Capellan Sets Mark, Milkmen Rolling – American Association Daily
American Association Daily provides insights, features, and recaps of the action from around the American Association of Professional Baseball League, as well as player and coaching profiles and transactions. In today’s edition of American Association Daily Recap, Victor Capellan sets the all-time record for saves and the Milwaukee Milkmen keep their winning ways going, downing the Chicago Dogs, 10-7.
Homers Lead Milkmen to Victory, 10-7
The Milwaukee Milkmen slugged three homeruns in earning their fourth victory out of the last five games with the Chicago Dogs, 10-7. Jose Sermo and Dylan Tice went back-to-back as part of a five-run third inning and Mason Davis added a solo shot later. Karch Kowalczyk earned his first win of the season with two outstanding innings of relief.
Milwaukee Milkmen Recap by Robert Pannier
Chicago Dogs Recap by Sam Brief
RedHawks-Goldeyes Split Double-Header
The Winnipeg Goldeyes and Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks split the two games of their double-header on Tuesday. In the opener, the RedHawks scored in three consecutive frames on their way to a 4-1 victory. The Fargo-Moorhead bullpen was outstanding, allowing one run in five innings of work.
In Game 2, Victor Capellan became the all-time saves leader in the American Association when he closed out the 4-3 Goldeyes victory. Winnipeg held a 4-1 lead before Fargo-Moorhead battled back with two runs in the fifth. However, the Goldeyes got 2.1 innings of shutout relief from their bullpen to preserve the victory.
Winnipeg Goldeyes Recap by Steve Schuster
Saints Score Early, Hang on for 8-6 Victory
The St. Paul Saints scored seven runs in the first three frames, then held on for an 8-6 victory over the Sioux Falls Canaries. Nate Samson drove in three runs and Mikey Reynolds had three hits and drove in four to lead the Saints. Jameson McGrane came on in the ninth for his league leading 11th save of the season.
St. Paul Saints Recap by Sean Aronson
Sioux Falls Canaries Recap by Adam Bertsch
Goldeyes closer Victor Capellan became the all-time American Association leader in saves when he recorded his 71st save on Tuesday night. That broke the record held by Kris Regas…Before winning the second game of the double-header, the Goldeyes had lost five in a row, a season high.
Fargo-Moorhead: Released OF Dario Pizzano; Activated RHP Bradin Hagens from the Injured List
St. Paul: Removed OF Sebastian Zawada from the Injured List and placed him on the Inactive List retroactive to July 11
By Robert Pannier