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GAME RECAP 08/03/2018

YUBA SUTTER GOLD SOX (4) at MEDFORD ROGUES (9)
Mitch Neunborn homered twice and Blake Baumgartner got in on the home run party to power the Rogues past the Gold Sox, 9-4 on “Bark in the Park” night, when 590 dogs joined 1,142 fans in the stands.  It was the Rouges first game in five days.

Neunborn and Baumgartner each hit two-run home runs in the Rogues’ five-run seventh inning on Friday.  Neunborn also had a solo shot in the second. He has nine homers on the season to lead the team.

Sterling Spurling had thee hits and drove in two runs for the Gold Sox. 

Kasper, McIntyre, Neunborn and Sam Olsson each had two of the Rogues’ 11 hits while Chandler Giles pitched two perfect innings to gain his first win.

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LINCOLN POTTERS (4) at CHICO HEAT (2)
The Lincoln Potters became the first team to win a series against the Chico Heat with a 4-2 win on Friday at Nettleton Stadium. It was the Heat’s third consecutive loss.  Austen Swift and Kyle Johnson had the only two hits for the Potters.  Josh Savea earned the win going 7.0 innings and is now 4-1.

The Potters took a 2-1 lead in the top of the fifth with back-to-back sacrifice fly balls from Brett Gieseke and Johnny Pacheco. A passed ball from catcher Ryan Gamboa moved two Potters runners to second and third base, putting them in position to score on the sacrifices.

The Heat tied the game at 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth thanks to Joe DeBaca’s RBI on a fielder’s choice.  The Potters took the lead in the seventh on a wild pitch and would add another on a double steal.

Chico tallied seven hits but only two runs, and left 10 runners on base.

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