Lincoln native Nate Wilder belted his first professional home run but the Saltdogs defense doomed them in a 4-2 loss to the Sioux Falls Pheasants in front of 3,305 fans at Haymarket Park Tuesday night.
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Despite home runs from Wilberto Ortiz and Chris McMurray, the Sioux Falls Pheasants downed the Saltdogs 8-4 in the series opener at Haymarket Park Monday night.
Brandon Sinnery was masterful, spinning a shutout to lead the Saltdogs to a 7-0 rubber match victory over the Amarillo Sox in front of 4,339 fans at Haymarket Park Sunday evening.
Wilberto Ortiz hit a two-run walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth to give the Saltdogs a 7-5 win over the Amarillo Sox in front of 5,642 fans at Haymarket Park Saturday night.
Despite a huge night at the plate from Stephen Holdren, the Saltdogs fell to the Amarillo Sox 8-7 in 10 innings in front of 4,163 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night.
Saltdogs players and coaches enjoyed their time engaging patients at Madonna Rehab Hospital during last week's home stand.
Chris McMurray spanked two home runs, Tony Butler was a strikeout machine in his return, and P.J. Zocchi tied a club record as the Saltdogs edged the T-Bones 5-4 in front of 4,606 fans at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Thursday night.
The Saltdogs set a new American Association record by turning five double plays but fell to the Kansas City T-Bones 8-3 in front of 4,031 fans at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Wednesday night.
For the second straight game A.J. Miller came through with a clutch eighth-inning swing, and the Saltdogs capitalized on some sloppy T-Bones play in the ninth to come back and win 9-7 at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Tuesday night.