The El Paso Diablos (36-53) scored early and scored often in a 17-5 rout of the Saltdogs (47-42) in front of 862 fans at Cohen Stadium Wednesday night.
After clawing back from a deficit four times, the Saltdogs (47-41) ultimately succumbed to the El Paso Diablos (35-53) in the final at-bat 7-6 in front of 862 fans at Cohen Stadium Tuesday night.
Mike Burns was masterful, twirling a three-hit shutout as the Saltdogs (47-40) blanked the Rockland Boulders (42-43) 4-0 in front of 4,045 fans at Haymarket Park Sunday afternoon.
In another well-pitched game in the Capital City, the Saltdogs (46-40) were upended by the Rockland Boudlers (42-42) 2-1 in front of 4,767 fans at Haymarket Park Saturday night.
David Espinosa hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the 13th to give the Saltdogs (46-39) a 3-2 win over the Rockland Boulders (41-42) in front of 3,935 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night. (MORGAN SPIEHS/Lincoln Journal Star)
The Kansas City T-Bones (34-50) scored five times in the third, and cruised to a 8-1 rubber-game victory over the Saltdogs (46-39) in front of 3,991 fans at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Wednesday night.
Petey Paramore did it all for the T-Bones (33-50), winning the game with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th, as Kansas City toppled the Saltdogs (45-38) 4-3 in front of 3,572 fans at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Tuesday night.
Ian Gac homered and drove in six runs as the Saltdogs (45-37) doubled up the Kansas City T-Bones (32-50) 8-4 in front of 3,933 fans at CommunityAmerica Ballpark Monday night.
Saltdogs RHP Pete Parise was named American Association Pitcher of the week Monday, after going 2-0 for Lincoln during its recent 5-1 home stand. (TED KIRK/Lincoln Journal Star)
Bryan Pounds hit three home runs, becoming just the second Saltdogs player in franchise history to do so, as Lincoln (44-37) drubbed Gary SouthShore RailCats (46-34) 14-4 in front of 5,373 fans at Haymarket Park Sunday evening. (TED KIRK/Lincoln Journal Star)