05/15/2005 4:27 PM - Sunday afternoon, the Lincoln Saltdogs used three home runs and ten walks issued by six Kansas City T-Bones pitchers to amass seventeen runs for the second consecutive day. A home run by Cory Harris started things off for Lincoln in the top of the first, and Lincoln plated four in the fifth to break the game open.
Jonathan Krysa started on the hill for the T-Bones and went four innings for the T-Bones, allowing four runs while striking out two and walking two. Krysa was victimized by Harris leadoff homer, a Pichi Balet solo shot in the third and a two-run triple off the bat of Jake Whitesides.
Lincoln scored four in the fifth, with wildness from Ryan Hader being the offensive catalyst for Lincoln. Hader issued free passes to the only four batters he saw in the game, and John-Paul Glascock finished the inning for Kansas City, allowing all three runners he inherited to score.
Reliever Nick Webb started the sixth and allowed nine runs, all but one of which were unearned, in his 2.1 innings of work. Webb was victimized by three errors as well as a seventh-inning three-run homer off the bat of J.P. Foust.
Kansas City scored single runs in the fourth and fifth innings, with an Eddie Pearson double scoring Ray Brown, who had walked, and a Rick Prieto sac fly to center scoring Brandon Jones, who had singled.
Brian Rodaway started the game for Lincoln and earned the win, working two hitless innings while striking out two; Krysa took the loss for the T-Bones.
The two teams meet again in an exhibition scheduled for 7:05 pm Tuesday in Fremont, Neb.
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