The Saltdogs (20-15) split a pair of decisions with the Winnipeg Goldeyes (18-16) in front of 5,984 fans at Shaw Park Friday night, winning the first game 3-2 but falling in the nightcap by a final of 4-3.
The scheduled series opener between the Saltdogs (19-14) and Winnipeg Goldeyes (17-15) Thursday night was postponed due to rain. The clubs will play a double header Friday night beginning at 6 p.m.
Mike Burns was outstanding on the hill and Daniel Carroll carried the club at the plate as the Saltdogs (19-14) edged the Sioux City Explorers (14-18) 2-1 in front of 3,091 fans at Haymarket Park Wednesday night.
Richard Salazar carved his way through eight innings as the Sioux City Explorers (14-17) beat the Saltdogs (18-14) 7-1 in front of 2,561 fans at Haymarket Park Tuesday night.
The Saltdogs are proud to announce that the contract of RHP Joe Bisenius has been purchased by the Atlanta Braves Monday. The American Association’s strikeout leader will report to Triple-A Gwinnett and enter the starting rotation. (MEGAN FARMER/Lincoln Journal Star)
Eddie McKiernan was fantastic in a spot start, and the Saltdogs (18-13) exploded for eight runs in the sixth to run away with a 10-2 victory over the Sioux City Explorers (13-17) in front of 2,793 fans at Haymarket Park Monday night. (GWNYETH ROBERTS/Lincoln Journal Star)
Matt Forgatch and Tyler Goodro delivered two huge hits late as the Saltdogs (17-13) were able to ward off the feisty Kansas City T-Bones (13-17) 7-6 in front of 3,232 fans at Haymarket Park Sunday evening.
The Saltdogs (16-13) leaned on strong pitching and timely hitting as they downed the Kansas City T-Bones (13-16) 3-1 in front of 5,263 fans at Haymarket Park Saturday night. (MATT RYERSON/Lincoln Journal Star)
In a game that barely lasted two hours, Lucas Irvine threw his first career complete game as the Kansas City T-Bones (13-15) topped the Saltdogs (15-13) 6-1 in front of 2,613 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night.
For the second time in three days, the Saltdogs (15-12) offense exploded, and Pete Parise went the distance in a 12-4 rout of the Kansas City T-Bones (12-15) in front of 3,556 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night. (MEGAN FARMER/Lincoln Journal Star)