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Old 12-13-2019, 06:08 AM   #81
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Walkers news: May 25 -- St. Louis 4, Quad City 1

Record: 27-14, 1st, 2.5 GA Springfield
Alex Faedo took a shutout into the eighth inning and St. Louis scored single runs in four separate innings to down Quad City 4-1 at Busch Stadium (1997).
Already leading 3-0, Faedo had allowed just one hit -- a Duke Kinamon double to leadoff the seventh -- going into the top of the eighth.
With two outs, pinch-hitter Ka'ai Tom homered to make it 3-1.
Faedo (5-1) exited after retiring Shane Shifflett for the final out.
In his eight innings, Faedo allowed just the two hits. He struck out 12 and walked two.

Edwin Diaz didn't have much difficulty in the ninth, as he notched his 11th save.
The River Walkers broke on top 1-0 in the bottom of the first.
Bo Bichette drew a lead-off walk from Thunder starter Brad Beshirs.
A Carlos Vidal bunt moved him to second and he scored on an Andrew Benintendi double.
Edmond Americaan touched Beshirs for a lead-off homer in the fifth, making it 2-0.
An inning later, Beshirs walked Andrew Benintendi to open the inning. He would scored on a one-out double by Jean Carmona.
St. Louis answered Quad City's run in the top of the eighth with one of its own in the bottom.
Tanner Kohlhepp crossed the plate after he singled with two outs and scored on Carmona's second double of the game.
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Walkers news: May 26 -- St. Louis 4, Springfield 1

Record: 28-14, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Argenis Batista allowed one run over eight innings and St. Louis downed Springfield 4-1 at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
The win also featured the first triple play turned by the River Walkers since the formation of the franchise in 2018.
With runners at first and second in the bottom of the fourth inning, St. Louis pitcher Argenis Batista got Eric Hosmer to hit a foul ball to right field.
Both the runners drifted too far from their bases and were thrown out, the play going from right fielder Carlos Vidal to shortstop Jean Carmona to first baseman Romy Gonzalez.
Tied 1-1, St. Louis took the lead got good in the bottom of the fourth when Tanner Kohlhepp doubled off Prairie Fighters starting pitcher Steven Gingery and scored on a Carmona triple.
The Walkers would add additional runs in the eighth and ninth innings.
Bo Bichette led off the eighth with a single off reliever Mark McConnell.

Eventually moved to second and then third on a sacrifice bunt and single, he scored when Springfield catcher Andrew Noviello allowed a passed ball.
In the ninth, Vidal drew a lead-off walk from reliever Dinelson Lamet.
A wild pitch planted him on second.
Pinch-hitter Edmond Americaan singled to move him to third.
A single from Alek Thomas made it 4-1.
Batista was impressive, allowing just the one run on five hits. He struck out four and walked one.
Jake Brentz took care of the ninth for his eighth save.
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Walkers news: May 27 -- St. Louis 8, Springfield 6

Record: 29-14, 1st, 4.5 GA Springfield
Tanner Kohlhepp hit a two-run homer and Jared Thomas a solo shot in the top of the 15th inning to lift St. Louiis to an 8-6 win over Springfield at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
Tied at 5-5, Jean Carmona got things going in the top of the 15th with a

one-out single off Mark McConnell.
After Andrew Benintendi hit into a fielder's choice, with Carmona being eliminated at second, Kohlhepp hit a 1-0 pitch from McConnell 421 feet over the fence in left-center field.
Thomas followed with a 415-foot shot to right-center, making it 8-5.
The Prairie Fighters did get a run in the bottom of the 15th after Andres Gimenez led off with a double off John Curtiss and scored when Riley Greene grounded out for the second out.
Curtis followed that by striking out Franmil Reyes to end it.
The game featured a bundle of early offense before settling into a span of nine scoreless innings.
Springfield jumped out to a 4-1 lead by scoring twice in both the first and third innings.
River Walkers starter Adonis Medina failed to retire a batter allowing four straight to reach before exiting with an undisclosed injury.
St. Louis roared back to take the lead with four runs in the top of the fifth.
Edmond Americaan and Alek Thomas both had RBI doubles off Fighters starter Jared Kelley before Caroma hit a two-run homer.
Springfield tied it at 5-5 in the bottom of the inning against reliever Dan Jennings.
Victor Caratini led off with a single off reliever Dan Jennings, and after a pair of walks the bases were loaded.
Caratini scored when Odubel Herrera hit into a fielder's choice.
But that was all Springfield would get as Jennings retired the next two hitters.
After Medina exited, Nick Lodolo took the mound and would handle the first 3.2 innings.
Tim Hill finished the fourth for the Walkers.
Six more pitchers took the mound after Hill's short stint -- Jennings (2.0 IP), Danny Grigg (1.2), Jake Brentz (0.1), Edwin Diaz (2.0), Luis Polomo (3.0) and Curtiss (3-0) -- with Curtiss coming out of it with the win.
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Walkers news: May 28 -- Springfield 2, St. Louis 1, 10 innings

Record: 29-15, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Jeremiah Jackson took the fourth pitch of the bottom of the 10th inning and launched it 418 feet over the wall in left-center field to give Springfield a 2-1 win at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
The homer came off River Walkers reliever Tim Hill and gave the Prairie Fighters a win in the third game of the series after dropping the first two.
St. Louis tallied a run in the top of the second -- Jean Carmona led off with a single off Fighters starter DJ Jefferson and scored when Romy Gonzalez doubled -- but would not score again.
Springfield tied it in the bottom of the fifth against Walkers starting pitcher Steven Brault.
Eric Hosmer singled with one out and moved to second when Jackson was hit by a pitch.
Jefferson chased Hosmer home with a single.
In addition to the RBI, Jefferson worked six innings allowing just one run on two hits. He struck out seven and walked one.
Brian Clark and Sean Doolittle both pitched an inning apiece for the Fighters.
Hunter Harvey worked a scoreless ninth inning and recorded the first out of the 10th before exiting with a strained oblique.
Thomas Szapucki (3-0) completed the 10th, setting himself up to earn his third win of the season after Jackson went deep.
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Walkers news: Starting rotation takes big hit with loss of Medina

The St. Louis River Walkers have announced that right-handed starting pitcher Adonis Medina will miss up to four months after suffering a shoulder injury in an 8-6 15-inning win at Springfield on May 27.
Medina failed to record an out in that game and exited after facing just four batters.
Acquired in an off-season trade which sent outfielder Michael Toglia and third baseman Alex Bregman to Detroit, the 28-year-old Medina had impressed in his nine starts with the Walkers going 3-4 with a 3.33 ERA.
He will be replaced in the rotation by Jimmy Lambert, who was recently demoted from the rotation and sent to AAA Memphis.
In eight starts this season, Lambert, 31, has gone 2-5 with a 7.71 ERA.
Derek Gordon, who was called up from Memphis when Lambert was demoted, is scheduled to make his first MLB start today.
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Walkers news: May 29 -- St. Louis 6, Madison 0

Record: 30-15, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Derek Gordon made his Mississippi Baseball League debut an impressive one going eight shutout innings in a 6-0 win over Madison at Comiskey Park (1969).
An off-season free-agent signing out of the minor leagues, he had been trapped on a AA team with no MLB affiliate, Gordon had just been called to the majors from AAA Memphis.
Against the Muskies, he worked eight innings allowing just two hits while striking out three and walking one.
A Johan Camargo solo homer off Logan Gilbert in the top of the swecond would provide the River Walkers with the only run they would need.
But they did add five more.
Tanner Kohlhepp belted a solo shot in the third inning.
St. Louis scored three times in the sixth.
Camargo had a two-run double off reliever Dan Hammer, and Edmond Americaan earned an RBI after coaxing a bases-loaded walk.
Andrew Benintendi unleashed the long ball as a pinch-hitter against Jorge Guzman to lead off the ninth.
Jake Brentz worked the ninth after Gordon exited with a pitch count of 105.
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Walkers news: May 30 -- Madison 8, St. Louis 5

Record: 30-16, 1st, 2.5 GA Springfield
Nomar Mazara went 3 for 4 with a double, a homer, two run scored and four RBIs to power Madison to an 8-5 win over St. Louis at Comiskey Park (1969).
Down 1-0, Mazara struck for the first time in the bottom of the third inning with a two-run homer off River Walkers starting pitcher Alex Faedo.
The Muskies' lead grew to 4-1 in the fourth on a two-run double from Josh Rivera.
Jared Thomas hit a two-run homer for St. Louis in the top of the sixth, drawing the River Walkers to within 4-3.
But Madison would break it open in the seventh against the Walkers bullpen.
Aramis Ademan drew a lead-off walk from reliever Dan Jennings and RIvera followed with a single.
Danny Grigg took the mound and followed with is easily was his worst outing of the season.
After recording a out, Mazara got to him for a two-run double.
A Kevin Maitan single put runners at the corners.
Mazara scored when Grigg uncorked a wild pitch.
Ademan got to Luis Palomo for an RBI double in the bottom of the eighth, making it 8-3.
St. Louis did score twice in the top of the ninth, Tanner Kohlhepp with a two-run double, but never really threatened.
Muskies starter Josh Tomlin (3-4) worked 5.2 innings, giving up two runs on six hits.
Dan Hammer completed the sixth inning.
David McLoughlin and Brian Rose worked an inning apiece to get to the ninth.
Brusdar Graterol, Merandy Gonzalez and Jorge Guzman all got an end apiece to end it.
Guzman came out of it with his second save.
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Walkers news: May 31 -- St. Louis 9, Madison 4

Record: 31-16, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Down 3-1, St. Louis tied it with two runs in the third inning and took the lead for good with one in the fourth as it downed Madison 9-4 at Comiskey Park (1969).
The victory gave the River Walkers a series win by taking two of the three games against the Muskies.
The Walkers' Bo Bichette led off the game with a homer off Madison starter Nick Lewis.
That lead, however, was short lived as the Muskies put up three runs against St. Louis starter Argenis Batista in the bottom of the second.
Joe Gray Jr. drove in Jordan Myrow, who had doubled with one out, with an RBI single.
Nick Lewis chased home Gray with a two-out triple.
The score grew to 3-1 after Josh Rivera followed Lewis' triple with a double.
St. Louis roared back against Lewis in the third.
Bo Bichette drew a one-out walk and scored when Carlos Vidal followed with a triple.
Andrew Benintendi's single scored Bichette to tie it.
An inning later, the Walkers seized the lead.
Jared Thomas led off with a double and scored when Batista connected on a two-out single.
It was pretty much all Walkers from there.
They scored three runs in the fifth/
Jared Thomas drew a bases-loaded walk, Romy Gonzalez and Edmond Americaan both drove in runs with singles.
Vidal made it 9-3 with a solo homer off Andrew Ryan in the eighth.
Batista shook off that one bad inning to make a strong start, allowing four runs on eight hits in 6.1 innings. He struck out seven and walked none.
John Curtiss finished off the seventh and worked a scoreless eighth.
The ninth belonged to Nick Lodolo and he didn't allow the Muskies to score.
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Walkers news: Team awards for May 2025

Player of the Month: SS -- Jean Carmona: The 25-year-old Carmona batted .387 with four homer and 13 RBIs in 27 games. He scored a total of 15 runs while reaching base at a .45 clip and slugging .575.
Starting Pitcher of the Month: RHP -- Argenis Batista: The 24-year-old righty went 3-0 in six starts with a 2.04 ERA. He worked a total of 39.2 innings, striking out 41 while posting a 1.03 WHIP.
Relief Pitcher of the Month: LHP -- Jake Brentz: The 30-year-old Brentz got into 10 games, going 2-0 with four saves. He posted a 0.90 ERA over 10 innings. He struck out 14 and had a 0.80 WHIP.
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Walkers news: June 1 -- St.Louis 10, Madison 3

Record: 32-16, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Down 3-2, St. Louis scored seven runs over the final three innings to lift it to a 10-3 win over Madison at Comiskey Park (1969).
The win was the second in a row for the River Walkers, who ended up taking two of three games in the weekend series.
St. Louis grabbed the lead with two runs in the top of the seventh inning.
Romy Gonzalez got it going with a one-out walk from Muskies reliever David McLoughlin.
A double from Austin Barnes moved Gonzalez third.
Pinch-hitter Johan Camargo came through with a single to bring Gonzalez home.
Barnes then scored when McLoughlin unleashed a wild pitch.
The Walkers added three more runs in the eighth.
A passed ball scored Edmond Americaan with the first run.
Barnes and pinch-hitter Alan Dondero chased home the next two with singles.
Now up 8-3, St. Louis added two more runs in the ninth.
Jean Carmona led off with a single off reliever Brusdar Graterol.
He found himself at third after Andrew Benintendi doubled.
Tanner Kohlhepp made it 9-3 with a single.
Benintendi scored when Americaan hit into a fielder's choice.
Thrust back into the injury after Adonis Medina was lost to a shoulder injury. Walkers starting pitcher Jimmy Lambert was not great, but was good enough.
Lambert (3-5) allowed three runs on four hits over six innings. He struck out four and walked three.
Dan Jennings, Luis Polomo and Tim Hill all got an out apiece to get through the seventh inning.
Jake Brentz handled the final two in a non-save situation.
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