The Saltdogs split a pair of decisions with the St. Paul Saints in front of 3,579 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night, dropping game one 7-2 and winning the nightcap 3-2 in extra-inning, walk-off fashion.
For the second straight night the offense was All-Star caliber, but the pitching lacked as the Wichita Wingnuts came back to rout the Saltdogs 20-12 in front of 2,082 fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Wednesday night.
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The offense busted out of its slump but the pitching was not there as the Wichita Wingnuts out slugged the Saltdogs 15-10 in front of 1,907 fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Tuesday night.
For Jason Van Skike, the third time against Lincoln proved to be the charm as the Wichita Wingnuts trumped the Saltdogs 6-2 in front of 2,110 fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Monday night.
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All-Star RHP Patrick Johnson stymied the Saltdogs to save a series split as the Sioux City Explorers topped Lincoln 7-1 in front of 1,474 fans at Lewis and Clark Park Sunday night.
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In an exhilarating, tight-rope walking finish, the Saltdogs were able to barely hold off the Sioux City Explorers 8-7 in front of 1,277 fans at Lewis and Clark Park Saturday night.
The Sioux City Explorers returned the favor they were handed in the series opener, shutting out the Saltdogs 3-0 in front of 914 fans at Lewis and Clark Park Friday night. (ROD ADAMS PHOTOGRAPHY)