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Old 02-24-2019, 03:42 AM   #61
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Walkers news: May 29 -- St. Louis 4, Madison 2

Record: 26-21, 2nd (Tied/w. Cedar Rapids), 5 GB Des Moines
Rhy Hoskins gave St. Louis the lead for good with a two-run homer in the third inning and drove in three runs altogether to help the River Walkers end a six-game losing streak with a 4-2 win over Madison at Comiskey Park.
Hoskins two-run blast came off Muskies starting pitcher Sal Romano.

He later drove in the River Walkers' final run with a one-out single off Juan Minaya in the ninth inning. Ender Inciarte's run made it 4-2.
Nicky Delmonico delivered St. Louis other run with a solo homer off Romano in the sixth.
St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola turned in a solid outing, lasting six inning during which he allowed one run on three hits. He struck out nine and walked two.
Four relievers -- John Curtiss (0.2 IP), Jake Diekman (0.2), Reyes Moronta (0.2) and Daniel Hudson (1.0) -- combined to finish the game. Hudson earned his second save with a scoreless ninth.
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Walkers news: May 30 -- Madison 6, St. Louis 4

Record: 27-22, 2nd (Tied/w. Cedar Rapids), 6 GB Des Moines
Madison cranked three home runs off St. Louis starting pitcher in the bottom of the second inning, helping propel the Muskies to a 6-4 victory at Comiskey Park.
With the win, the Muskies and River Walkers snapped their four-game series.
Corey Dickerson and Chad Pinder opened the second with back-to-back homers, wiping out an early 1-0 Walkers lead.
After a two-out single from Nick Senzel, Kevin Kiermaier also joined the home run parade with a 425-foot shot to make it 4-1.
Senzel would add a fourth home run for the Muskies, this one a two-run shot off reliever Phil Maton, in the seventh inning extending the lead to 6-1.
A three-run top of the eighth would draw St. Louis back to within 6-4.
But Tyler Webb pitched around a two-out double by Albert Almora, getting Andrew Benintendi to ground out to end the game.
Madison starting pitcher Lucas Gilbert got quite the workout. He pitched seven innings, allowing four runs on six hits. He struck out eight and walked three and tossed a mind-boggling in this day-and-age 148 pitches.
Webb kept St. Louis scoreless in the final two innings for his second save.
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Walkers news: Team awards for May

Player of the Month: OF Andrew Benintendi: Last year's NL MVP had another strong month batting .298 with seven homers and 18 RBIs in 28 games. He also scored 21 runs while boasting an OBP of .350 and slugging percentage of .553.
Starting Pitcher of the Month: Aaron Nola: In five starts, Nola went 5-3 with a 3.41 ERA. He pitched a total of 29.0 innings and struck out 31 batters. They had a WHIP of 1.03 against him.
Relief pitcher of the Month: Reyes Moronta: The young right-hander appeared in 12 games, going 0-1 with a pair of saves. He had an ERA of 0.87 and struck out 13 batters in 10.1 innings. He offered up a WHIP of 1.55.
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Walkers news: June 1 -- St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 0

Record: 28-22, 2nd (Tie/w. Cedar Rapids), 6 GB Des Moines
Trevor Bauer and the St. Louis bullpen combined on a shutout as the River Walkers down Milwaukee 6-0 at Busch Stadium.
Bauer worked the first seven innings, allowing just two hits while striking out 10 and walking two.
John Curtiss handled the eighth inning without giving up a run. Josh Lindgren did the same in the ninth to finish it off.
Albert Almora scored the only run the Walkers would need in the third, when he led off with double and scored on a Rhys Hoskins sacrifice fly off Keg Lifters Daniel Mengden.
Almora would hit three doubles in the game.

The first major league homer from Will Benson in the fourth inning, made it two.
St. Louis broke it open with a four-run seventh. Tucker Barnhart drove in the first two runs with a bases-loaded single. Jin-hwan Chung and Benson also had run-scoring single.
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Walkers news: June 3 -- St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 0

Record: 30-22, 2nd, 6 GB Des Moines
Aaron Nola handled the first 5.1 innings and the St. Louis bullpen did the rest as the River Walkers downed Milwaukee 4-0 at Busch Stadium.
The win was the third straight for the Walkers over the Keg Lifters. They've allowed just one run in the three games with one game remaining.
Nola scattered four hits during his 5.1 innings. He struck out six and walked two.

Four relievers --Grant Dayton (0.2 IP), Phil Maton (0.2), Jake Diekman (1.1) and Bobby Poyner (1.0) -- combined to finish off the whitewashing.
St. Louis grabbed a 3-0 lead in the third inning when Andrew Benintendi slammed a three-run homer off Milwaukee starter Jake Arrieta.

An RBI single from Nicky Delmonico in the seventh upped the advantage to 4-0.
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Walkers news: June 4 -- St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 1

Record: 31-22, 2nd, 5 GB Des Moines
St. Louis broke loose for four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to snap a 1-1 tie and open the door for a 5-1 win over Milwaukee at Busch Stadium.
With the win, the River Walkers swept the four-game series during which they limited the Keg Lifters to just two runs.
St. Louis starter Danny Duffy tossed six innings, he faced one batter in the seventh, allowing a single before departing, allowing just one run on seven hits. He struck out five and walked one.
Lifters starting pitcher Andrew Triggs tossed five shutout innings. He gave up five hits, while striking out four. He walked none.
Milwaukee struck first, with Luis Alexander Busabe hitting a solo homer off Duffy in the sixth inning.
St. Louis answered back in the bottom half, tying it when Nicky Delmonico went yard off Milwaukee reliever Arquimedes Caminero.
The Walkers busted it open an inning later with their four-spot.
Matt Bowman allowed St. Louis' first three batters to reach, loading the bases.
He got a runner on a force play at home, but followed it with a run-scoring walk to Andrew Benintendi.
Trevor Gott took over the mound duties, but did the same thing issuing a free pass to Rhys Hoskins.
Delonico got the bat on the ball to score the inning's final two runs, with a single off Gott.
Three relievers went a scoreless inning apiece -- Reyes Moronta (1.0 IP), Josh Lindgren (1.0) and John Curtiss (1.0) -- to close out the win.
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Walkers news: June 7 -- Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 5

Record: 33-23, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Milwaukee clocked St. Louis starter Luis Gohara for five runs in the first two inning and then held on for a 6-5 win to avoid a three-game sweep and stop the River Walkers' six-game win streak at Busch Stadium.
Justin Williams had an RBI single in the first inning.
The second inning saw Max Moroff drive in two with a double and Justin Upton a pair with a single, as the Keg Lifters grabbed a 5-0 advantage.
St. Louis tried to chip away.
Jin-hwan Chung's solo homer off Milwaukee reliever Juan Hillman int he sixth inning made it 5-4.
But Justin Smoak got that run back with an RBI double off Jake Diekman in the seventh.

St. Louis would not score again, as Milwaukee grabbed the win.
Carson Fulmer handled the first three innings for the Lifters, allowing three runs on six hits.
It took six relievers -- Juan Hillman (1.2 IP), Brad Roney (0.1), Joe Palumbo (1.0), Scott Alexander (0.0), Eduardo Jimenez (1.0) and Jose Alvarado (1.0) -- to finish the game out.
Alvarado pitched around a walk in the ninth to earn his 10th save.
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Walkers news: June 9 -- Fort Wayne 4, St. Louis 0

Record: 33-24, 2nd (tied/w. Cedar Rapids), 4 GB Des Moines
Jeff Hoffman kept St. Louis scoreless for 5.1 innings and five relievers retained the shutout the rest of the way, as Fort Wayne won 4-0 at Busch Stadium.
The Mad Men got the only runs they would need in the top of the first when Ademar Rifaela hit a two-run homer off River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
Fort Wayne added two insurance runs in the eighth inning.Joey Votto drove in one with a sacrifice fly. A wild pitch by reliever Grant Dayton scored the other.
Hoffman scattered four hits over his 5.1 innings. He struck out two and walked two.The five relievers -- Ryan Tepera (0.2 IP), Nick Goody (0.1), Kelvin Herrera (0.2), Dan Jennings (1.0) and Jake Brentz (1.0) -- limited St. Louis to two hits and walk over the final 3.2 innings.
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Walkers news: June 10 -- St. Louis 1, Fort Wayne 0

Record:34-24, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
One good shutout deserves another -- but this time the tables were turned
Danny Duffy tossed seven shutout innings and got help from a trio of relievers as St. Louis defeated Fort Wayne 1-0 at Busch Stadium.
Duffy scattered three hits over his seven frames. He struck out seven and walked one.
Jake Diekman (1.0 IP) and Reyes Moronta combined to keep the Mad Men off the scoreboard in the eighth. Grant Dayton handled the ninth for his second save.
The game's lone run came all the way back in the first inning, when Rhys Hoskins, Michael Conforto and Jin-hwan Chung strung together consecutive two-out singles against Mad Men starter Aaron Meyer.
Other than that, Meyer was solid allowing just the single run on five hits in four innings.
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Walkers news: June 11 -- Fort Worth 9, St. Louis 7

Record: 31-25, 2nd, 4 GB Des Moines
Fort Wayne scored four times in the top of the seventh inning to take a five-run lead and held on for a 9-7 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium.
With the victory, the Mad Men took two of three games in the series.
A two-run homer from Tim Anderson in the third inning off River Walkers starting pitcher staked Fort Wayne to a 2-0 lead.
Joe McCarthy had a two-run blast of his own off Hendricks in the fifth, as the Mad Men lead reached 4-1.

Pinch-hitter Manny Margot connected for an RBI single off reliever John Curtiss in the sixth, making it 5-1.
However, St. Louis sliced that advantage down to 5-4 when Manny Pina cranked a three-run homer off Fort Wayne reliever Hector Neris.
Fort Wayne answered back with four in the top of the seventh.
The Mad Men benefited from four walks -- including one with the bases loaded to Cesar Hernandez -- while Tommy Pham drove in the first run with a single. The final two came on a single by pinch-hitter Tyler Naquin.
Reliever Phil Maton was on the mound for St. Louis when all four runs scored.
The Walkers would not go away.

They scored three times in the eighth -- Michael Conforto had an RBI double off reliever Kelvin Herrara, while Nicky Delonico hit a two-run homer off Nick Goody -- but they could not manage any more.
Jake Bretnz working around a one-out hit by pitch in the ninth to earn his 11th save.
Fort Wayne starting pitcher Taylor Roark allowed one run on four hits over 4.2 innings.
It took six relievers to finish the game. Chih Hu, who got the final out of the fifth inning, earned his third win of the season.
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