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Old 04-02-2019, 03:27 AM   #21
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Walkers news: April 28 -- Springfield 2, St. Louis 1

Record: 10-11, 4th, 3 GB Springfield and Quad City
James Paxton pitched seven scoreless innings to help Springfield to a 2-1 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
The Prairie Fighters got both their runs in the fourth inning off River Walkers ace Aaron Nola.
Max Schrock drew a lead-off walk. He stole second and moved to third on a wild pitch.
A one-out single from Ryan Mountcastle scored Schrock.

Mountcastle also stole second and found the plate on a two-out single by Trevor Larnach, which also included an error by right fielder Michael Conforto.
Paxton didn't see much trouble in the first six innings, and then got out of a jam in the seventh.
Andrew Benintendi led off with a double and moved to third on a Rhys Hoskins fly out.
He stayed at third, however, as Paxton struck out Conforto and then after walking Bo Bichette to put runners at the corners he got Nicky Delmonico to fly out keeping it 2-0.
St. Louis threatened again in the ninth when it scored its lone run.
A lead-off double by Ender Inciarte and one-out walks to Rhys Hoskins and Michael Conforto, all from Gerson Moreno, loaded the bases.
Tim Hill then issued the third walk of the inning, this one to Bichette, to make it 2-1.
Nicky Delmonico hit a ground ball to third, which resulted in Hoskins being retired at the plate.
Hill struck out Tucker Barnhart to end it.
The save was the first of the season for Hill.
Nola dropped his fourth decision against no wins. He allowed two runs on five hits in six innings.
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Walkers news: April 29 -- Springfield 6, St. Louis 5

Record: 10-12, 4th, 4 GB Springfield
Signed in the off-season to fill the closer's role, Tommy Kahnle has had his struggles in the first month of the season, and that continued in St.Louis' 6-5 loss to Springfield at Busch Stadium (1997).
Protecting a 5-4 lead going into the top of the ninth inning, Kahnle allowed the first four batters he faced to reach base to help the Prairie Fighters score a pair of runs to grab the lead.
Pinch-hitter Dylan Cozens led off with a double and Max Schrock followed with an RBI single to tie it.
J.P. Crawford and Freddie Freeman both drew walks to load the bases, before Kahnle struck out Eric S. Campbell for the first out.
But Ryan Mountcastle followed with an infield single, second baseman Bo Bichette fielded the ball but had to eat it, to give Springfield the lead.
Rhys Hoskins drove in a run with a triple and Nicky Delmonico had an RBI double, both off Fighters starting pitcher Josh Hader, in the first inning and the Walkers seized a 3-0 lead.
It was 4-3, however, by the time St. Louis batted in the bottom of the second.
Hader drove in two runs with a double, while Schrock and J.P. Crawford plated one piece, with a single and triple, respectively, off Walkers starter Yu Darvish, as Springfield seized command.
St. Louis tied it at 4 in the sixth on a Nicky Delmonico RBI double off Pablo Lopez.
The Walkers were up 5-4 after seven when Ender Inciarte reached on an error by Crawford at shortstop and later came around to score on a Mason McCullough wild pitch.
Hader went four innings, giving up three runs on four hits.
Lopez handed the fifth and sixth innings.
After that, McCullough, Anyelo Gomez, and Gerson Moreno all went an inning apiece.
Gomez earned his second win of the season. Moreno notched saved No. 6.
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Walkers news: Award winners for April

Player of the Month: OF Ender Inciarte: In 21 games, he batted .351 with two home runs and six RBIs. He scored 18 runs while boating an on-base percentage of .384 and slugging percentage of .489.
Starting pitcher of the Month: Kyle Hendricks: In four starts, he was 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA. He pitched a total of 22 innings, posting a WHIP of 0.64 and striking out 16.
Relief pitcher of the Month: Phil Maton: In 13 games, he pitched 10.1 innings and did not have a record. His ERA was 2.61 and he had a WHIP of 0.97. Maton struck out 11 batters.
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Walkers news: May 1: St. Louis 2,. Quad City 1, Game 1

Record: 11-12, 4th, 2.5 GB Quad City and Springfield
Danny Duffy pitched into the seventh inning and the St. Louis bullpen didn't allow a run as the River Walkers edged Quad City 2-1 in the opening game of a doubleheader at Busch Stadium (1997).
Tied 1-1, St. Louis took the lead for good in the bottom of the fifth inning when Christian Arroyo led off with a single off Thunder starting pitcher Mike Montgomery.
Arroyo was eliminated at second when J.T. Realmuto hit into a fielder's choice, but a bunt from Duffy moved Realmuto to second.
Realmuto found third on an Albert Almora single.

Another single, from Andrew Benintendi, chased him home.
Duffy allowed one run on six hits in 6.1 innings. He struck out 10 and walked one.
The River Walkers sent seven pitchers to the mound over the final 2.2 innings.
John Curtisss, who got the final two outs of the seventh inning and the first out of the eighth, and Tommy Kahnle, who took over with a runner on second and no outs in the ninth, finished it off.
For Kahnle, the save was his fifth of the season.
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Walkers news: May 1 -- Quad City 4, St. Louis 3, 11 innings, Game 2

Record: 11-13, 4th, 3.5 GB Quad City
Justin Turner chased home Blake Rutherford with the game-winning run with a two-out single off Omar Garcia to help give Quad City a 4-3 win in 11 innings over St. Louis in the second game of a doubleheader at Busch Stadium (1997).
Rutherford had led off the inning with a double off the River Walkers' Jacob Lindgren.
Garcia then replaced Lindgren and struck out the next two batters -- Rutherford stole second during this sequence -- before issuing an intentional walk to Derek Fisher.
Turner than laced a 2-0 pitch between the hole between shortstop and third base allowing Rutheford to score.
Down 2-1, Quad City got a two-run homer from Turner in the top of the ninth off Reyes Moronta to take a brief 3-2 lead.
St. Louis got one of those runs back in the bottom of the inning, Ender Inciarte singled, stole second and scored on an Albert Almora single, to force the game into extra innings.
Quad City used seven pitchers in the 11 innings. Starter Lucas Giolito left in the third inning with an undisclosed injury.
Jesse Hahn, who tossed a scoreless 10th, earned his second win.

Matt Festa kept St. Louis scoreless in the 11th for his first save.
The Walkers got a solid start from Kyle Hendricks, who gave up one run on three hits in seven innings. He struck out eight and walked two.
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Walkers news: May 2 -- Quad City 17, St. Louis 3

Record: 11-14, 4th, 4.5 GB Quad City
Leading 2-0, Quad City pounded out 12 runs in the top of the second inning to pave the way to an embarrassing 17-3 win over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
With the win, Quad City took two of three games in the series.
Derek Fisher hit a two-run homer off River Walkers starting pitcher Luiz Gohara in the top of the first inning, giving the Thunder a 2-0 lead.
But it was only the beginning.
The second inning saw the Thunder pile up 12 runs on just six hits, as St. Louis absolutely killed itself by and by hitting three batters and walking one and also committing a pair of errors.
The big hits, a grand slam from Miguel Gomez and a three-run blast from Anthony Alford both off John Curtiss.
The effort of Quad City starting pitcher Aaron Blair was lost in all the offense, he didn't allow a run in 6.2 innings giving up just three hits. He struck out four and walked two.
All three River Walkers runs came in the bottom of the ninth when Tucker Barnhart hit a three-run home run off Jesse Hahn.
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Walkers news: May 4 -- Des Moines 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 11-15, 5th , 5 GB Springfield
Nicky Lopez led off the game with a home run and Rory Stevens allowed one run over six innings as Des Moines won 3-1 over St. Louis at Busch Stadium (1997).
The lone run allowed by Stevens came in the fourth inning when Andrew Benintendi tripled and scored on a Rhys Hoskins single.
The Harvesters had gone up 2-0 in the top of the fourth when Kahlil Lee drew a one-out walk from River Walkers starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
Lee stole second and went to third on a throwing error by J.T. Realmuto.
A Nola wild pitch allowed Lee to score.
Stevens allowed the one run on four hits in his six innings. He struck out five and walked none.
Leo Vazquez kept St. Louis off the board in the seventh and eighth.
A 1-2-3 ninth earned save No. 6 for Jandel Gustave.
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Walkers news: May 5 -- Des Moines 5, St. Louis 0

Record: 12-16, 5th, 5 GB Springfield
Jose Berrios threw seven scoreless innings and Zach Britton handled the final two as Des Moines shutout St. Louis 5-0 at Busch Stadium (1997).
Berrios allowed two hits in his time on the mound, He struck out four and walked none. Britton closed it out by retiring six of the seven batters he faced, issuing one walk.
Up from AAA Memphis to make a spot start due to a short-handed pitching staff because of a recent doubleheader, Tyler McKay was impressive with six shutout innings. He scattered four hits, while walking five and struck out one.
However, it didn't remain scoreless long once the River Walkers turned to their bullpen.
Jacob Lindgren allowed a single to the first batter he faced, Nicky Lopez.
The next,. Austin Meadows, hit a two-run home run.
Cody Bellinger hit a three-run shot off Tommy Kahnle in the ninth to boost the Harvesters' advantage.
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Walkers news: May 7 -- St. Louis 5, Dayton 1

Record: 13-16, 5th, 3.5 GB Springfield
Pinch-hitter Albert Almora connected for an RBI single off Dayton reliever Dovydas Neverauskas to snap a tie in the top of the eighth inning and help send St. Louis to a 5-1 win at Memorial Stadium (1986).
The River Walkers added three more runs in the ninth, Rhys Hoskins driving in two of them with a home run off Homer Robles.
St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks didn't get a win, but pitched well allowing one run on six hits over six innings. He struck out four and walked one.
The victory went to Reyes Moronta who handled a scoreless seventh. It took three pitchers for the Walkers to get through the ninth -- Jake Diekman recorded one out and Grant Dayton wo -- and Omar Garcia handled an easy ninth with a four-run cushion.
Dayton starting pitcher Vince Velasquez didn't allow a run but had to depart because of pitch count after just 4.2 innings.
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Walkers news: May 9 -- St. Louis 12, Dayton 0

Record: 15-16, 4th, 3.5 GB Springfield
St. Louis scored single runs in the top of the fourth and sixth innings and then added 10 in the ninth to complete a 12-0 rout of the Fighter Pilots at Memorial Stadium (1986).

With the win, the River Walkers completed a three-game sweep of Dayton winning the final two by the combined score of 22-4 as the Fighter Pilots depleted bullpen was completely out of gas and resorting to use position players on the mound.
In its 12-4 win on May 8, the Walkers had broken open what was a 4-4 game by scoring eight times in both the seventh and eighth innings.
In this one, the Walkers went up 1-0 when Rhys Hoskins led off the fourth with a home run off Dayton starting pitcher Charlie Morton.
The Walkers made it 2-0 in the sixth Adeiny Hechavarria singled with one out off reliever Dovydas Neverauskas and came around to score on an Ender Inciarte single.
The ninth inning 10-run explosion featured a grand slams from Nicky Delmonico and Michael Conforto. It was aided by six walks.
Walkers starter Luiz Gohara worked six shutout innings, allowing six hits while striking out six and walking a pair to earn his third win.
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Walkers news: May 12 -- Cleveland 6, St. Louis 4

Record: 15-17, 4th, 5 GB Springfield
Down 4-0, Springfield used the long ball hitting five home runs over the span of five innings to power its way to a 6-4 win over St. Louis at Cleveland Stadium (1980).
Andrew Benintendi doubled in score in the first inning off Guitar Heros starting pitcher Ryan Crook and Andrew Beninteni hit a bases-loaded double in the second which scored three to help the River Walkers take a 4-0 lead.
But the Heros slowly powered their way back into it.

Austin Rlley led off the bottom of the third with a single off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola and later scored on a Paul DeJong sacrifice fly.
Nolan Arenado added the first of Cleveland's five home runs, a solo blast, later in the inning to make it 4-2.
In the sixth, Giancarlo Stanton hit a solo homer off Nola to end the right-hander's outing.
Reliever Grant Dayton then gave up back-to-back jacks to Zack Collins and Brian Dozier to make it three long balls in a row and a 5-4 lead for the Heros.
Dozier hit his second homer of the game, another solo blast, this one off Jacob Lindren to make it 6-4.
Crook lasted just three innings for Cleveland, giving up four runs on six hits.
Four relievers combined to finish it off. Alex Lange did the bulk of the working going innings third through the sixh. He earned the win, his second of the season.
Giovanny Gallegos tossed a scoreless seventh inning.

Matt Stahm handled the eighth and got the first out of the ninth.
The final two outs were recorded by Jason Foley, who earned his fifth save.
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Walkers news: May 13: Cleveland 10, St.Louis 3

Record: 16-18, 4th, 4.5 GB Springfield
Down 2-0, Springfield scored three times in the fourth inning and three more in the fifth to send it on the way to a 10-3 win over St. Louis at Cleveland Stadium (1980).
With victory, the Guitar Heros took two of three games in the series against the River Walkers.
Jake Bauers led off the fourth with a double off St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks. Paul DeJong followed with a walk and Nolan Arenado chased them both home with a double.
Arenado moved to third on a Giancarlo Stanton single. Zach Collins' sacrifice fly plated Arenado, making it 3-2.
In the fifth it was one swing of the bat, a three-run homer from Stanton off Hendricks, that did most of the work in making it 6-2.
A three-run blast from DeJong off Reyes Moronta made it 10-3.
Guitar Heros starter Yency Almonte went 6.1 innings, giving up two runs on three hits. He struck out six and walked none.
Brian Clark recorded the final out of the seventh.
Giovanny Gallegos allowed a run in the top of the eighth while pitching the final two innings.
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Walkers news: May 14 -- Cedar Rapids 7, St. Louis 1

Record: 16-19, 4th (tied/w. Des Moines), 5.5 GB Springfield
Former St. Louis pitcher Trevor Bauer took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Cedar Rapids rolled to a 7-1 win over St. Louis a Shibe Park (1949).
The River Walkers first hit didn't come until Adeiny Hechavarria connected for a one-out single off Bauer in the top of the sixth.
By that time, Cedar Rapids already owned a 4-0 lead.
The Golden Grapplers struck early with a pair of runs in the first off St. Louis starting pitcher Danny Duffy.
Victor Robles drew a lead-off walk. A single by Alex Bregman moved him to second.
A Wilson Ramos single scored Robles. A Yoan Mocada fly ball later chased home Bregman.
Robles was in on the Grapplers next run in the second. He singled with one out. He stole second and scored on a Bregman single.
Joc Pederson hit a solo homer off Duffy in the third, pushing it to 4-0.
Cedar Rapids got its final three runs in the seventh against the St. Louis bullpen.
Bauer went 6.1 innings, allowing just two hits. He struck out nine and walked one.
Jacob Rhame finished off the final two outs of the seventh inning.
The eighth and ninth belonged to David Cullison, who surrendered a meaningless run.
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