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Milwaukee Milkmen 5, Chicago Dogs 6 – Box Score

 

The Milwaukee Milkmen (18-16) fell to the Chicago Dogs (22-12) on the road on Tuesday afternoon at Impact Field.

 

Milwaukee opened the scoring in the third inning with two runs by Chad Sedio and Mason Davis off of a single hit by Dylan Kelly. The Milkmen added to their lead after a two-run home run hit by Logan Trwobridge in the fourth. 

 

Chicago answered with a two-run home run of their own in the fourth by Connor Kopach to cut the lead back to two. Chicago scored three more runs in the seventh inning to take the lead for the first time in the game with a single hit by Ryan Lidge that scored Charlie Tilson and Connor Kopach.

 

Winning pitcher Brian Schlitter threw for 1.2 innings, allowing one hit and zero runs.

 

Winnipeg Goldeyes 1, Cleburne Railroaders 3 – Box Score

 

Cleburne Railroaders (10-24) took the first win of the series against the Winnipeg Goldeyes (17-17). 

 

Kacy Clemens opened the scoring with a two-out, solo home run to the left-center in the bottom of the second to give Cleburne a 1-0 lead.

 

After Railroaders’ starter Kody Bullard recorded back-to-back strikeouts, Max Murphy lined a single to center that scored Pompey with the tying run.

 

Back-to-back doubles from Edwin Arroyo and Chuck Taylor in the bottom of the fifth produced the game’s final run.

Bullard (3-3) picked up the win, allowing one earned run on five hits over five innings.  Bullard walked one and struck out five. Goldeyes’ starter Landen Bourassa (0-1) took the loss, allowing three earned runs on seven hits over seven innings.

Fargo 13, Lake Country 4 – Boxscore

Fargo improves record (25- 10) with a 13 – 5 win over Lake Country (14-22) in a weather-shortened game at Wisconsin Brewing Company Park.

Kevin McGovern became the winningest pitcher in American Association history last night with his 56th career win.

Lake Country got to McGovern early scoring two runs on three hits in the bottom of the first.

Fargo answered quickly with one run in the second followed by two in the third to take the lead. Lake Country took back the lead in the bottom of the third stringing together four hits and scoring three runs.

Fargo broke the game open in the top of the fourth scoring seven runs to take the lead. Fargo sent a whopping 13 batters to the plate in the top of the fourth and had a total of five hits in the inning by Christian Correa (2), Sam Dexter, Evan Alexander, and Rymer Liriano.

McGovern got the win throwing five innings and giving up five earned runs on eight hits. McGovern struck out three and walked one.

 

Kane County Cougars (17-17) 4, Gary SouthShore Railcats (17-19) 8 – Box Score

 

The Cougars fall to the Railcats on Tuesday night in the U.S. Steel Yard.

 

Gary Southshore picked up 3 runs in the 2nd inning due to back-to-back home runs by Sam Abbott and Chris Burgess, Alec Olund scored as well. 

 

The Railcats kept up the bats into the 3rd inning as they collected two more runs with a double by Michael Cruz that scored Michael Woodworth. The Cougars put up 2 runs in the 6th inning from a single by B.J. Lopez that scored Dylan Busby.

 

The winning pitcher on the night was Nick Garcia, who threw 5 innings, allowing 3 earned runs, and striking out 2.

 

Sioux City Explorers (14-19) 6, Kansas City Monarchs (23-11) 8 – Box Score

 

The Explorers can’t keep up with the Monarchs on Tuesday night at Legends Field.

 

On the third pitch of the game, Chase Harris hit a solo home run that put up an early run for Sioux City. In the bottom of the 2nd, Jan Hernandez sent a ball over the fence that would give the Monarchs their first run of the game.

 

Later in the game, Sioux City would string together some hits that scored Chase Harris, Trey Martin, and Danny Amaral.

 

The Monarchs found their groove in the bottom of the 8th when they scored 5 runs that started from a David Thompson home run that scored Matt Adams.

 

Frank Rubio earned the win on the mound when he came into the 8th inning, striking out two, and allowing 0 runs.

 

Lincoln Saltdogs (19-14) 6, Sioux Falls Canaries (10-25) 4 – Box Score

 

The Saltdogs put together a couple of late hits to beat the Canaries on Tuesday night at Sioux Falls Stadium.

 

Osvaldo Martinez hit a home run in the first inning that scored Wyatt Ulrich. Lincoln answered back in the third when Ryan Long did the same that scored Randy Norris.

 

With the game tied up, Ryan Long sent another ball over the fence that would put the Saltdogs ahead.

 

Carter Hope picked up the win from his 1.1 innings pitched and 0 earned runs. Steffon Moore got the save after tossing 2 innings, allowing 0 runs, and striking out 3.

 

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