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Old 05-24-2019, 04:13 AM   #81
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Walkers news: May 15 -- Fort Wayne 2, St. Louis 0

Record: 19-18, 3rd, 3 GB Kansas City
Hunter Harvey allowed one hit over six innings and combined with four relievers on a two-hit shutout as Fort Wayne defeated St. Louis 2-0 at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the Mad Men took two of three games in the weekend series with the River Walkers.
The only hit Harvey allowed in his six innings was a one-out single to Tyler Esplin in the first inning.
Harvey (3-2) struck out four and walked one.
Colin Holderman and Marco Gonzalez handled a scoreless seventh and eighth inning for Fort Wayne.
The Walkers did threaten in the ninth.
With one out, Jake Brentz walked Rhys Hoskins, hit Andrew Benintendi with a pitch and issued another walk, this one to Byron Buxton, to load the bases.
Braun Miller got the ball and got Nicky Delmonico to fly out for the second out.
Andrelton Simmons then grounded out to end it.
Fort Wayne got the only run it needed on the first pitch of the game when Tim Anderson pounded a 370-foot homer off St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks.
The Mad Men made it 2-0 in the second after Yonder Alonso reached on a one-out single and later scored on a Tommy Pham double.
Hendrick took his first loss of the season, after a 7-0 start.
He worked six innings allowing the two runs on nine hits.
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Walkers news: May 16 -- St. Louis 2, Detroit 1, 12 innings

Record: 20-18, 2nd (Tied/w. Des Moines), 3 GB Kansas City
Rhys Hoskins connected for an infield single with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 12th inning to score Bryon Buxton from third with the winning run in St. Louis' 2-1 win over Detroit at Busch Stadium (1997).
Buxton had reached on a one-out single off Scott Alexander.
Tyler Esplin followed with another single, before Alexander gave way to Juan Hillman.
A walk to Andrew Benintendi then loaded the bases, bring Hoskins to the plate.
He hit a ground ball which somehow got past Wheelmen third baseman Darren Miller, allowing Buxton to score.
Esplin scored the game's first run in the bottom of the first, doubling off Detroit starting pitcher Carson Fulmer and scoring on a Christian Arroyo single.
The Wheelmen tied it in the seventh after Max Moroff drew a one-out walk from Felipe Vazquez.
Reyes Moronta then took over and walked Justin Upton before recording the inning's second out.
Brad Hand then got the ball and allowed a single to Luis Guillorme, bringing home Moroff with the tying run.
St. Louis starter Alex Faedo allowed no runs on just one hit over five innings, but was undone by five walks.

Six relievers followed him to the mound -- Vazquez (1.1 IP), Moronta (0.1), Brad Hand (1.1), Eduardo Jimenez (1.0), Tommy Kahnle (2.0) and John Curtiss (1.0), -- with Curtiss earning his second win of the season.
Walkers pitchers combined to walk 10 batters in the game.
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Walkers news: May 17 -- St. Louis 9, Detroit 2

Record: 21-18, 2nd, 2 GB Kansas City
Making his major league debut, Argenis Batista pitched into the seventh inning to help carry St. Louis to a 9-2 win over Detroit at Busch Stadium (1997).
Called the majors to replace a struggling Trevor Hildenberger, the 21-year-old left-hander two runs on four hits before being replaced with one out in the seventh inning.
Batista struck out 10 and walked two.
Eduardo Jimenez, who entered the game with two on and no outs in the seventh, did give up a Jonathon Schoop single in that inning as the Wheelmen drew to within 7-2.
But Jimenez got Justin Williams to fly out to end the inning.
Jimenez then worked a scoreless eighth and Phil Maton did the same in the ninth to finish it.
A sacrifice fly from Byron Buxton and RBI single from J.T. Realmuto in he bottom of the first of Detroit starting pitcher Erasmo Ramirez staked the Walkers to a 2-0 lead.
That lead grew to 7-1 after a five-run bottom of the fourth highlighted by a grand slam from Rhys Hoskins off Ramirez.
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Walkers news: May 18 -- Detroit at St. Louis, ppd. by rain

Record: 21-18, 2nd, 2.5 GB Kansas City
The game between Detroit and St. Louis was postponed by rain.
It has been rescheduled as part of a July 29 doubleheader in Detroit.
So much for keeping a balanced schedule, I guess the Walkers will play 83 road games and 81 at home.

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May 19 -- Springfield 9, St. Louis 6

Record: 21-19, 2nd (Tied/w. Springfield), 3.5 GB Kansas City
Down 5-3, Springfield scored three times in the bottom of the sixth inning to take the lead and went on for a 9-6 win over St. Louis at Olympic Stadium.
The River Walkers had taken the lead in the top of the sixth on a three-run homer from Nicky Delmonico.
Two batters into the bottom half of the inning, the Prairie Fighters had tied it when Max Schrock hit a two-run homer off St. Louis starter Brandon Spagnuolo.
Not much later, Springfield had the lead after Andres Jimenez drew a walk from Felipe Vazquez and scored on a two-out triple from Anthony Alford off John Curtiss.
The Fighters piled it on late in the game against the St. Louis bullpen.
Nate Larnach hit a solo homer off Bobby Poyner in the seventh.
J.P. Crawford and Freddie Freeman had RBI singles off Brad Hand in the eighth.
Springfield starter Wade Mliley worked five innings, allowing two runs on four hits.

Six relievers followed him to the mound.
Hunter Strickland (0.1 IP) and Matt Barnes (0.2) handled the sixth inning.
Ryan Pressley, Alex Claudio and Gerson Moreno all went an inning apiece to close it out.
The victory went to Barnes, his first of the season. Moreno earned his ninth save.
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Walkers news: May 20 -- St. Louis 6, Springfield 5

Record: 22-19, 2nd, 3.5 GB Kansas City
Austin Hedges has not done much with the bat since signing as a free agent in the offseason with St. Louis, but he made a big contribution in its 6-5 win over Springfield smacking a solo home run in the top of the eighth inning off Ryan Pressley to snap a 5-5 tie at Olympic Stadium.
A three-run bottom of the fourth inning against River Walkers ace Aaron Nola had staked the Prairie Fighters to a 4-1 lead.
J.P. Crawford had the big hit in that inning with a two-run single.
An inning later, a solo homer from Ryan Mountcastle increased that advantage to 5-1.
But St. Louis crawled back into it.
Nicky Delmonico hit a two-out, three-run homer off Triston McKenzie in the sixth inning.
An inning later, the Walkers tied it when Christian Arroyo led off with a single off Anyelo Gomez.
He stole second and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt from Hedges.
Pinch-hitter Eduardo Escobar chased Arroyo home with a sacrifice fly.
Nola had one of his roughest outings of the season, allowing five runs on 10 hits in six innings.
Brad Hand tossed a scoreless eighth and Reyes Moronto (0.2 IP) and Bobby Poyner (0.1) handled the eighth.
Poyner earned his first win of the season.
Tommy Kahnle pitched around a lead-off single in the ninth for his eighth save.

St. Louis shortstop Andrelton Simmons left the game after making a throw in the third inning.

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Walkers news: May 21 -- Springfield 6, St. Louis 1

Record: 22-20, 2nd (Tied/w. Des Moines and Springfield), 4.5 GB Kansas City
Nate Traylor homered twice and drove in three runs to help power Springfield to a 6-1 win over St. Louis at Olympic Stadium.
Down 1-0, the Prairie Fighters took the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Trevor Larnach tied it with an RBI triple off River Walkers starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks.
The next batter, Ryan Mountcastle, followed with a two-run homer putting Springfield up 3-1.
Traylor would hit his first homer when he led off the bottom of the sixth with a long ball off Hendricks.
In the eighth, he took Traylor deep a two-run shot which wrapped up the scoring for the night.
Springfield starter Shelby Miller came into the game with an ERA over 9.00. He lowered it significantly by allowing one run on three hits over six innings.
Matt Barnes (1.1 IP), Triston McKenzie and Alex Claudio combined to close out the win for the Fighters.
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Walkers news: May 22 -- Springfield 5, St. Louis 3

Record: 22-21, 4th, 4.5 GB Kansas City
St. Louis starting pitcher Alex Faedo limited Springfield to one run and a single hit before exiting after six innings, in the seventh inning it all fell apart as the Prairie Fighters put up three runs and went on for a 5-3 win at OIympic Stadium.
With the win, Springfield took three of four games in the weekend series between the National League South Division rivals.
Trailing 3-1, their only hit had been a solo homer from Trevor Larnach in the fourth inning, the Fighters immediately took it to St. Louis reliever Felipe Vazquez in the seventh.
Freddie Freeman drew a lead-off walk and Larnach followed with his second homer of the game to tie it.
John Curtiss then took the mound for the River Walkers and kept it going by walking Ryan Mountcastle.
After an out, Bobby Poyner took over and allowed a single to Max Schrock, putting runners at the corners.
Schrock stole second base, leading to an intentional walk to batter Patrick Mazeika.
Reyes Moronto came on with the bases loaded and walked Mario Arana to bring home Mountcastle with the go-ahead run.
Springfield added an insurance run in the eighth on a two-out single from Max Schrock off Phil Maton.
Prairie Fighters ace James Paxton lasted just 4.1 innings, allowing three runs on three hits. He was hurt by five walks.

Seven relievers combined to close out the game.
Anyelo Gomez, finished the fifth and got the first out of the sixth, and Gerson Moreno, who pitched both the eighth and ninth, were the only hurlers to work at least an inning.
Alex Claudio got the final out of the seventh inning and earned his first win of the season.
Moreno notched his 10th save.
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Walkers news: May 24 -- Quad City 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 22-22, 4th, 4.5 GB Kansas City
Quad City starting pitcher Matt Ruppenthal allowed one run over five innings and three relievers tossed shut-out ball the rest of the way as Quad City downed St. Louis 3-1 at Busch Stadium (1997).
Ruppenthal allowed one run on five hits over the opening five innings as the Thunder opened a 3-1 lead.
Veteran right-hander Justin Verlander shutout the River Walkers over the sixth and seventh innings.
The eighth and ninth belonged to J.D. Hammer and Jimmy Herget respectively, as they also did not allow St. Louis to score.
A two-out solo homer from Eric Hosmer off Walkers starting pitcher Argenis Batista in the top of the second put Quad City up 1-0.
Vince Fernandez doubled and scored on a Scott Kingery in the third as the Thunder's lead reached 2-0.
Fernandez hit a solo homer off Batisita in the fifth for the game's final run, as the Thunder took a 3-1 lead.
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Walkers news: May 24 -- Quad City 8, St. Louis 7

Record: 22-23, 4th, 4.5 GB Kansas City
A pair of four-run innings staked Quad City to an 8-0 lead and then the Thunder held on to defeat St. Louis 8-7 at Busch Stadium (1997).
Derek Fisher hit a two-out grand slam off River Walkers starting pitcher Brandon Spagnuolo in the third inning to put the Thunder up 4-0.
In its four-run fourth, Quad City rapped out three hits but were helped by a wild pitch which scored a run and a hit by pitch and walk which occured with the bases loaded.
St. Louis quickly got back into it with a six-run bottom of the fifth.
Tyler Esplin drove in three of the runs with a homer off Quad City starter Franklin Perez while Bo Bichette plated two with a double.
The River Walkers pulled to within a run in the seventh on an RBI double from Austin Hedges off Justus Sheffield.
But they ended that inning stranding runners at the corners and did not have a base runner the rest of the way.
Perez worked 4.1 innings, allowing six runs on seven hits.
Sheffield earned the win, his first, after going 1.2 innings.
Evan Steele, Abel M. De Los Santos and Jimmy Herget all worked an inning to close it out.
Herget earned his 12th save.
St. Louis third baseman Nicky Delmonico left the game after injuring himself making a throw. He was diagnosed with back spasms is expected to miss four games.
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Walkers news: May 26 -- Quad City 9, St. Louis 6

Record: 22-24, 5th, 5 GB Kansas City
Quad City smacked five home runs on its way to defeating St. Louis ace Aaron Nola in a 9-6 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Nola allowed three of those home runs --two of them to Aaron Nola, a two run shot in the first and a solo homer in the fifth and one to Blake Rutherford in the second which scored two -- as the Thunder took a 5-2 lead while Nola was on the mound.
With the win, Quad City swept the three-game road series.
The River Walkers did draw close for a bit, Rhys Hoskins solo homer off Quad-City reliever Jacob deGrom, did pull them to within 5-4.
However, Bobby Poyner penchant for giving up the long ball struck again in the top of the eighth, as Miguel Gomez hit one worth two runs and Scott Kingery blasted one worth one as Quad City went up 8-4.
Austin Hedges two-run homer off Evan Steele in the bottom of the eighth made it 8-6.
And with the help of another insurance run in the bottom of the eighth, Blake Rutherford scoring the run when a walk was called on Phil Maton, Quad City went on to complete the sweep.
It took the Thunder six pitchers to get through this one.
Michael Santos handled the opening 4.1 innings, allowing two runs on six hits.
P.J. Canlon handled the next 1.2 innings and earned his second win of the season.
de Grom, Evan Steele, Verlander and J.D. Hammer all handled an inning apiece to close it out.
Hammer earned his second save of the season.
Conlen notched his second win after ending the fifth inning.
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Walkers news: May 27 -- St. Louis 4, Green Bay 0 -- Hendricks with rain-shortened no-hitter

Record: 23-24, 4th, 4 GB Kansas City
Coming off an injury-plagued 2021 season, Kyle Hendricks has ranked among the best pitchers in the Midwest Baseball League in 2022 but he probably has never been better than he was in a 4-0 rain-shortened win over Green Bay at War Memorial Stadium.
Hendricks (8-2) tossed a no-hitter in a game that was called because of rain after five innings.
He allowed just one baserunner -- on a two-out walk to Ernesto Adames in the bottom of the fifth inning -- while striking out eight.
Offensively, the River Walkers were powered by the long ball getting solo homers from Bo Bichette off Long Haulers starting pitcher Kodi Mederios the first inning and Andrew Benintendi and Tyler Esplin in the fifth off reliever Jason Jester.
J.T. Realmuto had an RBI double off Medeiros in the fourth to make it 2-0.
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Walkers news: May 28 -- Green Bay 5, St. Louis 1

Record: 23-25, 5th, 5 GB Kansas City
Addison Russell doubled, homered and drove in four runs to help lead Green Bay to a 5-1 win over St. Louis at War Memorial Stadium.
A solo homer in the top of the third off Long Haulers starting pitcher Gerrit Cole from Andrew Benintendi staked the River Walkers to a 1-0 lead.
But Green Bay tied in the fourth when Aaron Judge drew a one-out walk from St. Louis starting pitcher Alex Faedo and came around to score on a Bobby Gulden single.
Following walk to Brandon Lowe to load the bases, Russell came through with the inning's big blow when he cleared the bags with a double, making it 4-1.
Russell got to Faedo again in the sixth when he led off the inning with his fifth homer of the season.
On the mound, Cole went five innings allowing one run on two hits.
Jake McGee, Kenley Jansen, Richard Lovelady and Bryan Shaw all worked an inning apiece to close out the win.
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Walkers news: May 29 -- Green Bay 3, St. Louis 2

Record: 23-26, 5th, 6 GB Kansas City
Anthony Rendon and Bobby Bradley hit sixth-inning solo home runs off St. Louis starting pitcher Argenis Batista to rally Green Bay for a 3-2 win at War Memorial Stadium.
With the win, Green Bay took the final two games of the three-game weekend series.
The River Walkers scored a pair of runs off Long Haulers starting pitcher Max Scherzer to take a 2-0 lead in the top of the third ining, but those were all the runs they could muster.
Alek Thomas had an RBI single in the bottom of the third for Green Bay.
Rendon led off the sixth with his solo home run.
Batista struck out Marcell Ozuna before Bradley smacked the second pitch he saw 384 feet over the fence in left.
Scherzer worked 5.1 innings, allowing two runs (none earned) on four hits.
Jason Jester finished the sixth inning for Green Bay.
The rest of the contest was handled by Luis Angel Medina (1.0 IP), Richard Lovelady (0.2), Jake McGee (0.1) and Nick Burdi (1.0).
Burdi posted his 12th save of the season.
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Walkers news: May 30 -- Chicago 1, St. Louis 0, 10 innings

Record: 23-27, 5th, 6.5 GB Springfield
Cruz Calderon broke up a scoreless game when he led off the bottom of the 10th inning with a home run off St. Louis closer Tommy Kahnle to lift Chicago to a 1-0 win at Wrigley Field (1969).
Calderon smashed the third pitch he saw from Kahnle 381 feet over the wall in right-center field for his 18th home run of the season.
Both teams had chances to win it in regulation.
St. Louis had the bases loaded with one out in the ninth only to see G-Men relief pitcher Chris Rodriguez come on and strike out Nicky Delmonico and Austin Hedges to get out of the inning.
Chicago left a total of 11 runners on base, while the River Walkers stranded four.
G-Men starting pitcher Sonny Gray went six shutout innings, allowing just one hit. He struck out seven and walked none.
Alex Cobb and Jorge Guzman both supplied a scoreless inning of relief in the seventh and eighth, respectively.
Michael Feliz got the first out of the ninth before Rodriguez, who was making his major league debut, came on to get his two big strikeouts.
He then tossed a scoreless top of the 10th, setting himself up for his first win in the big leagues.
The Walkers wasted a strong start from Brandon Spagnuolo, who allowed six hits and no runs over 5.1 innings.
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Walkers news: May 31 -- St. Louis 5, Chicago 2

Record: 24-27, 5th, 6.5 GB Kansas City
Aaron Nola allowed one run over eight inning to help lift St. Louis to a 5-2 win over Chicago at Wrigley Field (1969).
Nola allowed nine hits but scattered them while striking out seven and walking none.
John Curtiss handled the ninth inning, giving up a solo homer to Victor Caratini.
An RBI single from J.T. Realmuto off G-Men starter Nathan Karns scored Christian Arroyo to snap a 1-1 tie and give the River Walkers the lead for good in the top of the second inning.
Rookie Tyler Esplin smacked his 11th homer of the season in the third off Karns, making it 4-1.
Arroyo connected for his first homer of the season in the sixth off Alex Cobb.
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