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Salt Lake Bees Sting Chihuahuas 13-5

The El Paso Chihuahuas had multiple early leads but the Salt Lake Bees scored in seven of its eight innings and came back multiple times to win 13-5 Thursday.

Rafael Ortega led off the game with a home run, becoming the first Chihuahua to do so since Manuel Margot on August 4, 2016 versus Tacoma. Ortega reached base four times Thursday with two hits and two walks. Jose Pirela and Nick Buss also collected two hits each for El Paso.

Zach Lee pitched four innings in his Chihuahuas debut, allowing four earned runs on six hits. Padres pitcher Carter Capps surrendered five runs on three hits in one third of an inning in his fifth MLB injury rehab appearance with El Paso.

Two days after being outrighted from San Diego, catcher/pitcher Christian Bethancourt allowed one hit and no runs in two thirds of an inning.

It was the first matchup of the year between the Bees and Chihuahuas.

Box Score | Team Records: El Paso (9-12), Salt Lake (14-7)

Next Game: Friday, 6:35 pm at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Walker Lockett (2-1, 5.32) vs. Salt Lake RHP Daniel Wright (1-1, 10.80). The game will air on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com.

Salt Lake 13 El Paso 5 – Thursday

WP: Gagnon (1-0)

LP: Rodriguez (1-2)

S: None

Time: 3:12

Attn: 2,382

Rain-Soaked Rally Falls Short: Bees Beat Chihuahuas 4-2

The El Paso Chihuahuas hit two home runs in the bottom of the ninth inning but lost to the Salt Lake Bees 4-2 Tuesday. The Bees and Chihuahuas split the four-game series and El Paso won the season series 10 games to six.

Salt Lake designated hitter Rafael Ortega led off the top of the first inning with a home run to right field, giving the Bees a 1-0 lead. Austin Hedges’ throwing error in the fourth inning helped the Bees gain a 2-0 advantage and Todd Cunningham’s two-run double put Salt Lake ahead 4-0 in the seventh.

Nate Smith pitched six shutout innings for Salt Lake, with the only baserunner against him coming on a Hector Sanchez fifth inning single.

With the Chihuahuas batting in the bottom of the eighth inning, a thunderstorm delayed the game for an hour and 18 minutes. After the delay, Nick Torres and Diego Goris hit back-to-back home runs to lead off the bottom of the ninth, the first set of Chihuahuas’ back-to-back homers since Hunter Renfroe and Hedges on July 24 at Sacramento.

The Chihuahuas did not score again in the ninth and dropped their second straight game.

Tuesday was the second time in the last three games El Paso was held to four hits or less. Walter Lockett allowed only one earned run in six innings in his Triple-A debut for the Chihuahuas.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_08_23_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (58-70), El Paso (68-62)

Next Game: Wednesday at 6:35 pm vs. Albuquerque at Isotopes Park. El Paso RHP Bryan Rodriguez (4-6, 5.35) vs. Albuquerque LHP Harrison Musgrave (8-6, 4.42). Game coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

Salt Lake 4 El Paso 2 – Tuesday

WP: Smith (8-8)

LP: Lockett (0-1)

S: None

Time: 2:15 (1:18 delay)

Attn: 6,872

SLC Bees Sting Chihuahuas 2 to 1

The Salt Lake Bees beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 2-0 Monday, handing El Paso its fourth shutout loss of the season.

The Bees took a 1-0 lead on a third-inning RBI double by Sherman Johnson and added a second run three innings later on Anthony Bemboom’s RBI single, one of three hits he had in the game.

The Chihuahuas collected seven hits in the loss and had opportunities to score, gaining two baserunners with less than two outs in both the fifth and sixth innings. Salt Lake starter Kyle McGowin pitched six shutout innings and moved to 1-1 vs. El Paso this season.

El Paso starting pitcher Michael Kelly allowed two runs on five hits in five innings Monday, suffering his third loss of the year. El Paso relievers Leonel Campos, Derek Eitel and Rafael De Paula all tossed scoreless outings, giving the Chihuahuas nine straight scoreless relief appearances.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_08_22_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (57-70), El Paso (68-61)

Next Game: Tuesday at 7:05 pm vs. Salt Lake at Southwest University Park. Salt Lake RHP Nate Smith (7-8, 4.85) vs. El Paso RHP Walter Lockett (0-0, -.–). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso andwww.epchihuahuas.com

Salt Lake 2 El Paso 0 – Monday

WP: McGowin (6-11)

LP: Kelly (6-3)

S: Middleton (1)

Time: 2:47

Attn: 5,875

Chihuahuas Best Bees 2 to 1; Magic Number down to 10

The El Paso Chihuahuas won their second straight game Sunday, defeating the Salt Lake Bees 2-1 at Southwest University Park. The victory moves El Paso’s magic number to 10 with 15 games remaining in the regular season.

Carlos Pimentel set a 2016 Chihuahuas’ single-game high by striking out nine Salt Lake batters. El Paso pitching has compiled 22 strikeouts in the first two games of the series.

The Chihuahuas were held hitless until the sixth inning when Hunter Renfroe hit a single to left field, the second time in the last six games that Renfroe produced El Paso’s first hit of a game after the fifth inning.

Carlos Asuaje went 0-for-3 with a walk, ending his 10-game hitting streak. The Chihuahuas’ bullpen has not allowed any runs during Saturday and Sunday’s back-to-back wins, with Jason Jester, Buddy Baumann and Eric Yardley all tossing scoreless outings Sunday.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_08_21_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (56-70), El Paso (68-60)

Next Game: Monday at 7:05 pm vs. Salt Lake at Southwest University Park. Salt Lake RHP Kyle McGowin (5-11, 6.14) vs. El Paso RHP Michael Kelly (6-2, 5.04). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 2 Salt Lake 1 – Sunday

WP: Jester (2-2)

LP: Bailey (0-1)

S: Yardley (3)

Time: 2:43

Attn: 7,815

Chihuahuas Bounce Bees 5-1; Four Pitchers hold SLC to 1 Run

The El Paso Chihuahuas struck out 12 Salt Lake batters and did not allow any earned runs in their 5-1 win over the Bees Saturday night at Southwest University Park. Frank Garces, Daniel Moskos, Derek Eitel and Buddy Baumann combined to hold Salt Lake to only four hits, with none going for extra bases, in the win.

Two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum started for Salt Lake and pitched six innings, surrendering one run on seven hits.

The Chihuahuas scored first when Carlos Asuaje hit an RBI single in the bottom of the third to bring in Manuel Margot, who stole both second base and third base earlier in the inning.

With the score tied 1-1, El Paso burst ahead 3-1 in the seventh with runs coming in on Jose Rondon’s RBI single and an errant intentional walk pitch by Salt Lake with a Chihuahuas’ runner at third.

Diego Goris hit a two-run double in the bottom of the eighth to add to the Chihuahuas’ lead. The Chihuahuas magic number to clinch the Southern Division is 11 with 16 regular season games remaining. Garces has now thrown 12 consecutive scoreless innings at home.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_08_20_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (56-69), El Paso (67-60)

Next Game: Sunday at 6:05 pm vs. Salt Lake at Southwest University Park. Salt Lake RHP Troy Scribner (3-1, 1.29) vs. El Paso RHP Carlos Pimentel (11-7, 6.10). Game coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso andwww.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 5 Salt Lake 1 – Saturday

WP: Moskos (5-2)

LP: Broussard (2-3)

S: None

Time: 2:47

Attn: 9,033

Chihuahuas Beat Bees 11-2; Hedges Sets Record

Austin Hedges set the Chihuahuas’ single-game RBI record in El Paso’s 11-2 win over the Salt Lake Bees Sunday afternoon.

Hedges went 3-for-5 with two home runs and eight runs batted in, surpassing Jake Goebbert’s seven-RBI game from June 12, 2014 to set a club record. All eight of Hedges’ RBIs came in the first three innings.

Nineteen-year-old Luis Urias reached base six times for El Paso, going 2-for-2 with his first Triple-A home run, three walks and a hit by pitch. The Chihuahuas also had a solo home run from Alexi Amarista, his first in an El Paso uniform. Jabari Blash went 3-for-4 with a walk in the win.

Michael Kelly, Frank Garces, Michael Dimock and Leonel Campos all had scoreless pitching appearances for El Paso Sunday.

After dropping the first two games in Salt Lake, the Chihuahuas beat the Bees by a combined score of 23-3 in the second half of the four-game series. The Chihuahuas won four of seven on the road trip and enter the Pacific Coast League all-star break in first place by 6.5 games over second place Las Vegas.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_07_10_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: El Paso (53-37), Salt Lake (42-46)

Next Game: Thursday at 7:05 p.m. vs. Nashville at Southwest University Park. Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 11 Salt Lake 2 – Sunday

WP: Garces (3-3)

LP: Weller (0-3)

S: None

Time: 2:56

Attn: 4,256

Chihuahuas Crush Bees 12-1 in Salt Lake City

The El Paso Chihuahuas broke a two-game losing skid with a convincing 12-1 victory at Smith’s Ballpark in Salt Lake Saturday. Jabari Blash went 2-for-4 with two early doubles and three RBIs, his second multi-double game of the road trip.

Leading 4-1 in the bottom of the eighth, the Chihuahuas broke the game open with a 10-batter rally spread across two different Bees’ pitchers. All five runs in the inning came with two outs on a three-run double by Hector Sanchez and a two-run single by newcomer Luis Urias. Sanchez has now accumulated 13 RBIs in 11 games with the Chihuahuas.

Keith Hessler pitched two scoreless relief innings to get the win and Derek Eitel tossed the final three frames to earn his first save of the season. Daniel McCutchen threw four scoreless innings to start the game and now has allowed only five earned runs in 18 innings versus Salt Lake this season.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_07_09_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: El Paso (52-37), Salt Lake (42-45)

Next Game: Sunday at 1:05 p.m. vs. Salt Lake at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Michael Kelly (4-0, 4.09) vs. Salt Lake RHP Blayne Weller (0-2, 12.00). Game coverage begins at 1:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso andwww.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 12 Salt Lake 1 – Saturday

WP: Hessler (1-1)

LP: McGowin (4-6)

S: Eitel (1)

Time: 3:07

Attn: 8,545

Bees Bust Chihuahuas’ Rally Once Again, Win 4-3

For the second time in as many nights, the El Paso Chihuahuas threatened to catch the Salt Lake Bees in the ninth inning but fell short both times, including a 4-3 loss Friday night at Smith’s Ballpark.

Alexi Amarista had a one-out single in the ninth but was left on base. The Chihuahuas left nine runners on in the loss.

Down 1-0 in the top of the third, Austin Hedges roped a two-run triple to right field, his first triple of the season. The Chihuahuas stayed ahead by a run until the fifth, when the Bees scored twice to take the lead. The Chihuahuas had multiple opportunities to tie the game, but Salt Lake turned inning-ending double plays in both the sixth and seventh innings.

Bryan Rodriguez entered his start with only three earned runs allowed in his last 14 innings but surrendered four earned runs in 5.1 innings Friday. El Paso reliever Buddy Baumann tossed 1.2 scoreless frames and lowered his ERA to 1.06. Salt Lake had a bullpen day, using five pitchers in the victory.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_07_08_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: El Paso (51-37), Salt Lake (42-44)

Next Game: Saturday at 7:05 p.m. vs. Salt Lake at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Daniel McCutchen (8-5, 5.61) vs. Salt Lake RHP Kyle McGowin (4-5, 5.79). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

Salt Lake 4 El Paso 3 – Friday

WP: Guerra (2-0)

LP: Rodriguez (4-2)

S: Achter (3)

Time: 3:06

Attn: 9,650

Salt Lake City fights off Chihuahuas’ Rally, Beat ‘Dogs 9-7

The El Paso Chihuahuas scored six runs after the sixth inning Thursday but could not catch Salt Lake in the Bees’ 9-7 victory. Edwin Jackson allowed 10 hits and seven earned runs in his third start with the Chihuahuas.

El Paso trailed 8-1 in the seventh inning when the club scored twice on an RBI single by Manuel Margot and an RBI double by Carlos Asuaje. With runners at second and third and two outs, Salt Lake brought in reliever Jose Valdez, who got Hunter Renfroe to line out to center field and end the inning.

Down 9-3 in the ninth, the Chihuahuas brought the tying run to the on-deck circle after an RBI double by Nick Noonan, a two-out, two-strike RBI single by Asuaje, and a line drive home run to left field by Renfroe, but the rally stopped there and Salt Lake hung on to win.

Renfroe’s homer was his league-leading 21st of the season and his third in the last five games. El Paso is 2-2 on its current road trip.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_07_07_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: El Paso (51-36), Salt Lake (41-44)

Next Game: Friday at 7:05 p.m. vs. Salt Lake at Smith’s Ballpark. El Paso RHP Bryan Rodriguez (4-1, 3.57) vs. Salt Lake TBA. Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

Salt Lake 9 El Paso 7 – Thursday

WP: Jackson (0-1)

LP: Skaggs (1-2)

S: Morin (1)

Time: 3:01

Attn: 5,748

Chihuahuas Bomb Bees 9-3; Hit the Road to Reno for Next Series

The El Paso Chihuahuas beat the Salt Lake Bees 9-3 Friday and have now won or split seven of their last eight series. Michael Kelly got his second win in as many starts and has allowed only three runs in the first 11.2 innings of his Triple-A career.

Austin Hedges went 1-for-3 with a three-run home run, his sixth homer in his last eight games.

Hedges homered in all four games of the homestand and in the process joined Cody Decker and Hunter Renfroe as Chihuahuas to hit home runs in four consecutive games.

Manuel Margot went 2-for-5 with a triple and now has seven triples to tie teammate Carlos Asuaje for the Pacific Coast League lead.

For the second time in the four-game series, the Chihuahuas hit three balls over the fence, as Jabari Blash and Taylor Lindsey also went deep Friday. Lindsey had two hits in his first Triple-A game of the season.

The Chihuahuas are 6-2 versus the Bees in 2016 and 28-12 against Salt Lake all-time.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_06_24_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (34-39), El Paso (43-31)

Next Game: Saturday at 8:05 p.m. vs. Reno at Greater Nevada Field. El Paso RHP Carlos Pimentel (6-4, 6.34) vs. Reno RHP Edgar Garcia (3-3, 6.05). Game coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 9 Salt Lake 3 – Friday

WP: Kelly (2-0)

LP: Jones (3-8)

S: None

Time: 2:43

Attn: 8,857

Bees Sting Chihuahuas 10-5

The Salt Lake Bees beat El Paso for the second time in seven tries this season, defeating the Chihuahuas 10-5 Thursday night at Southwest University Park.

Former Phillies and Rockies starter Kyle Kendrick pitched six innings and got the win, his second victory against the Chihuahuas in 2016.

The Bees held a 6-0 early lead and chased Chihuahuas starter Frank Garces from the game after the fourth inning. The Chihuahuas chipped away at the deficit with a three-run fourth on RBI groundouts from Alex Dickerson and Jabari Blash, as well as an RBI single by Jason Hagerty.

El Paso’s final two runs came in the bottom of the ninth on an RBI single by Carlos Asuaje, who went 3-for-5 in the loss, and a solo home run by Austin Hedges, who now has homers in three games in a row and has longballs in five of his last seven contests.

Manuel Margot went 2-for-4 with a stolen base atop El Paso’s order.

Derek Eitel faced the minimum in two innings of scoreless relief. Chihuahuas backup catcher Ricardo Valenzuela pitched a scoreless ninth inning, joining El Paso infielders Casey McElroy and James Loney as position players with scoreless outings on the mound this season.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_06_23_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (34-38), El Paso (42-31)

Next Game: Friday at 7:05 p.m. vs. Salt Lake at Southwest University Park. Salt Lake LHP Chris Jones (3-5, 7.33) vs. El Paso RHP Michael Kelly (1-0, 0.00). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

Salt Lake 10 El Paso 5 – Thursday

WP: Kendrick (6-2)

LP: Garces (1-3)

S: None

Time: 3:09

Attn: 7,901

Chihuahuas Bring Home the Honey, Beat Bees 4-2

Daniel McCutchen pitched seven innings in the El Paso Chihuahuas’ 4-2 win over the Salt Lake Bees Wednesday night at Southwest University Park. McCutchen allowed two earned runs and has now surrendered only six earned runs in his last 38 innings.

The Chihuahuas trailed 1-0 in the bottom of the third when they tied the game on Casey McElroy’s two-out RBI double. The next batter, Hunter Renfroe, hit a two-run home run.

It was Renfroe’s second homer in as many nights and his 17th of the season, tying Reno’s Peter O’Brien for the most in the Pacific Coast League.

Austin Hedges also went deep Wednesday, hitting a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to make the score 4-2. It was Hedges’ third home run in his last four games, fourth in his last six games and third in his last three home games.

The Chihuahuas moved to 27-11 all-time against the Bees.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_06_22_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (33-38), El Paso (42-30)

Next Game: Thursday at 7:05 p.m. vs. Salt Lake at Southwest University Park. Salt Lake RHP Kyle Kendrick (5-2, 4.39) vs. El Paso LHP Frank Garces (1-2, 3.81). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 4 Salt Lake 2 – Wednesday

WP: McCutchen (8-3)

LP: McGowin (3-4)

S: Yardley (2)

Time: 2:37

Attn: 6,970

Chihuahuas Best Bees 11 to 6

The El Paso Chihuahuas hit three home runs in their 11-6 win over the Salt Lake Bees Tuesday night at Southwest University Park. The Chihuahuas are now 4-1 against the Bees in 2016.

Austin Hedges went 3-for-4 with a grand slam and four RBIs. It was the third consecutive multi-hit game for Hedges and his second home run in his last three contests. The only previous grand slam hit by the Chihuahuas came off the bat of Ryan Schimpf in Omaha on Memorial Day.

Jabari Blash went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and also has two homers in his last three games. Hunter Renfroe’s 16thhome run of the year carried out of the park in the third inning, placing him one behind Reno’s Peter O’Brien for the Pacific Coast League lead in homers.

Eight of the nine Chihuahuas starting players had at least one hit in the win. The Chihuahuas advanced to 23-14 at home this season, the second best home record in the PCL, trailing only Tacoma.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_06_21_slcaaa_elpaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (33-37), El Paso (41-30)

Next Game: Wednesday vs. Salt Lake at 7:05 p.m. Salt Lake RHP Kyle McGowin (3-3, 6.07) vs. El Paso RHP Daniel McCutchen (7-3, 5.08). Game coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 11 Salt Lake 6 – Tuesday

WP: Rodriguez (3-1)

LP: Huff (1-3)

S: None

Time: 3:00

Attn: 6,140

Chihuahuas Sting Bees 9-0 in Soggy Salt Lake City

The El Paso Chihuahuas shut out the Salt Lake Bees 9-0 Tuesday in a rain-shortened victory. As El Paso took the field for the bottom of the sixth inning, heavy rain pounded the field at Smith’s Ballpark. After a one hour and 30 minute delay, the game was called.

The Chihuahuas scored eight runs in the top of the fourth inning, with seven of the runs coming before the first out was recorded. The rally included eight hits, with five going for extra bases.

The eight tallies tied the team record for most runs in an inning, originally set on July 22, 2015 at Sacramento.

Bryan Rodriguez pitched a rain-shortened complete game shutout for the Chihuahuas in his 2016 Triple-A debut. It was the second individual shutout of the series for the Chihuahuas and fourth in team history. Rodriguez joined the club earlier in the day from Double-A San Antonio.

Tuesday’s game clinched the first series win of the season for the Chihuahuas, who won three of the four games against the Bees. El Paso has won five of its last six games. The Chihuahuas do not play on Wednesday.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_04_26_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (13-7), El Paso (8-10)

Next Game: Thursday at Fresno, 8:05 p.m. El Paso RHP Greg Reynolds (1-1, 6.75) vs. Fresno RHP Asher Wojciechowski (1-1, 8.25). Game coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso andwww.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 9 Salt Lake 0 – Tuesday

WP: Rodriguez (1-0)

LP: Jones (1-1)

S: None

Time: 1:45 (:11 pregame weather delay, 1:30 in-game weather delay)

Attn: 2,752

Chihuahuas Win 8-5 in Salt Lake City

A five-run fifth inning carried the El Paso Chihuahuas to an 8-5 victory over the Salt Lake Bees Monday night at Smith’s Ballpark. The Chihuahuas have won four of their last five games.

Down 3-1 entering the fifth, El Paso batted around, compiling six hits, while taking advantage of a Salt Lake error and two Bees’ wild pitches. The rally included a two-run single by Alex Dickerson, an RBI single by Carlos Asuaje and a sacrifice fly by James Loney.

Loney went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and his first minor league home run since 2007. Ryan Schimpf went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run, his fourth of the season to tie Hunter Renfroe for the team lead.

Renfroe did not go deep on Monday, ending his streak of consecutive games with a home run at four. Renfroe tied Cody Decker for the Chihuahuas’ team record, with Decker also homering in four consecutive games in late August of 2014.

El Paso’s 19 home runs lead the Pacific Coast League.

Gameday Box Score: http://www.milb.com/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2016_04_25_elpaaa_slcaaa_1&mode=gameday

Team Records: Salt Lake (13-6), El Paso (7-10)

Next Game: Tuesday at Salt Lake, 6:35 p.m. El Paso RHP Bryan Rodriguez (0-0, -.–) vs. Salt Lake LHP Chris Jones (1-0, 4.15). Game coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on 600 ESPN El Paso and www.epchihuahuas.com

El Paso 8 Salt Lake 5 – Monday

WP: McCutchen (3-1)

LP: Nuding (1-2)

S: None

Time: 2:47

Attn: 2,934

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