ST. PAUL, Min. – The T-Bones broke up the shutout in the ninth inning, but fell 4-1 Sunday night at CHS field against the St. Paul Saints.
Saints starting pitcher Mark Hamburger (3-0) pitched a complete game to pick up the win against Kansas City. The T-Bones broke up
the shutout in the ninth inning on a wild pitch, that allowed Jake Blackwood to cross home.
T-Bones starting pitcher Casey Barnes (1-1) took the loss. Barnes allowed four runs in six-plus innings of work. The Saints hit two
home runs, including a two-run shot by Nate Hanson in the seventh inning.
The T-Bones welcomed the return of Starlin Rodriguez on Sunday, who started in right-field. Rodriguez finished with one hit. The T-Bones
collected six hits in the loss.
The T-Bones and Saints split the four-game series, and will face each other again at CommunityAmerica Ballpark later in 2016.
The T-Bones (5-6) start a four-game series Monday night against the Gary RailCats at U.S Steelyard. First pitch is
scheduled for 4:05pm, with the action available online at Tbonesbaseball.com.