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Old 03-20-2019, 05:02 PM   #201
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Walkers news:Sept. 9 -- St. Louis 6, Twin Cities 2

Record: 80-60, 2nd, 2 GB Des Moines
Down 2-0, St. Louis scored three runs in the bottom of the third inning and rode six strong innings from Trevor Bauer for a 6-2 win over Twin Cities at Busch Stadium (1997).
Carlos Santana hit a solo homer and Jeremy Martinez had an RBI single for the Snowcats off Bauer in the top of the second, giving Twin Cities a short-lived 2-0 lead.
The River Walkers came out of the box swinging in the bottom of the inning, as Rhy Hoskins and Nicky Delmonico sandwiched doubles around a Michael Conforto triple to tie the score.
Ender Inciarte later connected for a two-out single off Cats starter Joshua James, making it 3-2.
Delmonico hit a solo homer off James in the third, pushing the lead to 4-2.

Hoskins took reliever Bryse Olson deep in the sixth, as the Walkers went up 6-2.
In his six innings, Bauer allowed two runs on five hits. He struck out four and walked four.
Relievers Josh Lindgren, Phil Maton and Manuel Soliman all went an innings apiece to close it out.
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Walkers news: Sept. 11 -- St. Louis 2, Twin Cities 0

Record: 81-60, 2nd, 2 GB Des Moines
Yu Darvish needed only 98 pitches to toss a three-hit shutout in St. Louis 2-0 victory over Twin Cities at Busch Stadium (1997).
The hits earned by Twin Cities were a one-out single in the first by Eloy Jimenez, a two-out double by Gregory Polanco in the third and a one-out single by Colin Moran in the ninth.
Darvish, who stuck out seven, also issued two walks and saw a Twin Cities batter reach on an error.
The River Walkers got both their runs in the bottom of the fifth off Cats starting pitcher Matt Manning.
Nicky Delmonico drew a lead-off walk and moved to third on a Christian Arroyo single.
Adeiny Hechavarria hit into a double play, but Delmonico scored.

Darvish drew singled, which was followed by a walk to Ender Inicarte that ended Manning's outing.
Chris Sale replaced Manning and allowed an RBI single to Andrew Benintendi.
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Walkers news: Sept. 12 -- Twin Cities 6, St. Louis 5

Record: 81-61, 2nd, 2.5 GB Des Moines
Twin Cities scored four runs in the top of the fifth inning to take the lead and held on for a 6-5 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
Tied 1-1, the Snow Cats put their first three batters aboard against River Walkers starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks to open the fifth.

With relief pitcher Chris Ellis at the plate, catcher Manny Pina then allowed a pitch to against passed him allowing the go-ahead run to score.
Ellis followed with a three-run homer, a 399-foot shot over the left-field fence, as all of a sudden Twin Cities was ahead 5-1.
The Walkers responded with three runs in the bottom of the fifth against Ellis. Will Benson plated the first two with a pinch-hit double.
The Cats added an insurance run against Reyes Moronta in the seventh. Patrick Mazeika led off with a double and scored on a sacrifice fly from Colin Moran.
St. Louis cut the deficit back to 6-5 in the bottom of the seventh. Pina led off with a single and scored on a two-out single from Ender Inciarte.
Despite getting their chances, they left five runners on base over the final three innings, the River Walkers would not score again.
Chris Stratton lasted just 3.2 innings while making the start for the Cats, he allowed just one run on two hits.
Five relievers -- Chris Ellis (1.1 IP), Randy Rosario (1.1), Carlos Alejandro Ramirez (0.2), Anyelo Gomez (1.0) and Thyago Vieira (1.0) -- followed Stratton to the mound, with Ellis earning his first win and Viera save No. 17.
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MBL news: Columbus is first to clinch division title

The defending Midwest Baseball League champion Columbus Golden Bears became the first team in the 2020 campaign to clinch their division.
With a 9-6 win over the Fort Wayne Mad Men, the Golden Bears wrapped up the American League East Division title.
At 95-47, Columbus owns a 21.5-game advantage over Akron with 20 games remaining in the season.
The Golden Bears also own a sizable advantage for the best overall record in the league. Columbus sits 10 games ahead of National League North Division leader Madison.
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Walkers news: Sept. 14 -- St. Louis 10, Twin Cities 7

Record: 82-61, 3rd, 3 GB Des Moines
St. Louis jumped out to leads of 4-0 and 9-2, only to have to hang on for a 10-7 win over Twin Cities at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the River Walkers took three of four games in the series, but have dropped into third place in the National League South Division, three-games behind first-place Des Moines.
St. Louis tallied four runs over the first three innings to build its 4-0 lead.
Rhys Hoskins hit an RBI double off Snow Cats starting pitcher Joey Luchessi in the first inning and a solo homer in the third.
Those were sandwiched around a two-run homer from Nicky Delmonico in the second inning.
A two-run homer from Bo Bichette in the fifth inning off Dillon Peters gave St. Louis a 6-2 lead.
An Andrew Benintendi two-run double off Kevin Chapman highlighted a three-run sixth inning for the River Walkers, who now found themselves leading 9-2.
But the Snow Cats snuck back into it.

Colin Moran and Carlos Santana hit solo homers off reliever Danny Duffy in the seventh inning, pulling Twin Cities to within 9-4.
Hoskins second homer of the game, this one off Chapman made it 10-4.
However, the Cats kept on coming.

A two-run double from Jonathan India off Duffy followed by a Chase Vallot run-scoring single off Grant Drayton, all of a sudden made it 10-7 going into the ninth.
The ninth was no picnic for St. Louis.
Anthony Santander reached on a one-out bunt single against Chaz Roe.
J.P. Crawford drew a walk, before Roe struck out Victor Reyes for the second out.
Roe then walked Gregory Polanco to load the bases.
Daniel Hudson was brought into the game to face right-handed hitter India.
He got the job done getting India to fly out to Benintendi in left field to end it.
Luis Gohara earned the win, lasting five innings during which he allowed two runs on 10 hits. He struck out five and walked two.
It took five relievers -- Phil Maton (1.0), Duffy (1.1), Drayton (0.2), Roe (0.2) and Hudson (0.1) -- to finish off the game. Hudson earned his 13th save.
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Walkers news: Sept. 15 -- Cedar Rapids 11, St. Louis 6

Record: 82-72, 3rd, 4 GB Des Moines
Cedar Rapids scored seven runs over the final three innings to rally from what was once a 5-1 deficit and defeat St. Louis 11-6 at Busch Stadium (1997).
River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola took a 5-4 lead into the seventh inning, but the Golden Grapplers were quick to go to work putting together three consecutive runners, the third of which from Matt Duffy plated a run to tie it.

Jake Diekman stepped in and got an out without allowing a run.
But Reyes Moronta was not as lucky hitting Victor Robles with a pitch to load the bases. He then allowed a two-run single to Alex Bregman, as the Grapplers grabbed a 6-5 lead.
St. Louis tied it in the bottom of the seventh, when a Bo Bichette sacrifice fly scored Joe Mundy.

But the script in the top of the eighth was much the same as the seventh, as Phil Maton also opened the inning by allowing three straight singles, before watching Matt Duffy connecting for a sacrifice fly to make it 7-5.
Bobby Poyner was the next to get an opportunity to cool off Cedar Rapids.
His second pitch eluded catcher Tucker Barnhart and allowed Trevor Story to score.
8-6 Grapplers.
Cedar Rapids poured across three more runs in the ninth, putting the game out of reach.

Bregman started it with a lead-off homer off Poyner. Wilson Ramos later plated a pair with a two-out double off Manual Soliman.
Hour earlier, Cornelius Randolph had hit his first career major league home run in the first inning off Nola, staking the Grapplers to a quick 3-0 lead.
The Walkers answered back with four runs in the bottom of the second, three of them scoring on a homer from Nola.
That put St. Louis up 5-3.
Grapplers starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka went four innings, allowing five runs on five hits.
Five relievers -- David Cullison (2.0 IP), Jacob Rhame (0.2), Ben Bowden (0.1), Ryan Pressley (1.0) and Gerson Bautista (1.0) -- combined to finish the game.
Bowden earned his sixth win of the season.
Nola, who was chasing his 16th win, gave up six runs on eight hits in 6.1 innings.
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Walkers news: Sept. 15 -- Cedar Rapids 4, St. Louis 0

Record: 82-63, 3rd, 5 GB Des Moines
Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Chris Archer worked into the sixth inning and allowed just one hit while combining with three relievers as the Golden Grapplers won 4-0 over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
A two-out single by Tucker Barnhart in the second inning was the only hit allowed by Archer. He three and walked one in his 5.1 innings on the mound.
Tyler Bashlor finished off the sixth inning and worked a scoreless seventh.

Tommy Kahnle and Danny Grigg handled the eighth and ninth, respectively, without incident as St. Louis finished the game with just three hits.
The Golden Grapplers grabbed a 2-0 lead in the top of the fourth, when Trevor Story hit his 27th home run of the season, a two-run blast off River Walkers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer with one out.
Cedar Rapids added its other two runs in the ninth against the St. Louis bullpen. Wilson Ramos scored them both with a one-out single off Reyes Moronta.
Bauer went seven innings for the Walkers, allowing two runs on three hits.
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Walkers news: Sept. 16 -- St. Louis 3, Cedar Rapids 1

Record: 83-63, 3rd, 5 GB Des Moines
St. Louis lost starting pitcher Yu Darvish in the second inning, but that did not prevent it from posting a 3-1 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, the River Walkers salvaged the final game of the three-game series. With 16 remaining in the season, St. Louis sits in third place in the National League South Division, 5-games behind first-place Des Moines.The second-place Golden Grapplers trail the Harvesters by 3.5
Darvish left the game with an undisclosed injury with one out in the second inning and the Walkers leading 1-0.
Manual Soliman took over and turned in probably his best outing of the season, going 3.2 innings where he allowed one run on two hits.
Josh Lindgren (1.2 IP), Jake Diekman (0.1) and Daniel Hudson handled the rest of the game, keeping the Grapplers off the board.
Soliman won his first game of the season while Hudson notched his 14th save.
St. Louis went up 1-0 in the first inning, on a two-out solo homer from Andrew Benintendi off Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Travis Williams.

The Walkers added their second run an inning later on an RBI double from Adeiny Hechavarria.
Their lead trimmed to 2-1, St. Louis got that run back in the fifth on a pinch-hit single from Andrew Toles also allowed by Williams.
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Walkers news: Sept. 17 -- Des Moines 6, St. Louis 3

Record:83-64, 3rd, 6 GB Des Moines
Cody Bellinger hit three solo home runs off St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks in the first six innings to help power Des Moines to a 6-3 win at Busch Stadium.
Bellinger hit solo shots in the second, third and sixth innings, and Raphel Devers socked a two-run blast in the third to power the Harvesters to a 5-0 lead.
Shutout through the first six innings by Des Moines starting pitcher Marcus Stroman (five innings) and reliever Mike Siroka (one inning), St. Louis did bust through for two runs in the seventh -- a two-run homer from Andrew Benintendi off reliever Yonny Chirinos -- and another in the eighth -- a pinch-hit RBI double from Andrew Toles off Rory Stevens -- to trim the deficit to 5-3.
However, a two-out throwing error by second baseman Bo Bichette led to an unearned run for the Harvesters.
Jandel Gustave got the first out of the ninth and Leo Vazquez the final two to close it out.
Stroman allowed five hits in his five shutout innings. He struck out five and walked none.
The save was the third of the season for Vazquez.
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Walkers news: Sept. 18 -- St. Louis 5, Des Moines 2

Record: 84-64, 3rd, 5 GB Des Moines
Andrew Benintendi and Rhys Hoskins hit back-to-back home runs off Des Moines reliever Gabriel Moya in the seventh inning to snap a 2-2 tie and help power St. Louis to a 5-2 win at Busch Stadium (1997).
Benintendi's 35th homer of the season was a two-run smash, while Hoskins' 38th was a solo shot.
Michael Conforto added an insurance solo blast in the eighth off Leo Vazquez.
Luiz Gohara worked the first 5.2 innings for the Walkers, allowing two runs on 10 hits.
Bobby Poyner finished out the sixth and threw a scoreless seventh to help him earn his second win of the season.
Reyes Moronta held the Harvesters scoreless in the eighth and ninth to earn his fifth save.
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Walkers news: Sept. 19 -- St. Louis 4, Des Moines 3

Record: St. Louis 85-64, 3rd, 4 GB Des Moines
Andrew Toles hit a one-out pinch-hit homer in the bottom of the eighth inning to snap a tie and Aaron Nola pitched eight full innings for St. Louis, helping the River Walkers to a 4-3 win over Des Moines at Busch Stadium (1997).
Toles first home run of the season, a solo shot, came off Harvesters relief pitcher Bryan Garcia and snapped a 3-3 tie.
Earlier, Aaron Nola had sent Des Moines down in order in the top of the eighth inning.
In his out, Nola allowed three runs on five hits. He struck out five and walked one, while eventually earning his 16th win of the season.
Grant Dayton recorded the first two outs of the ninth inning, before giving way to Daniel Hudson, who got Carson Kelly to fly out to left on the first pitch he threw.

Unfortunately, Hudson, who earned his 15th save, strained a bicep tendon while throwing the pitch and will be lost for the season.

Rafael Devers and Cody Bellinger hit back-to-back doubles in the first inning off Nola to help the Harvesters seize a 2-0 lead.
St. Louis grabbed a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the second off Des Moines starting pitcher Zach Wheeler. Christian Arroyo drove in two of the runs with a double.
The Harvesters tied it in the seventh, when John Lehto smacked a triple off Nola.
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Walkers news: Sept. 20 -- Des Moines 6, St. Louis 3

Record: 85-65, 3rd, 5 GB Des Moines
Dallas Keuchel allowed one run over seven innings to help Des Moines to a 6-3 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, Des Moines split the four-game series with the River Walkers. The Harvesters remain atop the National League South Division with a three-game lead over Cedar Rapids with 14 games remaining. St. Louis sits five games in back of Des Moines.
The only run Keuchel allowed came in the first inning when Ender Inciarte led off with a double and scored on an Andrew Benintendi ground out.
He held the Walkers without a run over the next six innings, as the Harvesters crafted a 4-1 lead.
A solo homer from Pavin Smith in the second inning off St. Louis starting pitcher Trevor Bauer tied it.
Rafael Devers got to Bauer for a two-run blast in the fourth, his 42nd homer of the season, as Des Moines went up 3-1.
The fifth inning saw Alfredo Rodriguez lead off with a double and score on a one-out single by Khalil Lee.
In his seven ninnings, Keuchel allowed just the one run on three hits. He struck out five and walked one.
Rory Stevens allowed a pinch-hit single to Michael Conforto in the eighth inning, drawing the Walkers to within 4-2.
But the Harvesters got that run back and more in the ninth when Cody Bellinger hit a two-run homer off Bobby Poyner.
Jandel Gustave allowed a run in the ninth, but it didn't mean much as the Harvesters still came away with the win.
Poyner suffered a oblique strain while pitching and is likely done for the season.
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Walkers news: Darvish is done for season

St. Louis has learned that left-handed pitcher Yu Darvish will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn meniscus in a 5-2 win over Des Moines on Sept. 18.
He is expected to be sidelined for three months.

The River Walkers acquired Darvish in a trade with Dayton on June 27.
In 10 starts with St. Louis, Darvish was 4-3 with a 3.09 ERA.
For the season, Darvish was 6-10 in 30 starts with a 3.40 ERA.
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Walkers news: Sept. 22 -- St. Louis 8, Quad City 5

Record: 86-65, 3rd, 4.5 GB Des Moines
St. Louis scored five runs in the top of the third inning on its way to building a 6-0 lead in what turned out to be an 8-6 win over Quad City at Fenway Park (1970).
Andrew Benintendi had the big hit of the third-inning outburst with his 36th home run of the season, a three-run shot off of Quad City starting pitcher Mike Montgomery.
Michael Conforto had an RBI double and Tucker Barnhart plated one with a single to join in the uprising.
Adeiny Hechavarria had a run-scoring single off Jose Almonte in the fifth inning, as the River Walkers lead grew to 6-0.
Shut out for five innings by St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendriks, the Thunder slapped him around for four runs in the sixth.
Orlando Arcia opened the inning with his 27th home run of the season and Meibrys Viloria drove in one with a single.

Two of the runs scored on a fielding error by Benintendi in left field.
Quad City pulled to within 6-5 with a run in the seventh against the Walkers bullpen..
Orlando Arcia singled off John Curtiss and later scored when Derek Fisher singled off Jake Diekman.
But St. Louis got those scores back by scoring single runs in the eighth and ninth.
Rookie Bo Bichette had an RBI single off Sam Howard in the eighth.
In the ninth it was Hechavarria scoring on a wild pitch by Craig Kimbrel.
Hendricks wasn't great but good enough, allowing four runs on eight hits in six innings.
Six relievers were needed to close out for the Walkers. Josh Lindgren got the first two outs of the ninth and Reyes Moronta got Scott Kingery to fly out for his sixth save.
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Sept. 23 -- St. Louis 14, Quad City 2

Record: 87-65, 3rd, 4.5 GB Des Moines
St. Louis scored five times in the first inning and never looked back in a 14-2 rout of Quad City at Fenway Park (1970).
The River Walkers put their first three batters aboard and two of their first three runs came on wild pitches from Thunder starting pitcher Matt Ruppenthal.
Rhys Hoskins collected the game's first RBI with double which scored Andrew Benintendi to make it 2-0.

Back-to-back two-out solo homers from Nick Delmonico and Tucker Barnhart scored the final two runs.
St. Louis other big outburst came in the ninth, by which time it led 10-2.
Delmonico opened the inning with his second solo homer of the game, and 28th long ball of the season,this one off reliever Hyun-jin Ryu.

Another wild pitch, this one from Ryu, scored a run making it 12-2.
Benintendi and pinch-hitter Will Benson also collected RBIs in the inning.
Walkers starting pitcher Luke Gohara earned his 13th win of the season while allowing two runs on four hits over 5.2 innings.
Three relievers -- Tony Gonsolin (0.1 IP), Sarkis Ohanian (2.0) and Manuel Soliman (1.0) -- combined to wrap up the victory.
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Walkers news: Sept. 24 -- Quad City 3, St.Louis 3

Record: 87-66, 3rd, 5 GB Des Moines
Cody Ponce took a shutout into the seventh inning and Quad City posted a 3-2 win over St. Louis at Fenway Park (1970).
With the win, the Thunder took the third game of the series after dropping the first two. The loss dropped the River Walkers, who sit in third place, five games behind first-place Des Moines. St. Louis has nine games left to play.
Scoreless going into the bottom of the fifth inning, Quad City got on the board first when pitcher Ponce drew a one-out walk from St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola and moved to third on an Anthony Alford double.
Both scored when Orlando Arcia connected for a double.
St. Louis got on the board in the eighth, when Adeiny Hechavarria led off with a single off reliever Jimmy Herget and later scored on a Sam Howard wild pitch.

But Quad City got the run back on a solo home run from Derek Fisher off reliever Phil Maton.
The run proved important, as the River Walkers scored once in the top of the ninth on a Hechavarria double off closer Craig Kimbrel, which left runners at second and third with one out.
Jose Almonte then took the mound. He walked Will Benson to load the bases.
However, Ender Inciarte hit into a fielder's choice to end it.
Ponce worked shutout 6.1 innings, allowing just three hits while striking out five and walking one.
The Thunder needed to shuffle through seven relievers to close it out.
No batter record more than two outs -- three of them did that -- Almonte got the final out for his first save.
Nola worked seven innings for St. Louis, giving up two runs on nine hits.
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Walkers news: Sept. 25 -- Springfield 5, St. Louis 2

Record: 87-67, 3rd, 5.5 GB Des Moines
Trailing 1-0, Springfield scored three times in the bottom of the second inning and went on for a 5-2 win over St. Louis at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
A solo homer from Nicky Delmonico off Springfield starting pitcher Justin Verlander in the top of the second inning gave the River Walkers a 1-0 lead.
It didn't last long.
Travis Shaw opened the bottom of the inning with a single off St. Louis starter Trevor Bauer.
Two batters later, the Prairie Fighters had the lead when Dylan Couzens drove a Bauer pitch 422-feet over the wall in left-center field.
Springfield was not done.
Tomas Telis followed with a single. A wild pitch moved him to second.
A Verlander sacrifice bunt planted him at third.
And a passed ball charged to catcher Manny Pina put the Fighters ahead 3-1.
Mookie Betts made that lead 5-1 with a two-run homer off Bauer in the fifth inning.
Verlander pitched five innings, giving up one run on four hits. He struck out three and walked one.
Four relievers -- Eduardo Pardes, Chris Rearick, Arturo Castro, and Gerson Moreno -- all pitched an inning apiece to close out the win.
Moreno earned his 15th save of the season.
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Walkers news: Sept. 26 -- St. Louis 5, Springfield 0

Record: 88-67, 3rd, 5.5 GB Des Moines
Danny Duffy went the distance tossing a five-hit shutout in St. Louis 5-0 win over Springfield at Olympic Stadium (Montreal).
Making his first start since June 11 when he suffered a strained abdominal injury, he missed four weeks and then spent extended time in the minors, Duffy allowed four singles and a doubles over the nine innings.
He struck out seven and walked three.
The River Walkers did most of their damage in the third inning, putting up four runs.
Bo Bichette did much of the damage with a three-run homer off Springfield starting pitcher Collin McHugh.
Tucker Barnhart hit a solo homer off McHugh in the same inning, making it 4-0.
A long ball also accounted for the Walkers final run, Carlos Arroyo delivering a solo shot off Chris Rearick in the ninth.
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