit a 3-2 pitch 401 feet over the left-field wall to put his team in front.
Tucker Barnhart hit a solo homer off Mauricio Cabrera to lead off the eighth, extending the Walkers lead to 7-5.
A two-run top of the seventh inning had put the Golden Bears in front 5-4.
Luis Sardinas drove in both runs with a two-run double off St. Louis reliever John Curtiss.
Earlier, a two-run homer from Pedro Severino in the third inning off St. Louis starting pitcher Danny Duffy had given the Bears a 2-0 lead.
A three-run sixth had put the Walkers in front 4-3.
Reliever Felipe Vazquez had issued bases-loaded walks to Andrew Benintendi and Barnhart.
Adeiny Hechavarria had plated the inning's third run with a single off Archie Bradley.
Duffy worked six innings for St. Louis, giving up three runs on five hits.
Six relievers combined to finish the game off.
Reyes Moronta recorded the final two outs of the seventh inning and first of the eighth to earn his third win.
Tommy Kahnle didn't allow a baserunner in the ninth to earn his 11th save.
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Walkers news: June 11 -- St. Louis 5, Cedar Rapids 2

Record: 33-28, 2nd, 3 GB Cedar Rapids
Joe Mundy hit a solo shot and Endre Inciarte connected for a three-run homer both off Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Trevor Bauer in the third inning to help propel St. Louis to a 5-2 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
River Walkers starting pitcher Luiz Gohara lasted six innings, allowing two runs on three hits. He struck out seven and walked one.
Gohara worked seven innings, giving up two runs on three hits. He struck out seven and walked one.
Albert Almora tripled off Ben Bowden in the seventh inning and scored on an Iniciarte sacrifice fly drove him in, as the Walkers added an insurance run after the Golden Grapplers had closed within 4-2.
Five relievers combined to slam the door for St. Louis.
Omar Garcia handled the longest stint, going the entire ninth inning while earning his first save.
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Walkers news: June 12 -- St. Louis 3, Cedar Rapids 2

Record: 34-28, 2nd, 2 GB Cedar Rapids
Carlos Arroyo led off the bottom of the 11th inning with a home run off Jacob Rhame to give St. Louis a 3-2 win over Cedar Rapids at Busch Stadium (1997).
The River Walkers trailed 2-1 going into the bottom of the ninth inning until Rhys Hoskins hit a one-out homer off Golden Grapplers closer Danny Griggs to help force extra innings.
Both starting pitchers performed well.
St. Louis starter Aaron Nola allowed two runs on six hits over six innings. He struck out six and walked two.
The River Walkers used six relievers -- Bobby Poyner (1.1 IP), John Curtiss (0.2), Phil Maton (1.0), Jake Diekman (0.1), Reyes Moronta (0.2) and Omar Garcia (1.0) -- after Nola departed.
Garcia earned his second win of the season.
Cedar Rapids starter pitcher Carlos Martinez gave up one run in six innings. He allowed five hits while striking out five and walking none.
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Walkers news: June 14 -- Cedar Rapids 9, St. Louis 8

Record: 35-29, 3rd, 3 GB Cedar Rapids
Joc Pederson hit a two-run home run off St. Louis reliever Bobby Poyner with two outs in the top of the seventh inning to help lift Cedar Rapids to a 9-8 win at Busch Stadium.
With the victory, Cedar Rapids salvaged the final game of the three-game series. The Golden Grapplers lead Des Moines by 2.5 games in the National League South standings and the River Walkers by three.
St. Louis would cut its deficit to one in the bottom of the ninth when Adeiny Hechavarria scored on a two-out double by Bo Bichette off Cedar Rapids reliever Jacob Rhame.
Ender Inciarte followed with a single, but Bichette was thrown out at the plate by center fielder Victor Robles.
Cedar Rapids broke to a 7-1 lead only to see St. Louis roar back mostly behind a six-run bottom of the fifth inning.
Yoan Moncada hit a two-run homer off St. Louis starting pitcher Yu Darvish in the fourth inning.
Andrew Benintendi had a two-run single in the fifth off reliever Abel De La Santos in the fifth.

Grapplers starting pitcher David Cullison gave up one run over four innings.
Cedar Rapids needed five pitchers to cover the final five innings.
Tyler Bashlor (1.1 IP), Thomas Hackimer (1.0) and Ryan Webb (1.0) all handled at least an inning.
Danny Grigg (0.1) and Rhame (0.2) combined to handle the ninth.
Hackimer earned his third win of the season. Rhame collected his second save.
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Walkers news: June 14 -- Quad City 9, St. Louis 8, 11 innings

Record: 34-30, 3rd, 3 GB Cedar Rapids
Anthony Alford scored from third base on a wild pitch by St. Louis relief pitcher Jake Diekman with two outs in the bottom of the 11th inning to give Quad City a 9-8 win at Fenway Park (1970).
Alford had reached on a one-out single off Diekman and moved to third when Justin Turner followed with another single.
Diekman struck out Derek Fisher for the second out. But his 0-1 pitch eluded catcher Tucker Barnhart, paving the way for Alford to score.
Down 6-2, the River Walkers scored twice in both the sixth and seventh to tie it.

Rhys Hoskins had a run-scoring triple off Thunder reliever P.J. Conlan in the sixth and scored on an Andrew Benintendi sacrifice fly.
In the seventh, Conforto had an RBI single and Rhys Hoskins plated the tying run with a sacrifice fly.
Both teams scored twice in the ninth.
Conforto had an RBI double and Benintendi drove in one with a single as St. Louis went up 8-6.
The bottom of the inning saw Justin Turner with a two-run double off Walkers closer Tommy Kahnle, who blew his second save of the season.
Quad City starting pitcher Michael Santos allowed two runs on five hits in five innings.
The Thunder needed to go through seven relievers to end it.
Kevin Crockett (1.0 IP), Hyun-jin Ryu (1.1), Joe LaSorsa (1.2) and J.D. Hammer (1.0) all handled at least an inning.

Hammer earned his second win of the season.
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Walkers news: June 16 -- Quad City 6, St. Louis 1

Record: 34-32, 4th, 3 GB Cedar Rapids
Quad City's Christian Hicks broke open a scoreless game with a three-run home run off St. Louis starting pitcher Luiz Gohara with one out in the bottom of the fourth inning to help propel Quad City to a 6-1 win at Fenway Park (1970).
The victory allowed Quad City to sweep the three-game series. St. Louis dropped to fourth in the NL South Division, and trail first place Cedar Rapids by three games.
The Thunder scored their other three runs when Derek Fisher hit a home run off River Walkers reliever Bobby Poyner in the seventh inning.
Ruppenthal kept St. Louis off the scoreboard for 5.1 innings, allowing just one hit while striking out six and walking one.
Evan Steele handled the next three innings, allowing St.Louis lone run in the top of the seventh.
Joe LaSorsa closed it out by recording the final two outs of the game.
Ruppenthal tossed a strong 5.1 innings, not allowing a run while striking out six and walking one.
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Walkers news: June 17 -- St. Louis 3, Des Moines 2

Record: 35-32, 3rd (tied/w. Des Moines), 2 GB Springfield and Cedar Rapids
Aaron Nola allowed one run over eight innings and Ender Inciarte broke open a scoreless game with a two-run double in the fifth to lead St. Louis to a 3-2 win over Des Moines at LaBatt Park.
Nola allowed five hits in his time on the mound while striking out eight and walking none.
The only run he allowed came on a John Lehto two-out double in the seventh.

It made the score 3-1, after the River Walkers had gone up 3-0 on a solo homer from Michael Conforto off Harvesters starting pitcher Jose Berrios in the sixth.
Des Moines got something going in the ninth against the St. Louis bullpen.
Jake Diekman opened the inning and allowed a lead-off double to Rafael Devers before a strike out of Cody Bellinger.
Reyes Moranto took over and allowed a single to Austin Hayes, which put runners at the corners.
The next batter, A.J. Pollack, doubled scoring Devers and leaving runners at second and third.
Moronta then walked Lehto to load the bases.
John Curtiss then got the ball, and he quickly put out the fire getting Carson Kelly to hit a grounder to shortstop Adieny Hechavarria who started a short, to home to first double play.
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Walkers news: June 19 -- St. Louis 2, Des Moines 0

Record: 37-32, 3rd, 1 GB Cedar Rapids and Springfield
Nicky Delmonico broke a scoreless tie in the top of the ninth inning with a two-run home run off reliever Jandel Gustave to help give St. Louis a 2-0 victory over Des Moines at LaBatt Park.
Both starters shined on the mound.
River Walkers starter Kyle Hendricks went seven shutout innings, allowing three hits with three strikeouts and no walks.
Harvesters starter Dallas Keuchel didn't allow a run over 6.2 innings. He surrendered five hits while striking out four and walking one.
Michael Conforto drew a walk to leadoff the ninth for the Walkers. Gustave struck out Bo Bichette.
But Delmonico hit the third pitch he saw 351 feet over the left-field wall for the first runs of the game.
Bobby Poyner earned his second win of the season with a scoreless eighth inning.
Tommy Kahnle did the same in the ninth for his 12th save.
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Walkers news: June 20 -- Des Moines 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 37-33, 3rd, 2 GB Cedar Rapids
Carson Kelly drove in both of his team's run -- including a tie-breaking single in the sixth inning which scored A.J. Pollack with the game-winner -- to help Des Moines defeat St. Louis 2-1 at LaBatt Park.
With the win. the Harvesters avoided a four-game sweep at the hands of the River Walkers.
Pollack had reached on a one-out double off St. Louis starting pitcher Danny Duffy.

Kelly lashed the fourth pitch he saw from Duffy into center field to break a 1-1 tie.
Earlier, Kelly had given Des Moines a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the fourth when he doubled off Duffy, scoring Pollack who had singled just in front of him.
The Walkers tied it in the sixth after Andrew Beninteni led off with a double off reliever Sixto Sanchez and later scored on a Tucker Barnhart sacrifice fly off Brad Boxberger.
Harvesters starting pitcher Rory Stevens threw four shutout innings, allowing just two hits.
Five relievers -- Sanchez, Boxberger, Leo Vazquez, Zach Britton and Gabriel Moya -- all went an inning apiece to close it out.
Boxberger earned his first win of the season, while Moya collected his second save.
Duffy pitched six innings, giving up a pair of runs on six hits.
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