the Sacramento M's never surrendered the lead after the third inning, scoring four runs on an RBI double by Estes and two singles.
Sacramento added four more runs in the top of the fourth. Josh Winkler doubled, bringing home Kody Gardner to start the inning. That was followed up by Lunardelli's triple, scoring Justin Jordan and Winkler.
the Mudcats scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to cut its deficit to five. A two-run double by Jaden Lane fueled the Mudcats' comeback. Finally, Morley induced an inning-ending ground out from Mecham.
Mudcats Hang On Against Rally Factory Rockhounds, 7-6
the Rally Factory Rockhounds were unable to fight back from the big hole they dug themselves against The Solano Mudcats, losing 7-6. Solano jumped out to a early 4-1 lead in the fourth inning and never surrendered the lead.
The Rockhounds scored on an RBI triple by Evan Faccenda and an error in the fifth inning, a groundout by Jack Pridy in the seventh inning, and an RBI single by Dawson Bacho in the eighth inning. Still, Rally Factory could never draw even.
Marcus Wise racked up two RBIs on three hits for the Mudcats. He singled in the first, fourth, and eighth innings.
Angel Lara's seven strikeouts were enough to push the Mudcats the Rockhounds. Lara allowed two earned runs, five hits and one walk over six innings.
Ryan Perman took the loss for Rally Factory. He allowed six runs in four innings, walked three and struck out two.
The top of the first saw Rally Factory take an early lead, 1-0. A double by Hank Pankratz, plating Chase Grant started the inning off.
the Mudcats pushed across one run in both the third inning and the seventh. In the third, Mudcats scored on an RBI single by Michael Driscoll, scoring Jared Vitug.
the Mudcats never surrendered the lead after the fourth inning, scoring five runs on an RBI double by Elijah Ontiveros and two singles.
Tyler Pearsal was charged with the loss. He lasted just 4 2/3 innings, walked four, struck out two, and allowed five runs.
The lead stayed with San Leandro Ports after the second, when it scored three runs on an RBI double by Joe Davis and a two-run home run by Flores.
San Leandro scored one run in the fourth inning, and then followed it up with one more in the fifth. In the fourth, the Ports scored again on an RBI single by Grant Lowensohn, bringing home Flores.
After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fifth, the Mudcats faced a 5-1 deficit. A solo home run by Perez set off Mudcats rally until Alex Guerrero induced an inning-ending fly out from Jack Bowles.
After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the eighth, the Mudcats faced a 5-3 deficit. An error and an RBI double by Perez sparked the Mudcats' rally but Josh Mecham struck out to end the Mudcats threat.
Sacramento M's Falls 6-0 At The Hands Of the Mudcats
The Mudcats beat Sacramento M's on Friday 6-0 at Will C Wood.
Solano scored three runs in the sixth on Mudcats scored in the sixth on a two-run single by Jaden Lane and a passed ball.
The Mudcats were led by Michael Driscoll's hitting. Driscoll went 3-4 and scored two runs. He singled in the third, sixth, and eighth innings.
Angel Lara held Sacramento scoreless for six innings. Lara struck out eight and allowed one walk and three hits.
Greyson Pulsipher was charged with the loss. He lasted just five innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed five runs.
The Mudcats stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring two runs on two singles.
A superb effort by Angel Lara spurred the Mudcats to a 3-2 win over the Sacramento Heat on Friday at Will C Wood.
Lara struck out nine hitters en route to the Mudcats win. Lara allowed two earned runs, three hits and no walks over nine innings.
Ian Acosta helped the Mudcats pull ahead for the duration in the sixth inning. With the score tied at two, Acosta came to the plate and walked, bringing home Nolan Burr.
Burr led Mudcats' offensive threat, as he got on base four times in the game. He scored two runs and had one RBI. He singled in the first and eighth innings.
Finley was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just one inning, walked four, struck out none, and allowed one run.
In the bottom of the first, the Mudcats grabbed the early lead, 1-0. The Mudcats got things going when Burr singled. A stolen base then moved Burr from first to second. Acosta singled, scoring Burr.
After posting one run in the second, the Mudcats again scored one in the sixth. In the second, the Mudcats scored on a groundout by Burr, bringing home Tyler Pearsal.
Mudcats Drop Tough One To Rally Factory Rockhounds, 8-7
A ninth-inning Rockhounds bases loaded walk spelled defeat for Mudcats, falling 8-7 in walk-off fashion at Solano College on Tuesday.
With the score tied at seven, a walked, plating Anduehl.
Josh Mecham racked up two RBIs on three hits for the Mudcats. He singled in the third, fifth, and sixth innings.
Wagner got the win in relief for Rockville Rockhounds. Wagner pitched two innings and allowed no runs.
Rockville Rockhounds was sparked by Pankratz and Anduehl, who teamed up for five hits and four RBIs.
Cole Santos ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He lasted just 2 1/3 innings, walked three, struck out two, and allowed one run.
The top of the first saw Mudcats take an early lead, 2-0. Nolan Burr doubled to ignite Mudcats' offense, before Michael Driscoll singled, bringing home Burr. Mudcats pushed more runs across when Driscoll scored on an error.
Rockville Rockhounds survived Mudcats' surge and put up two runs of its own in the first. Rockville Rockhounds scored on a groundout by Fallenda and an RBI double by Anduehl.
Angel Lara allowed just two runs on Friday at James Field, but the Mudcats couldn't get the offense going in a 3-1 defeat to the Auburn Wildcats.
Lara baffled the Auburn Wildcats, striking out six batters. Lara allowed one earned run on five hits and four walks over seven innings.
Tyler Gums got the win for the Auburn Wildcats. He allowed one run over six innings. He struck out seven, walked four and surrendered one hit.
Auburn Wildcats closer Jake put away the final three outs to record the save.
Mudcats Muster 7 Hits, Drop 10-1 Contest To The Auburn Wildcats
The Mudcats lost 10-1 to the Auburn Wildcats Saturday at James Field despite Maxwell Bradley's three-hit day at the dish.
Bradley got on base four times in the game for the Mudcats. He singled in the third, fifth, and ninth innings.
Spezia recorded the win for the Auburn Wildcats. He tossed one inning of shutout ball. He struck out two, walked one and surrendered no hits.
Tyler Pearsal was charged with the loss. He allowed six runs in 3 2/3 innings, walked four and struck out three.
The game was never in doubt after the first, as the Auburn Wildcats scored three runs on an error and an RBI single by Mike Phelan.
The Mudcats scored its only run of the game on a passed ball in the third inning.
The Auburn Wildcats built upon their lead with three runs in the fourth. Joyce kicked things off with a double, scoring Logan Markstein and Merlo.
Mudcats Falls Behind In Eighth Inning In 6-4 Loss To The Auburn Wildcats
Mudcats lost the ballgame after losing the lead in the eighth inning Sunday, as the Auburn Wildcats grabbed a 6-4 victory at James Field.
Michael Driscoll was hot from the plate for Mudcats. Driscoll went 3-4 and scored one run. He doubled in the fifth inning and singled in the second and sixth innings.
Connor Marshall baffled the Auburn Wildcats, striking out eight batters. Connor Marshall allowed no earned runs on four hits and one walk over five innings.
#2 recorded the win for the Auburn Wildcats. He allowed one run over one inning. He struck out none, walked one and surrendered one hit.
Johnny Benedict couldn't get it done on the rubber for Mudcats, taking a loss. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out none, and allowed no runs.
In the bottom of the third, the Auburn Wildcats grabbed the early lead, 1-0.
The Auburn Wildcats brought home one run in the fifth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the fifth, the Auburn Wildcats scored on an RBI single by Taylor Garica, scoring Luke Knoble.
The game's last lead went to the Auburn Wildcats thanks to a eighth inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on an RBI double by Kasey Wallace and two singles.
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