SAN ANTONIA – The same number, the same successful serve – just another day at Wolf.
On Sunday, the “Missions” completed their series with the Arkansas Trailers, in which four pitchers made their role for the club’s first non-scoring player this season.
After coming out on Monday and winning the opening series against Midland RockHounds on Tuesday, four different pitchers took part in the second in four days of play without strikers. Wednesday, which does not kill, is the 16th place for the team in the history of the franchise.
Right-handed pitcher Ryan Lily started in San Antonio and went through four innings, killing four hitters and serving one. Michael Baez broke the next two innings, scoring five beats and serving one. Baez, who missed last season due to Tommy John’s surgery and performed at the Missions in 2018, won on Wednesday night.
Oswald Hernandez’s left-handed pitcher entered the seventh and eighth innings, and Mason Fox worked ninth to secure the combined striker.
The Mission’s crime caused most of the damage in the second inning with the bases loaded. Esther Ruiz knocked the line into the center field, clearing the base for a triple and putting San Antonio ahead 3-0. The missions added another series at the bottom of the sixth inning and won 4-0, which was the same final score in Sunday’s final results. Ruiz has reached base in all 35 games he has played this season.
Check out the latest call from Wednesday’s game:
San Antonio has won six of its last eight games, including a consecutive win over Midland. Missions will continue the series with RockHounds on Thursday at 7:05 p.m. at Wolff Stadium. Thursday will be Taco Bell Value Night with half-price tickets, parking and draft beer, fizzy drinks and hot dogs.
After Thursday’s game, the “Missions” will hold three more home games against “Midland” before heading to Frisco next week.
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