Victim wounded by gunshot
Kansas City, Kansas, police officers contacted a victim at a hospital at 9:20 p.m. Sunday, according to a social media post by the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department. The victim was at another location and had been shot once in the foot by an unknown suspect, according to police.
Shooting at home reported
Victims told police they were asleep when an unknown suspect shot into their home, around 12:28 a.m. Monday in the 4000 block of Roswell, according to a social media post by police. No injuries were reported.
Residence hit by gunshots
A shooting into an occupied dwelling was reported at 2:46 a.m. Monday in the 2700 block of North 22nd, according to a social media post by the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department. There were no injuries, police stated.
An aggravated robbery was reported at 12:40 a.m. Sunday near 80th and State Avenue, according to a social media post by police. The victim was leaving work when he was approached by two suspects who pointed handguns at him and demanded his property, police stated. The suspects then left. The victim was not injured, according to police.
Aggravated battery reported
A male and a female were involved in a verbal altercation outside of a residence in the 6400 block of Muncie Court at 12:56 a.m. Sunday, according to police. The suspect left the residence and began shooting at the victim, hitting him multiple times, police stated. The man was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, according to police.
Police investigating animal cruelty case
According to a social media post by the police, on Friday an animal cruelty detective was investigating the killings of multiple goats in Kansas City, Kansas.
Fire reported on North Thompson
According to a social media post by the Kansas City, Kansas, Fire Department, a fire was reported Friday in the 1900 block of North Thompson Street in Kansas City, Kansas. The house fire was fully involved, according to the post.
by Gabby Albertson
The Kansas City T-Bones clinched the American Association Southern Division Championship Sunday night in a 13-inning thriller at T-Bones Stadium.
The T-Bones won 6-5 over the Sioux City Explorers after coming back from a 5-0 deficit. Casey Gillaspie was the hero as he hit a game-winning RBI single that scored Stewart Ijames in the 13th.
The T-Bones will play their last regular home game at T-Bones Stadium at 1:05 p.m. Monday. Tickets already are going on sale for post-season games at 7:05 p.m. Sept. 7, 5:05 p.m. Sept. 8 and 7:05 p.m. Sept 9 if necessary at T-Bones Stadium.
In Sunday’s game, the T-Bones attempted to score first as Casey Gillaspie hit a single off of X’s starting pitcher Taylor Jordan. Then, Omar Carrizales hit a single that advanced Gillaspie to third. With one out left to end the inning Ramsey Romano came up to bat, but was unable to score, leaving the inning scoreless.
Sioux City grabbed the lead in the top of the third, leaving the T-Bones in the dust when Justin Felix hit a home run, making the score 1-0.
In the top of the fourth, Sebastian Zawada hit a single for the Explorers that advanced Jeremy Hazelbaker to second and sent Nate Samson home. Then, Dylan Kelly hit a single that advanced Zawada to second and scored Hazelbaker, making the score 3-0.
The Explorers continued to dominate offensively in the fifth, starting with Kyle Wren who hit a single. Then, Drew Stankiewicz hit a double that advanced Wren to second. Shortly after, Samson hit a double that scored both Wren and Stankiewicz, extending the lead for the Explorers, 5-0.
The T-Bones made it on the board in the bottom of the fifth as Stewart Ijames hit a single, and then later Daniel Nava hit a single that advanced Ijames to third. Gillaspie then hit a single that advanced Nava to second and scored Ijames, making it 5-1.
Kansas City brought the game back to life when Ijames hit his first home field home run for the T-Bones in the bottom of the seventh, chipping their way back, 5-2.
Later, the heat got turned up to sizzle for the T-Bones when Christian Correa hit a single and then advanced to second on a fielders choice by Danny Mars. Then, Romano hit a double that scored Correa, making it 5-3 in the bottom of the eighth.
And finally, in dramatic fashion, Casey Gillaspie came to bat with two outs, crushing a two-run home run that scored Ijames and tied the game 5-5 for the T-Bones in the bottom of the ninth.
After three scoreless extra innings, Stewart Ijames advanced to first on an infield single, followed by Nava who advanced on a hit-by-a-pitch. Then again, Casey Gillaspie was the hero as he hit a game-winning RBI single that scored Ijames, and the T-Bones walked it off division champions, 6-5.
The winning pitcher was Evan Korson (3-1) for the Kansas City T-Bones, and the losing pitcher was Ryan Flores (3-3) for the Sioux City Explorers.
Attendance at Sunday’s game was 4,593.
Monday’s game will be carried on the T-Bones Broadcast Network, http://mixlr.com/t-bones-baseball/.
For ticket information, call 913-328-5618 or visit the Saint Luke’s Box Office between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Story from T-Bones