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T-Bones beat Wingnuts 6-2

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Thursday, June 5, 2014, at 10:53 p.m.

The T-Bones made good use of six hits, beating the Wingnuts 6-2 on Thursday night in Kansas City, Kan.

Wichita pitchers walked six batters and hit another, providing more baserunners for Kansas City.

Kansas City scored three runs in the fourth, taking advantage two walks and hit batter from Anthony Capra to go ahead 3-1.

Wichita made it 3-2 in the top of the seventh when Brent Clevlen’s single drove in Carlo Testa, but the T-Bones respondeed in the bottom of the inning when David Esponsa’s single off Alex Hinshaw drove in two runs to make it 5-2.

The Wingnuts struggled to hit with men on base, stranding 11 runners.

The Wingnuts, who split the four-game series in Kansas City, still have the best record in the American Association. They head to Grand Prairie, Texas, for a three-game weekend series that includes a doubleheader on Sunday.

WichitaKansas City
Khoury ss4020Mittelstdt 3b3110
Testa lf5120Espinosa lf2012
Kahaullo 2b4010Richar 2b4101
Clevlen cf5121Sabatella rf3000
Wise dh4021Schwnr 1b3210
McMurry c4000Giarrpto dh3010
McClndn 3b4010Frias ss4022
Loehrs 1b4020Erie c4100
Ambersn rf4000Kuzdale cf2100

Kansas City00030021x6

E — 0. DP— Wichita 2, Kansas City 1. LOB— Wichita 11, Kansas City 5. 2B— Testa, Wise, McClendon, Mittelstaedt, Schwaner, Frias.

Capra L,3-2623345

Kansas City IP H R ER BB SO
Barone W,3-0671115
Regas S,4220001

HBP — by Capra (Schwaner), by Barone (Kahaulelio). WP — Capra. Umpires—Home, Sam Burch; first, Trent Delmont; second, Art Thigpen.

T— 3:01. A— 5,203.

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