The Miners made their first visit this season to Henderson to face the Flash and came home with a 9-2 victory. The win is Madisonville’s fourth straight and moves the team back over .500 on the season at 14-13. The win also keeps the Miners in sole possession of second place in the West Division of the OVL standings, two games behind the Hoptown Hoppers (15-10).
The Miners host the Flash at Elmer Kelley on Sunday, July 2. Please take note that the game will start at 5pm CT rather than the regular time of 7pm CT in order to accommodate that City of Madisonville’s 4th Fest activities in the City Park on Sunday night.
Since our last post, the Miners have played the following games:
With a 5-4 loss to Paducah at Elmer Kelley on Monday night, the Miners (10-12) have dropped two straight games and into third place in the West Division of the OVL standings. Monday night’s loss comes on the heels of a 7-6 loss to the Bombers in Dubois County on Sunday night. The official box scores and game summaries for both games are available here:
Miners @ Bombers – Sunday, June 25
Chiefs @ Miners – Monday, June 26
The Miners host the Hoptown Hoppers on Tuesday night at Elmer Kelley.
The Miners (10-10) downed the Dubois County Bombers (15-3) by the final score of 6-5 on Saturday night in Madisonville.
The complete box score and game summary is available here: Bombers@Miners062417.
The two teams hook back up Sunday night in Dubois County. The game gets underway at 5pm CT/6pm ET in Huntingburg, Indiana.
The Miners ended their four game losing skid with a 5-2 victory over the Muhlenberg County Stallions on Sunday night in Greenville.
Miner starter Austin Henrich pitched 6-2/3 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits with three strikeouts, one walk, and one hit batter.
Henrich entered the bottom of the seventh with a 2-0 lead, when the Stallions tied the game up on a ground ball that hit the first base bag and bounced away from 1B Nick Keaton, driving in a run. Keaton then recovered the ball and threw it over the head of 3B Sam Browning, allowing the unearned tying run to score.
The score stayed tied from there until Brooks Benson drilled a three run home run off Stallion reliever Cortland Hampton in the top of the 11th inning. Jonathan Joy shut the Stallions down in the bottom of the frame to seal the win for Madisonville.
The complete box score and game summary is available here: Miners at Stallions – June 11, 2017
Madisonville gets an off day on Monday before heading to Dubois County on Tuesday night for their first meeting of the year with the Bombers.
The Miners hope to end a four game losing skid Sunday night in Greenville against the Muhlenberg County Stallions. Game time is 7:05pm CT.
The Stallions do not provide a live audio stream to their games, but we will provide an iScore Gamecast link shortly before game time so you can follow the pitch-by-pitch action. Check our Twitter (@MadvilleMiners) and our Facebook page for the link.
The box scores and game summaries for the last two games are here:
June 9, 2017 – Railroaders 13, Miners 6 (at Madisonville)
June 10, 2017 – Stallions 10, Miners 9 (at Madisonville)