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Old 12-06-2019, 05:44 AM   #41
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Walkers news: April 21 -- St. Louis 3, Twin Cities 2

Record: 9-4, 1st, 1 GA Springfield
Adonis Medina didn't allow a run through eight innings before retiring having thrown 10 pitches and St. Louis held on for a 3-2 win over St. Louis at the Metrodome (1996).
The only hit Medina (2-0) allowed was a lead-off single to Will Banfield in the third inning.
Overall, he allowed no runs on one hits. He struck out six and walked two.
Leading 3-0, River Walkers reliever John Curtiss almost made a mess of the ninth.
He retired the second batter of the inning, Roc Riggio, and Jose Devers followed with a homer drawing the Snow Cats to within a run.
Closer Edwin Diaz was called upon and he struck out Sammy Siani and got Jonathon India to fly out to end it and earn himself his fourth save of the season.
The game was scoreless into the top of the fifth when the Walkers scored twice against Twin Cities starter Regi Grace.
Rehys Hoskins led off with a single and Jean Carmona followed with a double, putting runners at second and third.
A Tanner Kohlhepp single chased home Hoskins,
Carmona scored when Austin Barnes grounded out.
St. Louis got what turned out to be a needed third run an inning later.
Christian Arroyo scored it after he reached on a one-out single off Grace.
A two-out walk to Hoskins moved him to second, and ended Grace's tour on the mound.
Matt Sauer took over and Jean Carmona slashed a pitch into right center to make it 3-0.
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Walkers news: April 22 -- St. Louis 9, Twin Cities 4

Record: 10-4, 1st, 2 GA Springfield
St.Louis scored five runs over the course of the first three innings to propel the River Walkers to a 9-4 win at the Metrodome (1996).
Andrew Benintendi got things started with a two-run homer in the top of the first inning off Snow Cats starting pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga
After Twin Cities' Jordan Gorshans made it 2-1 with a solo shot off St. Louis starter Steven Brault in the bottom of the first, the Walkers responded with two more runs in the second.
Bo Bichette drove them both home with a two-out triple off Loaisiga.
An RBI single from Jean Carmona in the third extended the Walkers' edge to 5-1.
It's lead at 6-2, St. Louis pushed it to 8-2 in the eighth both runs scoring from third on wild pitches by relievr Jonathan Cooper.
The Walkers got their final run in the ninth, when Jared Thomas doubled with one out off Joe Gatto and scored when Alek Thomas singled off Matt Sauer.
That run made it 9-3.
Brault (2-0) worked the first six innings for the Walkers, allowing two runs on three hits.
Danny Grigg handled the seventh inning and got the first two outs in the eighth. He also allowed a solo homer to Josiah Miller.
Tim Hill made his debut by handling the final out of the eighth and also working the ninth.
He surrendered a solo homer to Jake Burger which did not mean alot.
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Walkers news: April 23 -- St. Louis 5, Twin Cities 2

Record: 11-4, 1st, 2 GA Springfield
Rookie JT Schwartz made his major-league debut a memorable one going 3-for-4 with two doubles and a homer to help power St. Louis to a 5-2 win over Twin Cities at the Metrodome (1986).
The win gave the River Walkers a three-game sweep of their series with the Snow Cats.
No hit by hard-throwing Cats starting pitcher Mack Anglin going into the third inning, Schwartz got the scoring started with a two-out solo shot in the top of the third inning.
St. Louis pushed its lead to 3-0 in the top of the sixth with another long ball, this one from Andrew Benintendi off Anglin.
Twin Cities got on the board with a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Walkers starter Jimmy Lambert allowed the first two batters to reach to open the inning.
John Curtiss took his place but could not keep the Cats in check.
An Eloy Jimenez single loaded the bases and Will Banfield followed with a two-run single to make it 3-2 with still no one out.
Dan Jennings checked in for the Walkers and struck out pinch-hitter Bradley Zimmer for the second out.
Danny Grigg then got the St. Louis and induced Lucius Fox to hit into a double play to get out of the jam.
The St. Louis bullpen got out of another jam in the eighth.
Grigg allowed a two-out single to Jonathan India before giving way to closer Edwin Diaz.
Jake Burger followed with a double but India had to hold art third.
Diaz got Buxton to fly out to end the inning.
The Walkers added two insurance rusn in the ninth, and Schwartz played a part with a one-out double off Heath Hembree.
A Christian Arroyo single off Tobias Myers moved Schwartz to third.
Joey Gatto came on, but Bo Bichette got to him for a triple, which plated a pair.
The ninth, however, was not a cakewalk for Diaz as he allowed three consecutive batters to reach with one out by issuing two walks and allowing a single.
But that was all.
Diaz struck out Jordan Gorshans for the second out.
Roc Riggio flew out to end it, as Diaz earned his fifth save.
Lambert (2-1) handled the first six innings, allowing two runs on five hits.
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Walkers news: April 25 -- St. Louis 4, Des Moines 2

Record: 12-4, 1st, 2.5 GA Springfield
Alex Faedo took a shutout into the seventh inning by which time St. Louis led 4-0, and the River Walkers survived two late-game homers from Rafael Devers to defeat Des Moines 4-2 at LaBatt Park.
St. Louis scored twice in both the third and fourth innings to build its lead.
A two-run single from Jared Thomas off Harvesters starter Chance Adams handled the runs in the third inning.
Carlos Vidal hoisted a two-run blast off Adams in the fourth to build on that lead.
Faedo (2-1) allowed just two hits over the first six innings, but gave up a single to Austin Meadows to begin the bottom of the seventh.
Devers followed with a two-run homer, which spelled the end to Faedo's outing.
The right-hander exited having allowed the two runs on four hits. He struck out seven and didn't issue a walk.

Dan Jennings came on to retire the next three Des Moines batters to end the seventh.
With the heart of the Harvesters order, all left-handed hitters, Walkers closer Edwin Diaz swapped rolled with Jake Brentz.

In that eighth, Diaz pitched around a lead-off single from Thairo Estrada to keep it 4-2. f
Brentz came on in the ninth and got Meadows to fly out.
Devers, however, followed with a solo blast.
But that was it, as Cody Bellinger and John Lehto both grounded out to end it.
The save was the second of the season for Brentz.
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Walkers news: April 26 -- St. Louis 4, Des Moines 2

Record: 13-4, 1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
Down 1-0, St. Louis scored three runs in the top of the sixth inning and held on for a 4-2 win over Des Moines at LaBatt Park.
A Cody Bellinger solo homer off River Walkers starter Argenis Batista in the fourth inning had put the Harvesters in front.
But St. Louis busted loose against Des Moines starter Yonny Chirinos in the top of the sixth.
It happened fairly quickly -- in a span of three batters.
Bo Bichette got things rolling with a one-out single and scored when Carlos Vidal followed with a double.
Andrew Benintendi then drew a 3-1 pitch from Chirinos 372 feet over the right-field wall, and all of a sudden the Walkers owned a 3-1 lead.
Three straight singles off Omar Benetiz followed by a bases-loaded walk to Tanner Kohlhepp in the eighth made it 4-1.
Des Moines pulled to within 4-2 in the eighth, when Carlos David Rodriguez led off with a triple off Batista.
He scored on a John Lehto sacrifice fly off reliever Luis Palomo.
Jake Brentz got the final out of the eighth and was perfect in the ninth for his second save in as many games and third of the season.
Batista worked seven innings, allowing two runs on three hits. He struck out six and walked two.
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Walkers news: April 27 -- St. Louis at Des Moines, ppd., by rain

Record: 13-4,1st, 3.5 GA Springfield
The game between St. Louis and Des Moines at LaBatt Park has been postponed by bad weather.
It has been rescheduled for later in the season.
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Walkers news: April 29 -- Springfield 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 13-5, 1st, 2.5 GA Springfield
Steven Gingery limited St. Louis to a single run over the first six innings and three relievers pitched a scoreless inning apiece to carry Springfield to a 2-1 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Gingery carried a shutout into the sixth inning, by which time the Prairie Fighters led 2-0.
Springfield scored both its runs in the fourth inning off River Walkers starter Adonis Medina.
Wander Samuel Franco led off the inning with his first homer of the season.
The next batter, Riley Greene, singled, and he moved to third on a Trevor Larnach double.
Greene scored when Victor Caratini grounded out.
Limited to two hits by Gingery through the first five innings, Bo Bichette collected St. Louis' third when he homered with one out off Gingery.
The left-hander allowed a two-out single to Andrew Benintendi later in the inning, but got out of the inning with his team still in the lead.
For the game. Gingery (2-1) allowed the one run on three hits. He struck out three and walked one.
Mark McConnell, Sean Doolittle and Dinelson Lamet all worked an inning apiece to end it.
The save was the fourth of the season for Lamet.
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Walkers news: April 30 -- St. Louis 4, Springfield 2

Record: 14-5, 1st, 3 GA Springfield
St. Louis scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning and rolled on to a 4-2 win over Springfield at Busch Stadium (1997).
Prairie Fighters starting pitcher Jared Kelley walked Bo Bichette to lead off the River Walkers bottom of the first inning, and Carlos Vidal made him pay for it with his fifth homer of the month.
St. Louis, however, was not done as the next batter, Andrew Benintendi drew a walk and Tanner Kohlhepp moved him to second with a single.
Kelley finally got an out when he got JT Schwartz to fly out, but Benintendi did move to third.
That was enough for him to score when Jean Carmona flew out to left.
Bichette hit a solo homer off Kelley in the fifth, making it 4-0.
Springfield did mount something of a comeback with single runs in the sixth and eighth.
But Jake Brentz handled the final 1.2 innings to earn his fourth save.
Steven Brault (3-0) made another strong start, allowing one run on four hits in six innings.
Nick Lodolo worked a scoreless seventh. Danny Grigg got the first out of the eighth, before giving way to Brentz.
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Walkers news: Team awards for April 2025

Player of the Month: Carlos Vidal: The 29-year-old outfielder made quite an impression after being acquired just before opening day. In 17 games, he batted .335 with five homers and 16 RBIs. He also scored 11 runs while posting an on-base percentage of .423 and a slugging percentage of .633.
Starting pitcher of the month: Adonis Medina: Like Vidal, Medina was acquired in the offseason and he shined in his first month with the River Walkers. In four starts, he went 2-1 with a 1.37 ERA. He worked a total of 26.1 innings, striking out 19 batters while limiting them to a 0.68 WHIP.
Relief pitcher of the month: Edwin Diaz: His first season with the River Walkers was a bit of a disappointment but so far he likes quite ready for 2025. In six games, he posted five save and an 0.00 ERA for the seven innings he pitched. He struck out 11 batters and boasted a 1.00 WHIP.
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Walkers news: Pair of roster moves made

The St. Louis River Walkers have made a pair of roster moves.
Infielder Johan Camargo has come off the 10-day disabled list after missing time with back spasms.
His return will send 1B/3B JT Schwartz back to AAA Memphis.
Before his injury, Camargo had batted .308 in five games with the Walkers with a homer and pair of RBIs.
Schwartz also had been impressive in his brief time in the majors, hitting .556 in three games with a homer and an RBI.
Also, St. Louis has sent outfielder Larry Ernesto to AAA Memphis and callled up outfielder Alan Dondero from the Redbirds.
The 24-year-old Ernesto has struggled in the major this season, batting .120 in 12 games with no homers or RBIs.
Dondero has not played well either at Memphis -- sitting at .159 with nine RBIs in 19 games -- but is a better defender.
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Walkers news: May 1 -- St. Louis 5, Springfield 4, 10 innings

Record: 15-5, 1st, 4 GA Springfield
Edmond Americaan singled off Springfield relief picher Dalbert Siri with two outs in the 10th inning to score Rhys Hoskins and give St. Louis a 5-4 win over Springfield at Busch Stadium (1997).
The victory gave the River Walkers two wins in their three games with the Prairie Fighters.
Hoskins had led off the 10th with a single and moved to second on a ground out by pinch-hitter Alan Dondero.
A two-out single from Jean Carmona moved Hoskins to third.
Americaan then hit a 1-1 pitch into right-center field to win it.
The Walkers had tied the game at 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth on a two-run homer from Jean Carmona off Springfield closer Dinelson Lamet.
A pair of first-inning runs had staked St. Louis to a 2-0 lead.
Springfield's Max Schrock smacked a two-run homer off Walkers starter Jimmy Lambert in the fifth to tie it.
A solo homer from Kyle Williams, off reliever Dan Jennings, in the seventh had put the Fighters up 3-2.
An RBI single from Wander Samuel Franco off reliever John Curtiss in the eighth made it 4-2.
Lambert pitched 5.2 innings, giving up two runs on seven hits.
Four relievers followed him to the bump -- Jennings (1.0), Tim Hill (1.1), Curtiss (0.2) and Brentz (1.1) -- with Brentz coming out of it with his second win of the season.
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