RedHawks complete sweep of Milwaukee, extend win streak to six games

Fargo-Moorhead broke a tie with a run in the seventh and added another in the eight to take third in a row from Milkmen on Thursday.

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FARGO — Fargo-Moorhead pulled ahead with a run in the seventh and added insurance in the eight to down Milwaukee 7-5 on Thursday and complete a sweep of a three-game series with the Milkmen at Newman Outdoor Field.

The RedHawks also extended their winning streak to six games.

The teams were tied 5-5 through 6-1/2 but the RedHawks' Manny Boscan singled to lead off the bottom of the seventh. A walk and John Silviano's single loaded the bases and Christian Correa lifted a sacrifice fly to center to bring home Boscan.

In the eighth, Sam Dexter and Darian Sandford both singled to lead off and Dexter scored as Milwaukee turned a double play.

Boscan and Silviano both had two hits, Drew Ward hit a solo home run and Leo Pina singled and drove in a run.


Reliever Davis Feldman pitch two innings of no-hit ball in the sixth and seventh to get the win. Luke Lind pitched the eighth and Alex DuBord closed to get the save.

The RedHawks hit the road for a three-game series at Sioux City beginning at 7:05 p.m. Friday, May 27.

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