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Old 05-21-2019, 05:11 AM   #61
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Walkers news: Team awards for April

Player of the month: OF Tyler Esplin: So far, Esplin has fared just fine as the replacement for the departed Michael Conforto in right field. The NL rookie of the month, Esplin batted .330 with six home runs and 16 RBIs in 24 games. He scored a total of 18 runs, while posting an on-base percentage of .402 and a slugging percentage of 626.
Pitcher of the Month: Kyle Hendricks: After missing the last month plus of the 2021 season, Hendricks started the new campaign strong winning all five of his starts while posting an ERA of 1.91. The NL pitcher of the month, Hendricks worked a total of 33.0 innings, striking out 34 batters while posting a WHIP of 1.06.
Relief pitcher of the month: Brad Hand: The left-hander had a good first month as a member of the River Walkers, he got into 12 games and posted an ERA of 2.16 over 8.1 innings. He struck out 11 and had a WHIP of 0.96. He didn't figure into a decision or have a save.
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Walkers news: May 1 -- Twin Cities 9, St. Louis 2

Record: 15-10, 2nd, 0.5 GB Kansas City
Twin Cities scored once each in the fourth and fifth innings and then piled on a combined seven in the sixth and seventh to cruise to a 9-2 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the Snow Cats took the final three of the four-game series against the River Walkers.
In that span, Twin Cities outscored St. Louis 17-4.
The key blow came in the sixth inning, by which time the Cats led 2-0.
With two runners on, the Walkers allowed rookie pitcher Brendan Spagnuolo to face pinch-hitter Victor Reyes with two runners aboard and two outs.
Reyes, who had a pinch-hit double the previous game to breakup a close contest, this time hits a 398-foot bomb to make it 5-0.
Colton Welker hit a three-run homer off Brad Hand in the seventh, as the Twin Cities advantage grew to 9-1.
Cats starting pitcher Sam Howard worked just 3.1 innings before leaving with an undisclosed injury, but he didn't allow a run.
He was followed to the hill by five relievers -- Jario Diaz (1.2 IP), Rex Brothers (0.1), Kyle Nelson (1.2), Jared Carkuff (1.0) and Xavier Cedeno (1.0) -- as the Cats knocked the Walkers out of first place in the National League South Division.
Diaz earned his first win of the season.
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Walkers news: May 3 -- Madison 2, St. Louis

Record: 15-11, 2nd, 2 GB Kansas City
Francisco Lindor gave Madison a 2-0 lead when a hit a two-run homer off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola in the top of the sixth inning, and the Muskies made it hold up in a 2-1 win at Busch Stadium.
The loss of the fourth in a row for the River Walkers, who have scored just five runs in that span.

A strong effort from the Muskies pitching staff was led by starter Stephen Gonsalves, who went 5.1 shutout innings allowing just three hits. He struck out seven and walked three.
It took six relievers to handle the final 3.2 innings - Kyle Barraclough (0.1 IP), Luke Gregerson (1.0), Dylan Betances (0.1), Nick Goody (0.1). Trevor Rosenthal (0.1) and Jared Miller (1.0) -- with Miller earning his fourth save of the year.
The River Walkers, who struck out 11 times, got their only run in the bottom of the eighth when it had runners at second and third with no outs.
Rhys Hoskins drove in Tyler Esplin with a ground out against Betances.
But Bo Bichette struck out against Goody and Rosenthal enduced a ground out from Eduardo Escobar to keep the Muskies in front.
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Walkers news: May 4 -- St. Louis 2, Madison 1

Record: 16-11, 2nd, 2 GB Kansas City
Tyler Esplin hit a two-run home run and Kyle Hendricks won his sixth consecutive start to being the season to lead St. Louis to a 2-1 win over Madison at Busch Stadium (1997).
Esplin's homer came with two outs in the fifth inning off Muskies relief pitcher Nick Good.
It drove in Edmond Americaan, who had singled with one out off reliever Carlos Carrasco.
The home run was the seventh of the season for the rookie. It came on a 0-2 pitch and traveled 428 feet.
Madison's lone run came in the sixth inning on a one-out Nick Senzel single off Hendricks.
Hendricks faced just two more batters, allowing a single to Nomar Mazara and getting Matt Olson to ground out, before departing with back spasms.
The Walkers got out of the inning when Brad Hand got Brandon Nimmo to ground out with the bases loaded.
Eduardo Jimenez (1.0), Bobby Poyner (1.0) and Tommy Kahnle (1.0) combined to shutout Madison the rest of the way, with Kahnle earning his sixth save of the season.
Hendricks ended up going 5.1 innings, allowing just the one run on five hits. He struck out six and walked one.
The right-hander is expected to be ready to make his next start.
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Walkers news: May 5 -- Madison 4, St. Louis 3, 11 innings

Record: 16-12, 2nd, 2.5 GB Kansas City
Reese McGuire led off the top of the 11th inning with a single off St. Louis' Reyes Moronta and came around to score on a Cole Brannen ground out to help lift Madison to a 4-3 extra-inning win at Busch Stadium (1997).
McGuire had moved to third when pinch-hitter Chad Pinder followed his single with a double.
With the win, Madison took two of its three games against the River Walkers.
The Muskies had taken a 3-2 lead in the top of the fifth when Nomar Mazara double off River Walkers starting pitcher Alex Faedo and scored on a Francisco Lindor single.
A single by Matt Olson had moved Mazara to third.
St. Louis tied it in the seventh Austin Hedges doubled and scored on a pinch-hit double from Rhys Hoskins off Luke Gregerson.
Madison starter Keegan Thompson worked six innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He struck out one and walked none.
Six relievers combined to work the next five innings.
Only Gregerson worked at least an inning, when he gave up that run in the seventh.
Closer Jared Miller handled the 10th and 11th and earned his first win of the season.
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Walkers news: May 6 -- Cedar Rapids 7, St. Louis 2

Record: 16-13, 2nd, 3.5 GB Kansas City
Alex Bregman and Joc Pederson hit three-run home runs to power Cedar Rapids to a 7-2 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the loss, the River Walkers have dropped seven of their last nine games.
Bregman's blast came in the opening inning off St. Louis starting pitcher Trevor Hilgenberger.
Pederson's turned in his big round-tripper in the fifth off reliever John Curtiss, who had just replaced Hilgenberger.
His home run put the Golden Grapplers ahead 7-1.
Cedar Rapids got a strong start from Chris Archer who allowed two runs on five hits over five innings.He struck out six and walked one.
Michael Kopech (1.2 IP) and Brent Suter (0.2) combined to take care of the sixth and seventh innings.
David Cullison (1.2) got all but the last out to end it.
Jacob Rhame whiffed Rhys Hoskins, the only hitter he faced, to put a cap on it.
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Walkers news: May 7 -- St. Louis 3, Cedar Rapids 0

Record: 17-13, 2nd (Tied/w. Springfield), 2.5 GB Kansas City
Brendan Spagnuolo tossed six shutout innings and combined with four relievers on a shutout as St. Louis defeated Cedar Rapids 3-0 at Busch Stadium (1997).
Spagnuolo allowed three hits while striking out five and walking three during his time on the mound.
Bobby Poyner worked a scoreless seventh inning
Phil Maton handled the eighth and got the first out of the ninth.
Felipe Vazquez retired the only two batters he faced to end it.
Bo Bichette took former River Walkers starter Trevor Bauer deep in the second inning to put St.Louis ahead 1-0.
Nicky Delmonico had a solo shot in the seventh off Jacob Rhame to push it to 2-0.
Bichette collected a second RBI and drove in an insurance run in the eighth with a sacrifice fly.
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Walkers news: May 8 -- Cedar Rapids 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 17-14, 2nd (Tied/w. Springfield), 2.5 GB Kansas City
I should have seen it coming.
Mitch "****ing" Garver.
A scoreless game in the bottom of the seventh inning, Cedar Rapids had runners at second and third with two outs.
Garver was at the plate.

A light-hitting catcher, he already was 0 for 2 but I had a hunch he might do something as he already had thrown out a couple of attempted base stealers.
My ace, Aaron Nola, once again had been dominant and my bullpen was beyond exhausted due to an extended run of short starts by my starting rotation so I left him in.
I got burned, as Garver doubled to the right-center gap scoring both runs.
I did finally score in the bottom of the ninth with two outs on a throwing error by Golden Grapplers third baseman Alex Bregman.
But with the tying run aboard, Danny Grigg struck out Nicky Delmonico to end it.
Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Carlos Martinez, who came into the game with an ERA over 7.00, worked seven shutout innings allowing three hits. He struck out six and walked two.
Danny Cullison and Tyler Bashlor combined on a scoreless eighth inning.
Grigg gave up that unearned run in the ninth and earned his third save.
Nola finished seven innings, giving up two runs on five hits. He struck out eight and walked two.
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Walkers news: May 10 -- St. Louis 2, Kansas City 1

Record: 18-14, 2nd. 1.5 GB Kansas City
Kyle Hendricks pitched six shutout innings to help record his seventh consecutive win dating back to the start of the season as St. Louis defeated Kansas City 2-1 at Kansas City Municipal Stadium (1969).
Hendricks scattered six hits over his six innings. The right-hander struck out five and walked none.
Rookie Tyler Esplin had a hand in both of the River Walkers' runs.
He led off the top of the fourth inning with a double off Kyle Wright and scored on a Rhys Hoskins' sacrifice fly.
Two innings later, Esplin smashed an 0-1 pitch from Wright 401 feet over the fence in right-center field.
Five relievers followed Hendricks to the mound.
Felipe Vazquez handled the seventh inning, while Reyes Moranta, Brad Hand and Eduardo Jimenez all recorded an out apiece in the eighth.
Tommy Kahnle did nail down his seventh save of the season in the ninth, but it was not pretty.
Yordan Alvarez and Yasmani Grandal opened the inning with singles.
Kahnle struck out Freddy Galvis for the first out, only to walk Tyler Wade to load the bases.
Mookie Betts wrapped out the fourth single of the inning.
Alvarez scored but Grandal was thrown out at the plate on a strong throw from center fielder Byron Buxton.
Kahnle followed that with a strike out of Willy Adames to seal the win.
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Walkers news: May 11 -- Kansas City 7, St. Louis 5

Record: 18-15, 2nd, 2.5 GB Kansas City
Down 5-4, Kansas City pushed across three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pave the way for a 7-5 win over St. Louis at Kansas City Municipal Stadium (1969).
The River Walkers had scored twice in the top of the sixth -- Rhys Hoskins with an RBI triple off Pit Masters starting pitcher Pablo Lopez and later scoring on a sacrifice fly -- but their bullpen could not hold the lead.
Relief pitcher Bobby Poyner got a ground out to open the inning but saw the next three reach base to jam the sacks.
Reyes Moronta took the mound, but the Kansas City batters continued to find their way on base.
Mookie Betts drove in one with a single.
Willy Adames chased home two with another single, as the Masters took a 7-5 lead.
Lopez worked 5.1 innings for Kansas City, allowing five runs on seven hits.
The Masters bullpen was much better.
Jace Fry got the final two outs of the sixth inning and tossed a scoreless seventh to set himself up to earn his first win of the season.
Andrew Ryan kept the River Walkers off the board in the eighth.
Ryan Burr did the same in the ninth to earn his 10th save.
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Walkers news: May 12 -- Kansas City 7, St. Louis 1

Record: 18-16, 2nd (Tied/w. Des Moines), 3.5 GB Kansas City
Kansas City pounded St. Louis starting pitcher Trevor Hildenberger for seven runs on 12 hits over 5-1 innings to pave the way for a 7-1 win at Kansas City Municipal Stadium (1969).
With the win, the Pit Masters took the final two games of the three-game series.
Kansas City broke on top 2-0 with a pair of runs in the bottom of the second.

Freddy Galvis and pitcher Trevor Oaks did the honors with RBI singles.
That advantage doubled in the third inning, Yasmani Grandal driving in the first run on a fielder's choice and then Galvis connecting on a run-scoring double for his second RBI of the game.
The game became a blowout in the sixth, the bulk of it coming on a three-run homer from Greg Jones off Hilgenberger.
Oaks was impressive on the mound, with five shutout innings. He allowed five hits while striking out five and walking one.

He improved to 5-1 on the season with the win.
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Walkers news: May 13 -- Fort Worth 4, St. Louis 3

Record: 18-17, 4th, 3.5 GB Kansas City
Keston Hiura snapped a 1-1 tie when he hit a three-run home run off St. Louis relief pitcher Felipe Vazquez in the top of the eighth inning to help give Fort Worth a 4-3 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Joe McCarthy led off the inning with a walk and Jake Lamb singled to bring Hiura to the plate.
Hiura drove the first pitch he saw from Vazquez 410 feet over the wall in left field to put his team ahead by three runs.
The River Walkers scored twice in the ninth -- Byron Buxton with an RBI double and Christian Arroyo plating one with a sacrifice fly -- but with runners at second and two outs Blake Treinen got Tyler Esplin to ground out to end it.
Mad Men starting pitcher Jacob Junis worked four scoreless innings before exiting due to back stiffness.
It took six relievers to handle the final five innings.

Marco Gonzalez, VIctor Alcantera, Braun Miller and Colin Halderman all worked an inning apiece.
Treinen got the final three outs for his first save.
The victory went to Miller, also his first of the season.
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Walkers news: May 14 -- St. Louis 6, Fort Wayne 5

Record: 19-17, 2nd (Tied/w. Des Moines), 2.5 GB Kansas City
Aaron Nola took a no-hitter into the seventh and then watched as the St. Louis bullpen squandered most of a 6-0 lead before holding on for a 6-5 win over Fort Wayne at Busch Stadium (1997).
Nola didn't allow a hit until the top of the seventh when Wilson Contreras doubled with two outs.
Fort Wayne started its comeback in the eighth when an Albert Almora single off Phil Maton scored Jose Pirela to make it 6-1.
In the ninth, River Walkers reliever Bobby Poyner struck out the first two batters but then fell apart.
He walked Tommy Pham and Pirela followed with a two-run homer, pulling the Mad Men to within 6-3.
Keston Huira drew a walk forcing St. Louis to make a mound change.
The ball went to Reyes Moronta and the first pitch he threw Tim Anderson drove 418 feet to slice the deficit to one.
The Walkers stuck with Moronto, who followed by giving up a double to Albert Almora.
Left-hander Brad Hand was called upon to face left-handed hitter Joe McCarthy.
He actually got the job done, getting Joe McCarhy to ground out to seal a heart-pounding win.
St. Louis used the long ball to build much of its 6-0 lead.
Nicky Delmonico went deep twice.
First, with a three-run shot off Fort Wayne starting pitcher Jordan Montgomery in the third inning.
His second was a solo job off Chandler Shepard to lead off the sixth, making it 4-0.
The next batter, Byron Buxton, also cleared the wall with a Shepard pitch.
The Walkers got what proved to be the game-clinching run in the seventh, Andrew Benintendi with a sacrifice fly off Victor Alcantera to score Bo Bichette who had led off the inning with a walk.
All the late game excitement overshadowed an impressive outing by Nola.
In his seven innings, he allowed just the one hit while striking out seven and walking a pair.
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