RockHounds drop 4th straight game
2017-06-23T04:39:57Z2017-06-23T04:39:57ZBy Brian Wilk, Sports Director
Viosergy Rosa. (Source: midlandrockhounds.org)
Midland RockHounds Viosergy Rosa went 2-4 with 3 RBIs.Final ScoreRockHounds: 5San Antonio Missions: 9StatsViosergy Rosa: (2-4) (3 RBI)Max Shrock: (2-4) (1 RBI)Evan Manarino: (LP) (6.0 IP) (6 ER)RockHounds record drops to 35-38.Copyright. 2017. KWES. All rights reserved.
RockHounds slugger breaks hand
2017-06-23T21:16:41Z2017-06-23T21:16:41ZBy Brian Wilk, Sports Director
Tyler Marincov. (Source: midlandrockhounds.org)
The Midland RockHounds will be without Tyler Marincov's big bat.According to team officials, he broke his left hand on Wednesday after he was hit by a pitch at Frisco.
Midland-Odessa FC will play in front of a home crowd for the first time in nearly a month. They have been on a five game road trip that dates back to the end of May. They already have clinched a playoff spot. What does the team feel is its best strength? Midfielder Maliq Cooper says. " I think our team chemistry is really coming together really well. We have not been together long but all of us are like brothers, its a good thing to go out on the field and fight for each other."
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