Winnipeg 14, Sioux City 6 – Box Score

The Winnipeg Goldeyes (33-35) rolled to a 14-6 win against the Sioux City Explorers in their first true home game at Shaw Park since September of 2019.

The Explorers held the lead briefly as C Jacob Bockelie singled home CF Michael Lang in the top of the first but the Goldeyes took the lead in the home half with a three-run home run from 1B Kyle Martin (3-for-3) and never looked back. The lead ballooned to 12-1 after a six-run fifth inning that saw RBIs from CF Tyler Hill (3-for-6), SS Wes Darvill (4-for-6), RF Max Murphy (2-for-4) and Martin. Murphy also scored on a wild pitch to round out the rally.

For the Explorers, 3B Jesus Grimaldo went 2-for-4 and 1B Carson McCurdy hit a two-run homer in the eighth.


Lincoln 2, Houston 1 – Box Score

The Lincoln Saltdogs (36-32) slid pas the Houston Apollos 2-1 on Tuesday night at Haymarket Park.

The Apollos cracked the lid in the third when 1B Hudson Bilodeau (3-for-4) singled home CF Brian Dansereau (2-for-4) but the Saltdogs matched that run in the bottom of the frame when CF Forrestt Allday singled home DH Kyle Kinman.

In the seventh, 2B David Vidal hit a lead-off single and then scored when C Zak Taylor singled two batters later.

The Apollos had the tying run on base in the top of the ninth, but LF Collins Robinson hit into a game-ending 6-3 double play.


Milwaukee 4, Kane County 3 – Box Score

The Milwaukee Milkmen (46-23) held off the Kane County Cougars 4-3 on Tuesday to claim the three-game set.

The Milkmen moved in front in the top of the first inning as 3B Logan Trowbridge hit a solo home run and 1B David Washington singled home LF Adam Brett Walker II (3-for-4). In the second, DH Tony Rosselli singled home 2B Aaron Hill to take a 3-0 lead. The Cougars rallied to tie the score thanks to a two-run home run from CF Anfernee Seymour (2-for-4) in the third and sac fly from SS Nick Lovullo in the fourth.

Rosselli plated what turned out to be the winning run in the sixth with a sac fly that scored RF Cole Sturgeon. The Cougars had the winning run on base in the bottom of the ninth but closer Nate Hadley settled in to retire the side and earn the save, his ninth of the year.


Chicago 4, Cleburne 2 – Box Score

The Chicago Dogs (41-30) leveled the three-game set with the Cleburne Railroaders with a 4-2 win on Tuesday night.

The Railroaders struck first when DH D.J. Peterson (2-for-3) scored on a sac fly from RF Hunter Clanin in the bottom of the second. Chicago took control in the next half inning as CF Michael Crouse (2-for-5) hit a two-run home run and SS Harrison Smith (3-for-4) singled home 3B Johnny Adams.

In the eighth, LF Brennan Metzger scored on an error in the top of frame and Peterson singled home 2B Alay Lago in the home half.

Starting pitcher Jordan Kipper earned the win as he tossed six innings and allowed one run on three hits while striking out seven batters. Closer Jeff Kinley earned a four-out save.


Fargo-Moorhead 8, Kansas City 6 – Box Score

With a three-run eighth inning, the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks (41-30) edged the Kansas City Monarchs 8-6 on Tuesday night at Newman Outdoor Field.

The RedHawks were trailing 6-5 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning but RF John Silviano (2-for-4) tied things up with an RBI single that plated LF Jordan George, and, in the next at-bat, CF Alex Boxwell hit a decisive two-run home run. For the RedHawks, 1B Correlle Prime went 2-for-4 with two runs and 2B Manuel Boscan went 2-for-3 with two runs. C Dylan Kelly added four RBIs with a three-run home run in the bottom of the first.

For the Monarchs, RF Gabriel Guerrero, 1B Casey Gillaspie and C Alexis Olmeda each had a pair of hits and a run scored.


Sioux Falls 7, Gary SouthShore 3 – Box Score

The Sioux Falls Canaries (26-43) racked up 14 hits on the way to a 7-3 win against the Gary SouthShore RailCats.

Eight different Canaries tallied hits on the night and six of them recorded a pair of hits. RF Wyatt Ulrich and CF Cade Gotta each had two hits and two RBIs. Ulrich also added two runs. SS Angelo Altavilla, DH Jabari Henry, 1B Trey Michalczewski and LF Mike Hart each added a pair of hits.

For the RailCats, SS Thomas Walraven went 2-for-5 with an RBI and RF Raymond Jones went 2-for-3.

Starting pitcher Blake Svoboda earned the win as he went six innings and allowed two runs on seven hits with seven Ks.


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