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El Paso Wins Despite The Chihuahuas Extra Innings 2-1 Loss To Fresno [AUDIO]

Chihuahuas Opening Day
Steve Kaplowitz

El Paso Chihuahuas Game Summary

Fresno 2 Chihuahuas 1 – Monday – 13 Innings

WP: Runzler (1-0)

LP: Sexton (0-1)

S: Kontos (2)

Time: 3:50

Attn: 9,245

 

The Fresno Grizzlies won 2-1 in 13 innings Monday in the first ever game at Southwest University Park. Travis Buck hit a solo home run in the third, the first home run in the downtown stadium’s history, giving El Paso and early 1-0 lead. Fresno’s Chris Dominguez tied the game one inning later on an RBI single up the middle. Neither team scored from the fourth inning until the 13th inning.

 

Fresno’s Tony Abreu reached second base with no outs in the top of the 13th on a two-base error by El Paso second baseman Brooks Conrad. One batter later, Tyler Colvin doubled to right field, scoring Abreu with the go-ahead run. The Chihuahuas had the winning run on base in the ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth innings but did not score.

 

Jason Lane produced a strong start for the Chihuahuas, allowing just one run in six innings of work. Reliever Tim Sexton suffered the loss, but pitched four innings without allowing an earned run. Jeff Francoeur collected the first hit in Southwest University Park history when he doubled in the first inning.

 

Jeff Francoeur Records the first hit in the history of Southwest University Park. A double.

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The first home run at Southwest University Park came off the bat of Travis Buck.

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At the time, a game saving double play to end the 12th.

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Not the end El Paso wanted to the first ever game at Southwest University Park but El Paso still won.

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Box Score: http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2014_04_28_freaaa_elpaaa_1&t=g_box&did=milb&sid=t4904

 

Team Records: El Paso (9-15) Fresno (9-16)

 

Next Game: Tuesday at Southwest University Park – 7:05 pm. Fresno LHP Michael Kickham (1-3, 3.00) vs. El Paso RHP Branch Kloess (2-1, 7.20). Game coverage begins at 7:00 pm El Paso time on Team 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

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