Three RedHawks pitchers team up to stifle Saltdogs

Fargo-Moorhead defeated Lincoln in a Sunday matinee at Newman Outdoor Field to take a weekend series from the Saltdogs.

Fargo-Moorhead starter Tyler Grauer delivers during a 3-1 win over the Lincoln Saltdogs on Sunday, July 3, at Newman Outdoor Field. Grauer allowed a run on six hits in six innings to get the win.
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FARGO — Three Fargo-Moorhead pitchers delivered nine strong innings and the RedHawks defeated Lincoln 3-1 in a Sunday matinee before 2,603 at Newman Outdoor Field.

Starter Tyler Grauer got the win, working six innings and allowing a run on six hits. He walked three and struck out four.

Luke Lind didn't allow a hit in two innings and Alex DuBord pitched the ninth and got the save.

The RedHawks scored twice in the fourth inning when Manny Boscan walked and eventually scored on a wild pitch, and John Silviano singled in Leo Pina.

F-M added a run in the fifth when Sam Dexter led off with a double and scored on a Nick Novak single.


The RedHawks improved to 33-13 and lead the American Association's West Division. The RedHawks are off Monday and begin a three-game set against Winnipeg on Tuesday, July 5, at Newman Outdoor Field.

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