Dustin May did not allow a run in the Midwest League All-Star Game, and he continued that trend Sunday in a 2-1 Great Lakes Loons win over South Bend at Dow Diamond. The third-round pick by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2016 went 6 1/3 innings, giving up five hits, no runs and two walks, striking out five. He left with a 1-0 lead, but reliever Christian Stolo gave up a run in the eighth to tie the game. The Loons scored on a walk-off sacrifice fly.
SAGINAW, MI -- Nick Ludka kept telling himself it was Wednesday. It was Sunday and the final round of the 2017 Saginaw District Golf Tournament at the Saginaw Country Club. And Ludka was in the lead. "My dad (Mark) was my caddy, and he helped me the whole time," Ludka said. "I tend to get ahead of myself and think ahead. But my dad kept telling me to play like it's Wednesday night. "Just hit shots and make decisions like we're golfing together on a Wednesday night."
Cody Thomas may not want to see June come to an end. The Great Lakes Loons outfielder had two more hits Saturday in a 4-2 loss to the South Bend Cubs at Dow Diamond. Thomas, who hit three homers in the first two games of the series against South Bend, raised his batting average to .248. In June, Thomas is hitting .318 with a .366 on-base percentage. In his last 10 games, Thomas is hitting .361.
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Selecting a term
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