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RedHawks pitchers have rough night in Lincoln

Three Fargo-Moorhead pitchers surrendered 16 hits and walked seven in a loss to the Saltdogs on Thursday

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Fargo-Moorhead's pitching staff will quickly scrub Thursday night's performance from their memories after getting roughed up in a 12-5 loss to Lincoln before 2,840 at Haymarket Park.

Three RedHawks pitchers — starter Davis Feldman and relievers Brady Stover and Christian Correa — surrendered 16 hits and walked seven. All 12 Saltdogs runs were earned, and they scored runs in six of eight innings.

Conversely, the RedHawks had little luck getting started when it mattered against Saltdogs starter Zach Keenan and relievers David Zoz and Carter Hope.

The RedHawks managed just five hits and two runs off the trio through eight innings. Drew Ward hit a solo home run in the first inning and John Silviano singled in a run in the sixth.

The RedHawks finally made some noise against Saltdogs reliever Carson Lance in the ninth. Sam Dexter hit a solo home run to lead off the inning and, after Nick Novak singled, Peter Maris followed with a two-run homer.


Novak, Maris and Manny Boscan all had two hits.

The Saltdogs took two of three from the RedHawks, who return home to open a three-game series against Chicago at 7:02 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, at Newman Outdoor Field.

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