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Chihuahuas Capture 8-6 Win over 51s

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored in six different innings in their 8-6 win over the Las Vegas 51s at Cashman Field Saturday. The Chihuahuas have won four of five games on their current road trip.

Carlos Asuaje went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI in the win, while Rafael Ortega and pitcher Tyrell Jenkins had two hits each. Newcomer Nick Schulz went 1-for-4 with two RBIs in his Triple-A debut.

The Chihuahuas had at least one baserunner in all nine innings Saturday.

Jason Jester and Phil Maton each left a runner on base in scoreless innings to close the game. It was Maton’s ninth save of the season, good for second most in the league.

Next Game: Sunday, 1:05 pm at Cashman Field. El Paso RHP Kyle Lloyd (0-0, -.–) vs. Las Vegas LHP Steven Matz (MLB Rehab). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box ScoreTeam Records: El Paso (24-26), Las Vegas (19-31)

El Paso 8 Las Vegas 6 – Saturday

WP: Jenkins (4-4)

LP: Boscan (0-3)

S: Maton (9)

Time: 2:51

Attn: 8,018

Bees Outlast Chihuahuas 8-6; Barajas, Valdez Ejected in 8th

The El Paso Chihuahuas were six outs away from a series sweep Friday, but the Salt Lake Bees scored six times in the bottom of the eighth and won 8-6.

The Chihuahuas brought in at least one run in the first three innings of the game and built up a 6-2 lead by the seventh inning. Salt Lake’s eighth-inning rally included 10 batters and multi-run, extra-base hits by Eric Young Jr. and Shane Robinson.

Chihuahuas manager Rod Barajas and reliever Jose Valdez were ejected on separate plays in the eighth, the first two ejections of the season for the Chihuahuas, and the first for Barajas in his two seasons as El Paso’s manager.

Matt Magill was on line for the win after Salt Lake’s late success against the Chihuahuas bullpen, pitching the first seven innings of the game and allowing only two runs. Chihuahuas catcher Tony Cruz went 3-for-4 with an RBI double, while also catching a Bees running trying to steal.

The Chihuahuas won three of the four games and finished their time in Salt Lake this season with six wins and three losses at Smith’s Ballpark.

Next Game: Saturday, 8:05 pm at Cashman Field. El Paso RHP Tyrell Jenkins (3-4, 5.06) vs. Las Vegas RHP Wilfredo Boscan (0-2, 3.45). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score  |  Team Records: El Paso (23-26), Salt Lake (26-23)

Salt Lake 8 El Paso 6 – Friday

WP: Mahle (3-2)

LP: Valdez (1-3)

S: Miller (6)

Time: 2:51

Attn: 4,245

Chihuahuas Win Again, Swat Down Bees 8-5

The El Paso Chihuahuas clinched a series win over the Salt Lake Bees with an 8-5 victory at Smith’s Ballpark on Thursday night.

El Paso has won both series at Salt Lake this year and has a 38-18 all-time record versus the Bees.

The Chihuahuas put together a nine-batter, five-run rally in the second inning, including back-to-back, two-out, two-run hits by Jose Pirela and Rafael Ortega.

El Paso hit three home runs in the win, including back-to-back shots by Franchy Cordero and Pirela, the club’s second set of back-to-back homers this season. The Chihuahuas have hit 10 longballs in the last four games.

Walker Lockett surrendered three earned runs in 5.2 innings and has allowed only four earned runs in his last 17.2 innings. Salt Lake manager Keith Johnson was ejected in the sixth inning for arguing a close play at home plate. The Bees have left 30 runners on base in the last two games combined.

The Bees had a hit and three walks with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to make it interesting, but Phil Maton came in and struck out Kaleb Cowart to leave the tying run on base and pick up a one-out save.

Next Game: Friday, 6:35 pm at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Matt Magill (2-3, 4.17) vs. Salt Lake TBA. The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score  |  Team Records: El Paso (23-25), Salt Lake (25-23)

El Paso 8 Salt Lake 5 – Thursday

WP: Lockett (5-2)

LP: Scribner (5-1)

S: Maton (8)

Time: 3:09

Attn: 3,696

Chihuahuas Stop Salt Lake Bees in Extra Innings 5-4

Rocky Gale’s RBI double in the top of the 10th inning helped the El Paso Chihuahuas beat the Salt Lake Bees 5-4 Wednesday night. It was El Paso’s first extra-inning win of the season.

Gale also caught two Bees trying to steal for the second consecutive game, including the potential tying run in the bottom of the 10th on Wednesday.

Nick Buss went 2-for-4 with his second home run in as many games. Chihuahuas starter Bryan Rodriguez allowed two earned runs in 5.2 innings in his return from Double-A. Phil Maton earned the win after tossing a scoreless ninth and tenth inning.

The Chihuahuas have taken the first two games of their eight-game road swing.

Salt Lake used three pitchers in the first three innings, as Los Angeles Angels Mike Morin and Huston Street pitched an inning each on injury rehab at the beginning of the game.

Next Game: Thursday, 6:35 pm at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Walker Lockett (4-2, 4.35) vs. Salt Lake RHP Troy Scribner (5-0, 3.25). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score Team Records: El Paso (22-25), Salt Lake (25-22)

El Paso 5 Salt Lake 4 – Wednesday – 10 Innings

WP: Maton (1-1)

LP: Nuss (0-1)

S: None

Time: 3:02

Attn: 3,618

Chihuahuas Crush Bees 14-5 in Salt Lake

The El Paso Chihuahuas began their eight-game road trip with a 14-5 win over the Salt Lake Bees Tuesday night at Smith’s Ballpark.

El Paso chased Salt Lake starter Vicente Campos after one inning and have now scored eight earned runs against Campos in three innings this season.

El Paso surged ahead with four runs in a nine-batter sixth inning. It was an unexpected rally, as the first two batters were retired before the next six reached base. The Chihuahuas piled up 17 hits in the win, their fifth time reaching double digit hits in their last nine contests.

Rafael Ortega went 4-for-5 with two RBIs, his second four-hit game in the last five days. One day after being named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week, Christian Villanueva went 2-for-5 with a home run and four RBIs.

El Paso hit four home runs Tuesday to set a new season high. Rocky Gale caught two Bees trying to steal and has thrown out 42 percent of attempted base stealers this season.

Next Game: Wednesday, 6:35 pm at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Bryan Rodriguez (1-3, 5.47) vs. Salt Lake TBA. The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score |  Team Records: El Paso (21-25), Salt Lake (25-21)

El Paso 14 Salt Lake 5 – Tuesday

WP: Cimber (1-0)

LP: Banuelos (2-4)

S: None

Time: 3:17

Attn: 3,866

Chihuahuas’ Rally Falls Short, Dodgers Down Dogs 4-3

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored the final three runs of Monday’s game at Southwest University Park but lost to the Oklahoma City Dodgers 4-3.

Oklahoma City brought in four runs in a nine-batter first inning, the seventh time in the last eight games El Paso’s opponent has scored first.

The four-run lead held until the sixth, when Jose Pirela hit a solo home run to right field. It was Pirela’s fifth home run of the series, ninth of the season and seventh in his last nine games.

Jabari Blash hit a towering, pinch-hit, two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to get El Paso within one. It was the Chihuahuas first pinch-hit home run since Alex Dickerson’s at Iowa on May 23, 2016.

The Chihuahuas had baserunners in both the eighth and ninth innings but did not score. The Dodgers won three of the four games in the series.

Next Game: Tuesday, 6:35 pm at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Dinelson Lamet (3-2, 3.23) vs. Salt Lake RHP Daniel Wright (2-1, 9.35). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score  |  Team Records: Oklahoma City (24-18), El Paso (20-25)

Oklahoma City 4 El Paso 3 – Monday

WP: Castillo (3-2)

LP: Jenkins (3-4)

S: Morrow (6)

Time: 2:52

Attn: 8,284

Chihuahuas Infielder Villanueva Named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week

ROUND ROCK, Tx – The Pacific Coast League announced Monday that El Paso Chihuahuas’ third baseman Christian Villanueva and Oklahoma City Dodgers’ right-hander Wilmer Font have been named the League’s Player and Pitcher of the Week for May 15-21.

Villanueva hit .480 over seven games, while Font recorded 25 strikeouts in 12.0 innings, including a record-setting 15-strikeout performance on May 15.

The first-year Chihuahua collected 12 hits, tied for the third most in the PCL last week, with four going for extra bases. He hit three homers, drove in seven, scored eight runs and totaled 22 bases. Villanueva’s .880 slugging percentage was second in the League, while his .519 on-base percentage and 1.399 OPS placed third.

Villanueva’s week was highlighted by a five-hit, five-run performance on May 19 against Oklahoma City. He became only the second player since the start of last season to reach those totals in a game, with Fresno’s Preston Tucker the other to do so on June 30, 2016. In that game, Villanueva also homered and drove in three. The five-hit game was the seventh in the PCL this year.

A day prior, the 25-year-old also homered, collecting three hits and two RBI in a win over Colorado Springs. In total, he hit safely in four of his six starts.

The Mexico native started the season on the disabled list but has played in 17 games since returning, hitting .340 (18-for-53) with four home runs, 12 RBI and 11 runs scored. Villanueva originally signed with the Rangers in August 2008 and spent the first three full seasons in their farm system before getting traded to the Cubs on July 31, 2012.

He has played parts of three seasons in the PCL, between Iowa and El Paso, hitting .250 (183-for-731) with 28 homers and 126 RBI. This is his fifth career Player of the Week award and third in the PCL. He was honored twice in 2015, joining Reno’s Jamie Romak as the only players that season to be awarded multiple times.

In two starts, Font walked only three to his 25 strikeouts, allowed seven hits and four runs in 12.0 innings (3.00 ERA), while limiting batters to a .163 average (7-for-43). His 15 strikeouts against Sacramento May 15 set an Oklahoma City team record and were the most in a PCL start since August 27, 2007 when the River Cats’ Dallas Braden fanned 17 in a three-hit shutout.

Font retired the first 18 hitters that night, 12 via strikeout, before issuing a leadoff walk in the seventh inning. After getting another strikeout, he gave up back-to-back singles, the second plating the only run he allowed, before the striking out the final two hitters he faced.

Font capped his week with a 10-strikeout performance on May 21 at El Paso, giving up three runs and two walks in five innings. It was his third double-digit strikeout game of the season and only the ninth such in the PCL in 2017. Font has fanned 73 hitters in nine starts, the most in Minor League Baseball. He has averaged only 9.96 baserunners-per-9 innings, the third lowest among PCL starters.

The 26-year-old is in his first season in the Dodgers organization and the 10th of his professional career. He came up through the Texas system and was in the Rangers organization until signing with the Blue Jays as a free agent prior to 2016. This is his second career Player of the Week award, previously winning with Double-A New Hampshire in the Eastern League for the period of August 15-21, 2016.

Dodgers Outlast Chihuahuas 5-4 in 10 Innings

Jack Murphy’s two-out, two-strike RBI single in the top of the 10th inning helped the Oklahoma City Dodgers beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 5-4 Sunday night.

The Chihuahuas are now 0-2 in extra-inning games this season.

Trailing 4-1 in the fourth, the Chihuahuas scored twice on an RBI double by rehabbing Padres player Hector Sanchez and an RBI single by Dusty Coleman. A few innings later in the seventh, Coleman launched a high home run to left center field to tie the game.

Rocky Gale doubled with two outs in the bottom of the 10th but pinch runner Rafael Ortega was left on base representing the tying run. Oklahoma City pitching piled up 18 strikeouts in the game

Next Game: Monday, 11:05 am at Southwest University Park. Oklahoma City RHP Fabio Castillo (2-3, 3.72) vs. El Paso RHP Tyrell Jenkins (3-3, 4.81). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box ScoreTeam Records: Oklahoma City (23-18), El Paso (20-24)

Oklahoma City 5 El Paso 4 – Sunday – 10 Innings

WP: Marks (1-0)

LP: Bawcom (0-2)

S: Dayton (1)

Time: 3:08

Attn: 8,742

Dodgers Down Dogs 7-3; Series Continues Sunday

The Oklahoma City Dodgers defeated the El Paso Chihuahuas 7-3 Saturday, giving each team a win in the first two games of the series.

Former MLB All-Star Jair Jurrjens got the win for Oklahoma City, his second career victory at Southwest University Park, having also beaten the Chihuahuas on July 11, 2015 while with Albuquerque.

Jose Pirela went 2-for-5 with two home runs and three RBIs. It was the second consecutive multi-home run game for Pirela and his third multi-home run game this week, having also hit two longballs Sunday in Memphis.

One night after collecting four hits, Franchy Cordero went 3-for-5 atop the El Paso order. Christian Villanueva had two hits for El Paso and is now 10 for his last 14.

Walker Lockett didn’t allow any earned runs but took the loss, as three El Paso errors helped Oklahoma City score five unearned runs. The Chihuahuas have split the first six games of their eight-game homestand,

Next Game: Sunday, 6:05 pm at Southwest University Park. Oklahoma City RHP Wilmer Font (3-3, 4.29) vs. El Paso RHP Matt Magill (2-3, 3.92). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score  | Team Records: Oklahoma City (22-18), El Paso (20-23)

Oklahoma City 7 El Paso 3 – Saturday

WP: Jurrjens (4-1)

LP: Lockett (4-2)

S: None

Time: 3:02

Attn: 9,509

Chihuahuas Tie Team Record en Route to 16-8 Win over OKC

The El Paso Chihuahuas tied a team record with 23 hits Friday in their 16-8 win over the Oklahoma City Dodgers. The other Chihuahuas 23-hit game was June 5, 2016 at Fresno.

El Paso’s eighth inning produced nine runs, which also tied a team record. Oklahoma City used four pitchers in the long eighth-inning rally.

Oklahoma City led 5-0 in the second inning and 6-4 in the seventh before the Chihuahuas repeated late scoring. Oklahoma City also led 5-0 early in Game 1 of the 2016 PCL Championship Series in El Paso before the Chihuahuas came back to win.

Christian Villanueva went 5-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs for El Paso, joining Abraham Almonte, Franchy Cordero, Alex Dickerson, Rocky Gale and Manuel Margot as Chihuahuas to collect five hits in one game.

Franchy Cordero went 4-for-6, falling a home run shy of the cycle.

Rafael Ortega had four hits as well. Jose Pirela went 2-for-5 with two home runs, his second multi-home run game of the season.

Next Game: Saturday, 7:05 pm at Southwest University Park. Oklahoma City RHP Jair Jurrjens (3-1, 3.20) vs. El Paso RHP Walker Lockett (4-1, 4.84). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score |  Team Records: Oklahoma City (21-18), El Paso (20-22)

El Paso 16 Oklahoma City 8 – Friday

WP: Jester (1-0)

LP: Dayton (0-1)

S: None

Time: 3:42

Attn: 8,810

Mid-Game Rally Lifts Chihuahuas Over SkySox 4-1

The El Paso Chihuahuas fell behind early but scored four unanswered runs in their 4-1 victory over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Thursday at Southwest University Park. The two teams split the four-game series.

Colorado Springs went ahead 1-0 on Ryan Cordell’s first-inning triple, giving the Sky Sox a lead in the first inning for the fourth consecutive game. It was the only run El Paso starter Dinelson Lamet allowed in his six-inning start.

With two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning, Jabari Blash hit an RBI double over the right fielder’s head and scored moments later on Christian Villanueva’s RBI single.

Dusty Coleman hit a home run off the Santa Fe Pavilion in right field in the seventh, his fourth longball of the year, to put El Paso ahead 4-1.

Phil Maton’s seven saves are good for second most in the Pacific Coast League.

Next Game: Friday, 7:05 pm at Southwest University Park. Oklahoma City RHP Trevor Oaks (1-1, 3.79) vs. El Paso RHP Chris Huffman (0-0, -.–).

The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score |  Team Records: Colorado Springs (23-13), El Paso (19-22)

El Paso 4 Colorado Springs 1 – Thursday

WP: Lamet (3-2)

LP: Woodruff (5-2)

S: Maton (7)

Time: 2:43

Attn: 7,675

Chihuahuas, Whataburger Team Up for Annual Food Drive at Southwest University Park

The El Paso Chihuahuas are teaming up with Whataburger to host the Third Annual Food Drive at Southwest University Park.

The drive will take place Friday, May 19ththrough Monday, May 22nd when the Chihuahuas host the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate). The drive will benefit the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank.

Fans are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items as they enter through the gates of Southwest University Park during the home series.

Chihuahuas fans who donate three (3) or more canned goods, non-perishable food items, or a minimum monetary contribution of $1, Whataburger will give each donor one (1) coupon good for a free Whataburger, while supplies last. Every $1 donation produces up to 10 meals.

“It is a privilege to team up with Whataburger and Chihuahuas fans to help the El Pasoans Fight Hunger Food Bank where we all can make a significant positive impact on our community,” said Vice President and General Manager Brad Taylor.

Food collection will take place at the Santa Fe Gate entrance one hour before each game during the series. Fans are asked to donate canned vegetables and fruits, soups, high protein items such as tuna and peanut butter, boxed pastas and cereals, and staples such as packaged rice and beans.

Fans may also make monetary donations.

The Chihuahuas and Whataburger exceeded their 2016 goal, collecting more than 10,000 meals to feed local homeless, including 397 pounds of food equaling 330 meals. The Chihuahuas are looking to meet or exceed the 2017 goal of 10,000 meal donations during the drive.

“Whataburger is looking forward to working with the El Paso Chihuahuas to fight hunger in our city,” said Whataburger Director of Operations Henry Apodaca. “When our neighbors are in need, it’s important to treat them like family and do what we can to help. Thanks to the generous support of Chihuahua fans and loyal Whataburger customers, we’re grateful for the opportunity to serve the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank.”

In addition to the food drive, the Chihuahuas Volunteer Pack presented by Helen of Troy will be volunteering at the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank headquarters on Saturday, May 20th from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m.

The Pack, alongside Whataburger representatives, will be assisting with sorting food, cleaning, office work, and other duties as needed at the warehouse. Anyone interested in joining the Helen of Troy Volunteer Pack can register here: bit.ly/All_Paws_In.

Great seats are still available for the Chihuahuas homestand and are on sale now at epchihuahuas.com or by calling (915) 533-BASE. Guests are encouraged to purchase early and from the Chihuahuas Box Office for the best prices and savings!

The remainder of the homestand includes:

Thursday, May 18, 2017  |  Gates: 5:30 p.m.  |  First Pitch: 6:35p.m.

Yappy Hour

Thrifty Thursday presented by KLAQ, KFOX, Univision, TriColor, What’s Up

Thank You Thursday

Friday, May 19, 2017  |  Gates: 6 p.m.  |  First Pitch: 7:05p.m.

Mascot Mania presented by GECU

Flat Screen Friday presented by KTSM and Hot 93.5 FM

Saturday, May 20, 2017  |  Gates: 6 p.m.  |  First Pitch: 7:05p.m.

Pirate Night

Pirate Eye Patch Giveaway

Fireworks Spectacular presented by KVIA and KISS FM

Sunday, May 21, 2017  |  Gates: 5 p.m.  | First Pitch: 6:05 p.m.

GECU Bark at the Park

Clifford the Big Red Dog presented by KCOS

Kids Day presented by KCOS, Telemundo, Sunny 99.9

Kids Socks Giveaway

Monday, May 22, 2017  |  Gates: 9:30 a.m.  |  First Pitch: 11:05 a.m.

Matinee Game

Baseball In Education – Art

Military Monday presented by KHEY Country and Power 102

For more information on all of our promotions and to purchase tickets, visit epchihuahuas.com.

SkySox Strike Early, Sink Chihuahuas 4-2

The Colorado Springs Sky Sox beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 4-2 Wednesday to win their second consecutive game at Southwest University Park.

The Sky Sox scored twice early for the third consecutive game, bringing in two runs on two hits in the top of the first. As they did in the previous two games, the Chihuahuas came back quickly to tie it Wednesday.

El Paso scored two runs in the second inning on an RBI groundout by Diego Goris and an RBI double by Dusty Coleman, his seventh double of the year.

Colorado Springs broke the tie with two runs in the seventh inning and the Sky Sox bullpen did not allow any runs or hits in the final three innings of the game.

Tyrell Jenkins put together his third consecutive solid start, allowing three earned runs in 6.2 innings and retiring 12 consecutive batters between the third and sixth innings. Rafael Ortega went 2-for-4 atop the order for El Paso.

Next Game: Thursday, 6:35 pm at Southwest University Park. Colorado Springs RHP Brandon Woodruff (5-1, 2.77) vs. El Paso RHP Dinelson Lamet (2-2, 3.55).

The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score | Team Records: Colorado Springs (23-12), El Paso (18-22)

Colorado Springs 4 El Paso 2 – Wednesday

WP: Ventura (1-0)

LP: Jenkins (3-3)

S: Cravy (1)

Time: 2:28

Attn: 8,308

SkySox Stymie Chihuahuas’ Rally TWICE, Take Four-Hour Game 15-11

The El Paso Chihuahuas had a five-run comeback and a four-run comeback Tuesday but lost a wild game to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox 15-11.

The Chihuahuas trailed 5-0 before scoring three runs in the fifth inning and four more in the sixth to go ahead. Colorado Springs brought in six in the seventh, the most runs allowed in an inning this season by El Paso.

Behind 11-7 in the bottom of the eighth, the Chihuahuas stormed back to tie the game again on an RBI single by Collin Cowgill and a three-run double off the right field wall by Tony Cruz.

Colorado Springs reliever Wei-Chung Wang hit a two-out, two-strike RBI single for Colorado Springs in the ninth to break the 11-11 tie. It was Wang’s first professional RBI. Brett Phillips’ second home run of the game provided three insurance runs in the top of the ninth.

Jabari Blash walked four times, one base on balls short of the PCL single-game record, and went 2-for-2 for El Paso. Cowgill, Cruz and Jose Pirela had two hits each for El Paso.

At four hours and five minutes, it was the longest nine-inning game in team history.

Next Game: Wednesday, 11:05 pm at Southwest University Park. Colorado Springs RHP Paolo Espino (4-0, 2.54) vs. El Paso RHP Tyrell Jenkins (3-2, 4.95). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score  |  Team Records: Colorado Springs (22-12), El Paso (18-21)

Colorado Springs 15 El Paso 11 – Tuesday

WP: Wang (1-0)

LP: Fisher (0-2)

S: None

Time: 4:05

Attn: 5,683

Chihuahuas Chew Up SkySox 10-5

The El Paso Chihuahuas had a season high 16 hits in their 10-5 win over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Monday night at Southwest University Park.

Six different Chihuahuas had multiple hits in the victory; all eight position players had a hit or an RBI Monday.

Carlos Asuaje went 3-for-4 with a home run, a walk and two RBIs on the night the team gave out his bobblehead. Jabari Blash and Christian Villanueva also went deep for El Paso, as the Chihuahuas tied their season high with three home runs in the game.

Walker Lockett allowed only one earned run in seven innings, tying his season high for most innings in a start. The Chihuahuas advanced to 7-5 all-time against Colorado Springs with the win.

Next Game: Tuesday, 6:35 pm at Southwest University Park. Colorado Springs RHP Michael Blazek (0-0, 3.38) vs. El Paso RHP Matt Magill (2-3, 3.40).

The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Box Score |  Team Records: Colorado Springs (21-12), El Paso (18-20)

El Paso 10 Colorado Springs 5 – Monday

WP: Lockett (4-1)

LP: Burgos (2-3)

S: None

Time: 2:45

Attn: 6,170

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