L – Mahay (0-1)
University of Oklahoma product Mark Redman was sharp in his first start for the RedHawks. The 6-foot-5 southpaw permitted only one run in six innings of work. Redman allowed three hits while fanning five without issuing a walk.
DH Jason Botts was 1-for-2 with a double and two walks.
Outfielder Kevin Mahar struck out in all four of his plate appearances. Mahar is 0-for-12 with six strikeouts since re-joining the RedHawks.
Scott Feldman pitched two perfect innings of relief and Ron Mahay gave up one run in one inning.
L – Hurley (6-1)
HR – Duran (11), Fasano (5)
Luke Hochevar got the best of Eric Hurley in their second meeting in as many weeks on Tuesday.
Hurley had maybe his worst start as a Double-A pitcher, allowing seven earned runs in five innings. The right-hander gave up three home runs, doubling his total for the season.
The loss was just Hurley's second in 18 Double-A appearances.
Right fielder Anthony Webster (.274/.321/.444) singled and doubled in four at-bats.
Second baseman German Duran (.299/.364/.567) was 2-for-4 with a home run, his 11th of the season.
Designated hitter Jim Fasano (.296/.345/.481) singled and homered in four at-bats.
Fasano, who hit eight home runs in 365 at-bats with Frisco last season, has five long balls in 108 at-bats this year.
Right fielder Jake Blalock, who was traded from Frisco to Wichita prior to Tuesday evening's game, was 2-for-4 against the Riders.
W – Diaz (3-0)
HR – Mayberry (14)
Right fielder John Mayberry (.234/.321/.507) smacked his 14th home run of the season in the first inning. The outfielder scored four total runs after walking twice and being hit by a pitch.
DH Taylor Teagarden (.343/.500/.676) reached base in all five plate appearances, as he was 3-for-3 with two walks.
First baseman Freddie Thon was 3-for-5 with two doubles and four runs batted in.
Bakersfield starter Glenn Swanson surrendered five runs – four earned – on nine hits in 4 1/3 innings. The lefty walked two and struck out five.
Anthony Pluta walked four in only two innings, but allowed just one run on no hits. Pluta has walked 16 batters in his last five appearances, spanning 7.1 innings. He has given up just two earned runs in that time.
W – Coffman (4-0)
SV – Haar (6)
Broc Coffman (3.33 ERA/.284 BAA) posted yet another solid start on Tuesday, as he yielded just one run in six innings. Coffman gave up five hits while walking one and striking out six.
The bullpen duo of Garr (Brennan) and Haar (Jeremiah) combined for three scoreless innings of relief.
Second baseman Jose Vallejo was 2-for-4 while third baseman John Whittleman went 1-for-4 with a double.