by Luke Schrock
After a long drought, the Kansas City T-Bones took game two of the four-game series against the Milwaukee Milkmen in Kokomo, Indiana, by a 4-3 final.
The game started slow and gloomy for the T-Bones, but it didn’t stay gloomy. The T-Bones started their scoring with an RBI off the bat of Casey Gillaspie, answering a 2-run home run by Nolan Early.
After a few innings of battling, Ramsey Romano hit a 2-run home run, giving the T-Bones their first lead since KC’s last win against the Milkmen at home.
Milwaukee answered in the 8th inning with an RBI single by Jose Rosario, but KC’s closer Eduardo Paredes put the game to bed to secure the end of the 6-game losing streak.
Kansas City is now just one game away from .500, sporting an 8-9 record, while the Milkmen stay under .500 another day with a 8-11 record.
The winning pitcher was T-Bones Tommy Collier (1-2), and credited with the loss was Milwaukee’s Angel Ventura (1-3). Eduardo Paredes came in for one inning of work and earned himself his first save of the season in a T-Bones uniform.
Kansas City and Milwaukee will play game three in Kokomo, Indiana, with a series record of 1-1. Game time is scheduled for 12:05 p.m. Wednesday.
The series is being played in Kokomo, Indiana because of construction delays in Milwaukee on their new ball park.
The game on Wednesday will be on the T-Bones Broadcast Network, http://mixlr.com/t-bones-baseball/.
The next home game is at 7:05 p.m. Friday, June 7, against the Chicago Dogs, for Super Hero Night, with a pre-game performance by a skydiving team.
Full and half-season 2019 ticket packages as well as mini plans are on sale online or by calling 913-328-5618 or by visiting the Saint Luke’s Box Office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Group ticket sales are also on sale.
- Story from T-Bones