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The Santa Cruz Royals get late runs to finish off the Indians, 10-4
The Santa Cruz Royals scored three runs in the eighth to cap a 10-4 win over the Indians on Sunday.
Del Real was hot from the plate for the Santa Cruz Royals. Del Real went 2-4, drove in one and scored two runs.
John Pardo was a workhorse on the bump for the Santa Cruz Royals. Pardo allowed one earned run, four hits and two walks while striking out two over six innings of work.
The Santa Cruz Royals stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the second, scoring one run on an RBI single by Matt Fraser.
The Santa Cruz Royals scored one run in the third inning, and then followed it up with one more in the seventh. In the third, the Santa Cruz Royals scored on an RBI single by Marco Del Real, plating Matt Frandsen.
The Santa Cruz Royals pushed across two runs in both the fifth inning and the sixth. In the fifth, the Santa Cruz Royals scored on an error, scoring Drew Sarratore.
The Santa Cruz Royals tacked on another two runs in the sixth. Matt Fraser singled, plating Del Real to start the inning. That was followed up by Christopher Cooper's single, scoring Matt Fraser."Powered by Narrative Science and GameChanger Media. Copyright 2015.
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A's was never able to get over the hump and overcome its troubles against the Santa Cruz Royals on Sunday, as A's fell 5-3 at Gavilan after falling behind by four runs in the third inning.
A's scored on an RBI double by #3 and a steal of home by #3 in the fifth inning and an RBI single by #7 in the eighth inning. Still, A's couldn't catch the Santa Cruz Royals.
Justin Baker had two extra-base hits for the Santa Cruz Royals. He doubled in the third inning, singled in the sixth inning, and homered in the eighth inning.
John Pardo recorded the win for the Santa Cruz Royals. He allowed two runs over seven innings. He struck out five, walked none.
The Santa Cruz Royals were sparked by Chris Highlander and Baker, who teamed up for six hits and two RBIs.
Santa Cruz Royals closer Pascual Del Real put away the final three outs to record the save.
The Santa Cruz Royals went up for good in the first, scoring two runs on an RBI triple by Chris Rains.
The Santa Cruz Royals pushed one run across in each of the second, third and eighth. In the second, the Santa Cruz Royals scored on a groundout by Doug Fearnside, bringing home Matt Frandsen.