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Old 06-11-2019, 06:52 AM   #181
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July 24 -- St. Louis 4, Cedar Rapids 1

Record: 54-44, 2nd, 5 GB Des Moines
Brendan Spagnuolo allowed one run over six innings and got three shutout inning from the bullpen as St. Louis downed Cedar Rapids 4-1 at Shibe Park (1939).
With the win, the River Walkers avoided getting swept in their three-game series against the Golden Grapplers.
Spagnuolo allowed just one run on three hits in his time on the mound. He struck out two and also walked a pair.
Brad Hand and Bobby Poyner both threw a shutout inning to get the game to the ninth.
But Walkers closer Tommy Kahnle had to get some help after he issued three straight walks to load the bases with two outs.
Phil Maton got it over in a hurry, getting Dominic Smith to fly out on the first pitch he saw to end it and earn Maton his fourth save of the season.
The River Walkers dinged Cedar Rapids starter Carlos Martinez early with a pair of runs in the first inning.
Byron Buxton drove in the game's first run with a single.
Andrew Benintendi, who had doubled, later scored on a wild pitch.
The Grapplers pulled within 2-1 in the bottom of the second after Justin Bour drew a one-out walk from Spagnuolo.
A Trevor Story double moved him to third and Bour scored on a Noah Naylor sacrifice fly.
Rhys Hoskins hit a solo homer off reliever Kelvin Herrera in the sixth, making it 3-1.
Bo Bichette singled off Thomas Burrows in the seventh and scored on a Byron Buxton double to wrap up the scoring.
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Walkers news: July 25 -- Des Moines 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 54-45, 2nd (Tied/w. Kansas City), 6 GB Des Moines
Rafael Devers hit a two-run homer to give Des Moines the lead and six relievers combined to limit St. Louis to one run over the final 5.2 innings after starter Sixto Sanchez left with an injury, as the Harvesters down the River Walkers 3-1 at Labatt Park (Montreal).
Devers broke up a scoreless game with a two-run shot off St. Louis starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks with two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning.
An RBI single from Bo Bichette off Harvesters reliever Mike Soroka sliced that advantage in half.
But St. Louis would not score again as Des Moines took the opener of a four-game series.
The Harvesters notched an insurance run in the seventh after A.J. Pollack drew a two-out walk from Reyes Moronto.
Pollack stole second and scored on a Logan Warmoth double.
Sanchez left the contest with one out in the fourth inning with a sore hamstring.
Sorkoa stepped in to finish the fourth inning. He also tossed a scoreless fifth before leaving after St. Louis got its first run in the top of the sixth.
Frankie Montas got the final two outs of the sixth inning.
Leo Vazquez and Zach Britton worked scoreless seventh and eighth innings, respectively.
A couple of one-out walks from Janel Gustave gave the Walkers life in the ninth.
But Hector Neris came on and to strike out pinch-hitter Javy Baez and got Ender Inciarte to ground out to end it and earn his second save.
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Walkers news: July 26 -- Des Moines 2, St. Louis 1, 13 innings

Record: 54-46, 3rd, 7 GB Des Moines
Logan Warmoth's sacrifice fly with one out in the bottom of the 13th inning off St. Louis relief pitcher Phil Maton scored Cody Bellinger to give Des Moines a 2-1 win at LaBatt Park (Montreal).
Bellinger had opened the 13th with a double off Maton.

A walk to Rafael Devers and single by Austin Meadows then loaded the bases.
Maton got John Lehto to fly out to right for the first out.
Warmoth also hit the ball to River Walkers right fielder Ender Inciarte, but this time Bellinger tagged up and scored the winning run.
Des Moines had not scored since the bottom of the first when it took a 1-0 lead.
Khalil Lee led off with a single off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola.
Lee was wiped out when Nicky Lopez hit into a fielder's choice.

Lopez then stole second and scored on a double by Austin Hays.
Des Moines starting pitcher Jose Berrios took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, when Nicky Delmonico ended it with a lead-off home run to tie it.
Berrios worked seven innings, allowing the one run on one hits. He struck out seven and walked three.
Zach Britton pitched a scoreless eighth inning for the Harvesters.
Jandel Gustave (0.1 IP) and Hector Neris (0.2) combined to handle the ninth.
Jose Nicasio kept St. Louis off the board in the 10th and 11th innings.
Leo Vazquez did the same in the 12th and 13th to earn his third win of the season.
Nola lasted 7.1 innings for the Walkers, giving up the one run on eight hits.
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Walkers news: July 27 -- Des Moines 5, St. Louis 4

Record: 54-47, 3rd, 8 GB Des Moines
Austin Meadows led off the bottom of the ninth inning with a home run off St. Louis reliever Reyes Moranta and Thairio Estrada had a bases-loaded single with two outs off Felipe Jimenez to win it, as Des Moines prevailed 5-4 at LaBatt Park (Montreal).
St. Louis led 4-3 going into the bottom of the ninth, but with their bullpen fatigued, no left-handers could be considered available, it could not hold it.
Meadows, a left-hander, led off with his homer off Reyes.
Reyes walked Cody Bellinger, before exiting in favor of Jimenez, another right-hander.
He gave up singles to Rafael Devers and Billy McKinney to load the bases.
Jimenez got the next two batters to hit into force plays at the plate.
But Estrada's looping liner to left field landed safely bringing home Bellinger with the winning run and giving the Harvesters a third-straight win over the River Walkers.
A meltdown by St. Louis starting pitcher Alex Faedo led to a three-run outburst by Des Moines in the bottom of the fourth.
With one out, A.J. Pollack homered to break up a scoreless game.
With two outs Carson Kelly doubled and scored when pitcher Dallas Keuchel singled.
That's when Faedo really unraveled issuing three consecutive walks, to Kahlil Lee, John Lehto, and Cody Bellinger, to plate Keuchel with the inning's third run.
St. Louis would rally to tie it.
It scored twice in the fifth -- an RBI double from Byron Buxton off Keuchel and the other run scoring on an error by Keuchel -- and one in the sixth -- Javier Baez led off with a single off Keuchel and eventually scored on a Ender Inciarte sacrifice fly -- to even it at 3.
Keuchel allowed two runs on five hits in 4.2 innings.
Frankie Montas wrapped up the fifth inning.
Ken Giles somehow managed to supply three innings of scoreless relief.
Mike Soroka handled the ninth to earn his fifth win of the season.
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Walkers news: July 28 -- Des Moines 3, St. Louis 1

Record: 54-48, 3rd, 9 GB Des Moines
A.J. Pollock hit a two-run double off St. Louis starting pitcher Trevor Hildenberger in the top of the first inning and Des Moines never trailed in a 3-1 win at LaBatt Stadium (Montreal).
With the win, the Harvesters completed a four-game sweep which saw the River Walkers drop from second place and five-games out in the National League South Division standings to third place and nine games in back of the first-place Harvesters.
A two-out walk to Cody Bellinger got things going for Des Moines in the bottom of the first inning.
Singles from Rafael Devers and Austin Meadows off Hildenberger then loaded the bases.
Pollock followed with his two-run double, putting the Harvesters in front for what proved to be good.
Des Moines added its third run in the sixth off Hildenberger.
Devers led off with a single and moved to third on a double by Pollack.
Pollack plated Devers with a sacrifice fly.
Hildenberger was starting for injured rookie Argenis Batista, who is out dealing with a finger blister.
The Walkers got their lone run in the top of the seventh, after Nicky Delmoninco reached on a one-out error by Des Moines second baseman Nicky Lopez.
He scored on a wild pitch by Harvesters reliever Hector Neris.
Dunning was impressive in his 6.1 innings on the mound for Des Moines, allowing no runs on three hits, with 10 strikeouts and no walks.
Neris got the final two outs and would be responsible for the lone St. Louis run.
Zach Britton pitched around a pair of hits while working the final two innings. He earned his third save of the season.
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July 29 -- Detroit 2, St. Louis 0, Game 1 of DH

Record: 54-49, 3rd, 9 GB Des Moines
Darren Miller hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Carson Fulmer worked seven scoreless innings as Detroit downed St. Louis 2-0 in the first game of a doubleheader at Tiger Stadium (1980).
The game was a makeup of a rainout at Busch Stadium in St. Louis earlier this season This made the Tigers the visitors on their home field.
Antonie Duplantis opened the game with a bunt single off River Walkers starting pitcher Argenis Batista.
Three batters later, Miller turned around a 100-miles per hour Batista fastball and hit it 389 feet over the right-field fence.
That was all Fulmer would need. He worked seven innings, allowing just a pair of hits. He struck out four and walked one while earning his eighth win of the season.
Nick Spear tossed a scoreless eighth inning for the Wheelmen.
The ninth belonged to Jose Alvarado (0.1 IP) and Mychal Givens (0.2) with Givens notching his fifth save of the season.
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July 29 -- St. Louis 4, Detroit 2

Record: 55-49, 3rd, 8.5 GB Des Moines
Rhys Hoskins hit a two-run home run off Detroit relief pitcher Carson Smith with no outs in the ninth inning to lift St. Louis to a 4-2 win over Detroit in the second game of a doubleheader at Tiger Stadium (1980).
The River Walkers owned a 2-0 lead going into the bottom of the eighth inning, only to have the Wheelmen's Steele Walker even things with a homer off Walkers relief pitcher Bobby Poyner.
But in the top of the next inning, Andrew Benintendi drew a lead-off walk from Smith and Hoskins followed by hitting a 2-1 pitch from Smith 452 feet to center field to put St. Louis in front for good.
Cardinals starting pitcher Brendan Spagnuolo worked seven shutout innings, allowing four hits while striking out four and walking two.
However, Spagnuolo referenced an injury after the end of his outing. No prognosis had been released by the end of the game.
Eduardo Jimenez got the first out of the eighth inning.
Poyner got the final two outs of that inning, however gave up Walker's game-tying homer in the process, and the first out of the ninth.
Felipe Vazquez recorded the final two outs for his fourth save of the season.
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Walkers news: Spagnuolo diagnosed with torn abdominal muscle

River Walkers starting pitcher Brendan Spagnuolo was diagnosed with a strained abominal strain after working seven shutout innings in St. Louis 4-2 win over Detroit.
Spagnuolo is expected to miss up to five games, but it is uncertain if he will be able to make his next start.
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Walkers news: July 30 -- St. Louis 11, Detroit 3

Record: 56-49, 3rd, 8 GB Des Moines
Down 2-0, St. Louis scored twice in the top of the eighth inning and then tacked on eight more in the ninth as it cruised to an 11-3 win over Detroit at Tiger Stadium (1980).
A two-run homer from the Wheelmen's Kyle Schwarber off River Walkers starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks in the bottom of the fourth staked Detroit to lead that would last until the top of the eighth.
Andrelton Simmons got it started with a lead-off double off reliever Juan Hillman.
An Austin Hedges single off new reliever Jake Diekman sent Simmons to third.
A third straight new reliever, Jose Alvarado, then walked Christian Arroyo to load the bases.
Ender Inciarte chased Simmons home on a fly ball to right field.
A two-out single from Andrew Benintendi later tied it.
In the ninth, a tired Alvarado was ripped for four runs before finally being replaced.
He walked five straight batters, one intentionally, to open the inning.
Bo Bichette drove in a run with a single, before Alvarado's fifth and sixth free passes of the inning made it 7-2.

(At that point, all but one of the Detroit's bullpen members either had been used or been declared unavailable. The only one who didn't pitch was sitting at a 64 percent fatigue rating. Alvarado was the Wheelmen's fifth reliever of the game).
Outfielder Jabari Blash then took the mound and gave up a sacrifice fly to Byron Buxton before Javier Baez followed with a three-run homer to complete the scoring.
Hendricks went seven innings for the Walkers, allowing two runs on four hits. He struck out seven and walked none.
John Curtiss and Brad Hand combined on a scoreless eighth inning, Hand earning his second win in the process.
Eduardo Jimenez allowed a meaningless run in the bottom of the ninth.
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Walkers news: July 31: St. Louis 3, Detroit 0

Record: 57-49, 3rd, 8 GB Des Moines
Aaron Nola tossed his first shutout of the season going the distance in a 3-0 win over Detroit at Tiger Stadium (1980).
With the victory, the River Walkers took the final three games of their four-game series against the Wheelmen.
Nola allowed five hits across his nine innings. He struck out five and walked one.
St. Louis took a 2-0 lead in the top of the second inning when Nicky Delmonico launched a two-run homer off Detroit starter Edward Cabrera.
The River Walkers added their third run in the fifth after Andrelton Simmons drew a lead-off walk from reliever Hunter Greene and came around to score on a fly ball from Ender Inciarte.
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Walkers news: Team awards for July

Player of the Month: Andrellton Simmons: The veteran shortstop hit .266 with three home runs and 14 RBIs in 24 games. He scored 13 runs while putting together an on-base percentage of .337 and a slugging percentage of .468.
Starting pitcher of the Month: Kyle Hendricks: The veteran right-hander went 3-1 in six starts with an ERA of 3.5. He pitched a total of 37.2 innings, during which he posted a WHIP of 0.93 and struck out 35 batters.
Relief pitcher of the month: Bobby Poyner: After a rough first few months, Poyner seemed to get his act together going 3-0 with an ERA of 1.98 in 11 appearances. He worked a total of 13.2 innings,striking out 22 while posting a WHIP of 0.73.
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Walkers news: August 1 -- St. Louis 3, Evansville 0

Record: 58-49, 3rd, 7.6 GB Des Moines
Alex Fredo allowed one run over 6.1 innings and St. Louis downed Evansville 3-0 at Busch Stadium (1998).
Faedo allowed just two hits during his time on the mound. He struck out five and walked none.
He left the game after allowing a single to Seth Beer and hitting Rudy Rott with a pitch in the seventh which led to his departure.
Bobby Poyner came on and struck out the next two batters to keep the score at 4-1.
Tied at 1-1, St. Louis took the lead in the bottom of the fourth inning on a two-run homer from Javy Baez off Big Bosseman starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija.
The Walkers added an insurance run in the sixth when J.T. Realmuto led off with a double off Samardzija and later scored on a wild pitch.
Faedo pitched well allowing one run on two hits over 6.1 innings. He struck out five and walked none.
Bobby Poyner got the final two outs of the seventh inning and the first of the eighth.
John Curtiss (0.2 IP) and Phil Maton (1.0) closed out the win for the Walkers.
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