Sioux Falls 13, St. Paul 12 – Box Score
After a hot start, the Sioux Falls Canaries (12-7) held of the St. Paul Saints to claim a 13-12 win at Sioux Falls Stadium on Saturday night.
The Canaries built a quick 7-2 lead with three runs in the first and four more in the second and they added six more in the fourth-sixth innings. The Saints rallied late, with four runs in the eighth – including a two-run shot from 1B John Silviano (2-for-5) – and put the winning run on base in the ninth but came up one run short after DH Justin Byrd (2-for-4) singled home Josh Allen.
For the Canaries, DH Jabari Henry (4-for-6) homered twice with five RBIs. SS Andrew Ely went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. 2B Grant Kay and CF K.C. Huth each went 2-for-5 with a run scored as well.
Chicago 5, Milwaukee 4 – Box Score
The Chicago Dogs (8-10) edged the Milwaukee Milkmen 5-4 at Impact Field on Saturday night.
The Milkmen struck first with a DH Aaron Hill solo shot in the top of the second inning but the Dogs responded in the third as LF Harrison Smith hit a lead-off homer, DH Joey Terdoslavich singled home 2B Edwin Arroyo (2-for-3) and then scored in the next at-bat with 1B K.C. Hobson’s two-run home run.
The Milkmen tied things back up in the top of the eighth with a sac fly from 3B Logan Trowbridge and a pair of unearned runs as C Christian Correa and Hill each reached on an error. In the bottom of the inning, 3B Blake Allemande singled home Hobson for what turned out to be the game-winning run.
Winnipeg 8, Fargo-Moorhead 2 – Box Score
The Winnipeg Goldeyes (13-8) used a six-run sixth inning to top the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks 8-2 on Saturday night at Newman Outdoor Field.
The Goldeyes were trailing 2-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth but back-to-back doubles from 2B Kevin Lachance and 3B Darnell Sweeney (2-for-4) to lead off the inning quickly changed that. 1B Kyle Martin added an RBI single, C Roy Morales drew a lead-off walk and SS Wes Darvill cleared the bases with a three-RBI triple with two outs to cap the rally.
All nine Goldeyes had at least one hit but Sweeney was the only batter from either team to have more than one hit. For the RedHawks, DH Drew Ward and 3B Leobaldo Pina each had an RBI.