The 18U AAA Southeast Twins were in Regina for a pair of games against the White Sox Friday night. The Sox would take the first game 5-2, while the Twins rallied back to win the second game of the night 10-5.
In the first game, Sutter Balog had the start on the mound, going five innings. He would strike out five while allowing five runs – two earned – on four hits. He also gave up four walks.
The sixth inning was pitched by Conner Kerr. He would give up one walk while forcing the batters of the White Sox into two ground outs and a fly out to finish the inning off.
At the plate, the Twins could only muster two hits. One of those was an RBI triple by Brody Dorrance. Nathan Yunick drove in the other run for the Twins.
The second game of the night would see the Twins steal a combined eight bases, while also hitting three doubles and three triples on their way to the victory.
Cooper Walbaum went 6 1/3 innings, giving up two earned runs on six hits. He struck out five while also allowing three walks. Mason Fichter finished the game off, with the two batters he faced going down in just five pitches.
At the plate, Spencer Copeland and Carter Beck led the way. Copeland would finish the day with a double and a triple while also driving in a run. Beck had a triple while recording two RBIs, and stealing three bases.
Also hitting doubles in the game were Dorrance and Kerr, while Callum Hollinger had the other triple. In addition to the RBIs from Beck and Copeland, Dorrance, Hollinger and Kerr drove in two runs each.
The Twins will now get a few days off before they look to improve their 12-5 record against the Red Sox at Lynn Prime Park Friday.