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    Catcher Luca Tresh tallied four hits and drove in three runs while falling a home run short of the cycle and Burle Dixon drove in three runs on three hits from the No. 9 spot as the River Bandits beat the Timber Rattlers, 13-5.

      Charlie Neuweiler and Emilio Marquez combine on a five-hit victory and give the rest of the Quad Cities River Bandits pitching staff the night off in a win over South Bend.

      Dillan Shrum drove a one-out pitch into the gap in left-center field to drive home the tying and winning runs in a 5-4 walk-off Midwest League victory over South Bend at Modern Woodmen Park.


      “I can’t fault the gentlemen in the locker room for their work ethic,” Explorers manager Steve Montgomery said. “We just haven’t had anything go our way. Not one bounce nor one pitch. I’m more happy for those guys in there, because they’ve come to work. We have a bunch of injuries and they’re not seeing any light at the end of the tunnel. I just hope that this can provide a spark for us."

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