L – Loe (2-3)
Steve Rowe (2.91 ERA/.283 BAA) tossed another solid spot-start on Sunday by hurling five scoreless innings. He allowed four hits, didn't issue a walk, and struck out three.
The RedHawks were limited to just four hits in the game. Catcher Kevin Richardson (2/3) singled twice in three at-bats.
Jason Ellison (1/2, 2 BB) and Nate Gold (1/4) had the club's only other hits.
The Oklahoma offense combined for 14 strikeouts.
Kameron Loe surrendered one hit – a solo home run – in three innings pitched. He struck out one.
W – Harrison (3-1)
Matt Harrison's (3.15 ERA/.237 BAA) no-hitter was obviously the story of the day. The left-hander tossed 120 pitches in the seven-inning effort, walking six and fanning five.
Ben Harrison and Emerson Frostad each went 1-for-2 with a double.
Steve Murphy (1/2, BB) and Max Ramirez (1/3) each singled.
L – Hodges (5-3)
Just 30 minutes after tossing a no-hitter, the ‘Riders were held to only one hit by Missions pitchers Manny Ayala and Gabe DeHoyos.
Frisco's only hit came on a first-inning single off the bat of Max Ramirez.
Pitching on short rest, Trey Hodges lasted just two innings, giving up four earned runs.
L – Stewart (2-1)
HR – Gerrard (5)
Right fielder Grant Gerrard (.293/.349/.490) was 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBI.
Shortstop Davis Stoneburner (2/4, 2B) also had a pair of hits.
Left-hander Kasey Kiker yielded five runs on eight hits in six innings. He struck out eight without giving up a walk. Although he has a 5.67 ERA through six Cal League starts, Kiker has posted an impressive 25:7 strikeout-to-walk ratio.
Dan Sattler allowed one run in two innings in his first High-A appearance. The Purdue product fanned two.
W – Feliz (4-1)
SV – Dennis (1)
HR – Moreland (3)
Neftali Feliz surrendered his first earned run since April 21, but he was still more than solid. The 20-year-old prospect allowed only one run on three hits in six innings, punching out six without walking a batter.
Ever since he issued five walks in two-thirds of an inning on April 12, Feliz has walked just nine in 36.1 frames.
The L-Kings beat Angels prospect and Metroplex native Jordan Walden, though they didn't hit him particularly hard.
First baseman Mitch Moreland had the big blow off Walden with a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning. It was his only hit of the day.
Shortstop Andres James singled twice while DH Tim Smith singled and drove in a pair of runs.
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