Stephen Bougher was brilliant, and Ian Gac hit a birthday homer as the Saltdogs (43-37) dispatched the Gary SouthShore RailCats (46-33) 4-1 in front of 3,463 fans at Haymarket Park Saturday night. (MORGAN SPIEHS/Lincoln Journal Star)
Both clubs got terrific starting pitching, and the Saltdogs (42-37) found a way to scratch a couple runs across in the eighth to edge the Gary SouthShore RailCats (46-32) 2-1 in front of 4,105 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night.
After overcoming another early hole, the Saltdogs (41-37) ultimately succumbed to the determined Sioux Falls Canaries (32-44) 5-3 in front of 3,137 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night.
The Saltdogs (41-36) overcame an early seven-run deficit to come back and topple the Sioux Falls Canaries (31-45) 9-8 in front of 3,557 fans at Haymarket Park Wednesday night.
Pete Parise delivered a strong outing, and Ian Gac and Matt Forgatch each homered as the Saltdogs (40-36) beat the Sioux Falls Canaries (31-44) 9-5 in front of 2,675 fans at Haymarket Park Tuesday night.
Lincoln got a first inning solo home run from Curt Smith, but that’s all they could muster as the Dogs (39-36) fell to the Sioux City Explorers (28-46) 5-1 Sunday night in front of 886 fans at Lewis and Clark Park.
Lincoln got an early homer form David Espinosa, great pitching by Moises Melendez and some late magic as the Dogs (39-35) took down the Sioux City Explorers 3-1 Saturday night in front of a crowd of 1,601 fans at Lewis and Clark Park.
Three costly errors by Sioux City infielders allowed Matt Forgatch and Mike Coles to show off their power en route to a 6-2 Saltdogs (38-35) win over the Explorers (27-45) Friday night in front of 1,087 fans at Lewis and Clark Park.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes (37-33) scored three runs in the bottom of the 12th to come back at down the Saltdogs (37-35) 8-7 in front of 5,265 fans at Shaw Park Thursday night.