L - Mendoza (2-2)
HR - Murphy (1)
Luis Mendoza pitched seven innings, but allowed four runs on 11 hits, walking none and striking out three.
The game remained close until the eighth inning, when Bryan Corey came in and allowed six runs on six hits in just one-third of an inning.
Pinch hitter Steve Murphy homered off Bryan Bullington in his first ever Triple-A at-bat.
Centerfielder Brandon Boggs (2/3, 3B, BB) smacked his first triple of the season.
DH Royce Huffman was 2-for-2 with a base on balls.
L - Garr (1-1)
Clayton Hamilton struggled for the second consecutive start, allowing five runs on seven hits in 4.2 innings.
Third baseman Emerson Frostad was 3-for-3 with a double, a triple, two walks, and two runs batted in.
Right fielder Dustin Majewski, just back from injury, was 3-for-4 with a double and a free pass.
Guilder Rodriguez (1/3, 2B, BB) also doubled and walked.
W - Main (4-4)
SV - Reed (3)
Michael Main appears to be well on his way to figuring things out in Bakersfield. He gave up just one run in five innings, yielding five hits and walking two.
Mauro Gomez (1/4, 2B) smacked his 13th double of the season.
Reliever Ryan Falcon struck out three in three scoreless innings.
?Evan Reed earned his third save of the season with two strikeouts in an inning.
L - Hamburger (1-4)
Yoon-Hee Nam's season with the Crawdads has been unbelievable.
The left-hander allowed only one run on one hit in six innings on Friday, walking two and striking out seven.
Nam's ERA currently sits at 0.95, and he has surrendered only 10 hits in 28.1 innings, leading to an opponent batting average of .106.
Right fielder Mike Bianucci doubled twice in four at-bats, giving him 14 two-baggers on the season.
Leury Garcia singled once and walked once in three plate appearances.
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