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NINTH INNING RALLY FLUMMOXES HAWKS

FARGO, N.D. — A ninth-inning collapse by the RedHawks (21-21) allowed the St. Paul Saints to come from behind and score five runs in the inning on the way to a 7-6 win over Fargo-Moorhead. The Saints capitalized on a single, a hit batter, a ball lost in the lights, two walks, and a sacrifice fly to left to achieve the miraculous finish in the top of the ninth. The RedHawks took a 6-2 lead in the sixth inning after Tim Colwell scored Charlie Valerio with and RBI double and Yhoxian Medina singled home Keury De La Cruz and Colwell for the four-run lead. Will Solomon held the Saints to two runs on six hits over six innings on the mound. Solomon left the game with the RedHawks leading 6-2; he did not factor into the decision. Travis Ballew pitched two solid innings in relief to hold the lead heading into the ninth, but the foursome of Anthony Pacillo, Jose Nivar, Randy McCurry, and Andrew Woeck combined to give up five runs on three hits for the Saints. McCurry got the loss after coming on in relief of Jose Nivar, who left with an undisclosed injury after hitting the one batter he faced, and giving up three runs (two earned) against four batters. The RedHawks slip back to third in the North Division with the loss, despite a loss by the division-leading Gary SouthShore RailCats tonight against Chicago. Fargo-Moorhead will try to win the series with the Saints tomorrow night at Newman Outdoor Field. First pitch is scheduled for 7:02 PM.


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