Round Rock makes history with sixth win in a row

Jeff Hewitt
Jeff Hewitt 2 Min Read
Dell Diamond, home of the Round Rock Express, photo by Eddie Kelly/ProLook Photos

Last night’s game against the Salt Lake Bees made franchise history! It’s the first time in the Round Rock Express team history they have a six-game series sweep. They won by a final of 4-3.

On the mound

In his 1st appearance in a Express jersey right-hander, Wade Leblanc went five innings. He allowed three runs on five hits 5 and struckout eight.

Right-hander, Drew Anderson (3-1, 1.86) pitched three innings allowing only one hit and struckout six. Closer Joe Barlow is now a perfect 5-5 in saves opportunity after he pitched one inning with two strikeouts.

At the Plate

Eli White got the Express on board first with a single that brought in Leody Taveras in the 1st inning.

In the top of the 4th, Curtis Terry hit his team-leading eighth home run, a two-run shot that brought in Eli White.

In the top of the 7th, Anderson Tejeda, who singled prior stole 2nd base (8) and scored on a wild throw by the Bees catcher scoring the go-ahead run!

Hitting stars

Delino DeShields 2-5.363 Avg Leody Taveras 2-4 Eli White 2-3 .321 Avg Curtis Terry 1-3 2 RBI’s Hr

The red hot Express return home Thursday, June 3 to open a six-game series against El Paso before a twelve-game road trip that begins in Sugarland!


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