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RedHawks come back to down Chicago at home

Peter Maris drove in three runs to lead the RedHawks charge

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FARGO — The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks overcame an early two-run deficit to defeat Chicago 4-2 on Saturday in American Association baseball before 3,766 fans at Newman Outdoor Field.

Chicago took a 2-0 advantage in the top of the first inning by way of Grant Kay's two-run home run.

The RedHawks got one back in the home half of the first when Leo Pina drove home Manuel Boscan with an RBI single. Peter Maris belted a three-run home run, his 16th this season, in the bottom of the fifth to put F-M up 4-2.

Maris finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs to lead the RedHawks. Pina, Christian Correa and Drew Ward each added two hits.

F-M starting pitcher Tyler Grauer (8-3) had a solid outing, giving up two runs on six hits and one walk with five strikeouts over seven innings. Alex DuBord notched his 22nd save this season.


The RedHawks (51-28) and Dogs (46-33) are slated to play the series finale at 1 p.m. Sunday at Newman.

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