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Final 2012

Season Standings

Team W L % GB

Hopkinsville

28 12 .700 -

Fulton

23 17 .575 5

Madisonville

21 19 .525 7

Marion

15 25 .375 13

Owensboro

12 27 .325 15

 


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Mike Smith

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2012 Season Game Summaries and News


Five Railroaders selected as OVL Leaders.  (July 22, 2012)With the completion of the 2012 season, the OVL has selected the top players in 10 categories based on their performance in the 40 game season. Fulton is proud to have 5 players in 6 categories among the best in the league. They are:

  • Austin Bryant gets the batting title with an average at .359, and most hits with 52 total on the season.

  • Angelo Burrage got the most RBI in the league with 33, and he was one of two players for most homeruns with 5 on the year.

  • Keaton Baker and Jonathon Williams both achieved best win/loss percentage at 100% going 4-0 for the season.

  • Cody Alvey topped the league with his 6 saves.

Qualifying factors for these titles required 112+ plate appearances for hitters and 32+ innings pitched for the pitchers. The title of "Most Saves" is exempt from the innings pitched qualifying factor. Go to the OVL website to see a complete list of the all top leaders in the league. Congrats to these players and all the Railroaders for a well played regular season in 2012.


Post Season Playoff Games

 

Hoppers 7, Railroaders 6 .  (July 30, 2012) The Railroaders fall short again to the Hoppers in the third and final game of the championship series. The season ends with Fulton coming in at second place in both regular and post season play.

     (From Hopkinsville) The regular season champion Hoptown Hoppers wrapped up the post season championship with a rousing 7-6 win over Fulton Monday night in Hopkinsville.  The Hoppers scattered 10 hits to the Railroaders 9, scoring 5 runs in the first 3 innings, and adding 1 in the 5th, and 1 in the 8th as Fulton tried to snap back but fell one short in the final stanza.

     Hoptown set the momentum in the bottom of the first when Philip Menou crushed a 3-run homer over the right field fence, driving in both Brett Pirtle, who had singled, and Jake Sandlin who walked.  The Hoppers took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the 2nd when Bancroft walked, Kaleb Brown sacrificed him to 2nd with a bunt, Matt McGowan’s grounder to shortstop was picked up but the throw to first sailed over first, scoring Bancroft.  The Hoppers then went up 5-0 in the third inning when Menou singled, Fernando Tanaka doubled, sending Menou to 3rd, and then Menou scored on Nolan Fisher’s ground out.

     Fulton made it 5-1 in the 5th when Mikee Moore drew a one-out walk, advanced on a balk, then scored when first-baseman Menou under-tossed a slow grounder by Joe Mike to second baseman Matt McGowan who was covering first and the  ball rolled away.  Still in the 5th, Mike stole second, and then scored on Quinton Alexander’s double.  Brandon Shaw’s single pushed Alexander to 3rd; he then scored when Hoptown catcher Brad Sevenish threw the ball wide on Shaw’s second-base steal, making the score 5-3.

     In the bottom of the 5th, Hoptown took a 6-3 lead following Tanaka’s deep grounder to short for a single, and then stealing second base.  Fisher drew a walk, with Tanaka stealing third on the ball four pitch, and Seth Bancroft’s sharp single to left center field scored Tanaka.  With Fisher on third, Brown lined out to second base and Bancroft was doubled up off first base.

     The Hoppers added another run in the bottom of 7th for a 7-3 lead when, with 2 outs, Tanaka drew a walk, stole second, followed by Fisher being hit by a pitch; then Bancroft hit a slow roller off relief pitcher Brock Downey, the second baseman pulling his teammate off first base as Bancroft reached safely and Tanaka crossed the plate.

      Fulton made it 7-4 in the 8th when Cash drew a walk and advanced to second on Rick Linton’s single—Linton pinch-hitting  for starting catcher Billy O’Connor—and scored on Mikee Moore’s double.  Linton tried to score on the same double to center field, but a relay to Pirtle who fired the ball home to Sevenish cut him down at the plate.

     Hoptown tried to add more insurance in the 8th when McGowan singled and advanced to second on a throwing error, but Pirtle’s attempted bunt sacrifice popped out easily to Fulton’s catcher.  Sandlin then singled to centerfield, advancing McGowan to third; then Sevenish drew a walk, but Menou hit into a double play to end the threat.

     In the top of the 9th, Eric Manning, pinch hitting for Joe Mike, was thrown out at first after a dropped third strike by catcher Sevenish.  Alexander then walked, followed by a Shaw double to right field that was misplayed by Tanaka, allowing Alexander to move to third.  Hogenkamp then made the second out on a long fly to centerfield, but Burrage’s double, again misplayed by Tanaka who dove for the ball, allowed both Alexander and Shaw to cross the plate.  With the score 7-6 and 2 outs, Cash grounded out to shortstop Pirtle who easily threw him out at first, handing the Hoppers the post-season championship in their first season of the modern era.

     Hoptown starter Will Hammock threw for 4 1/3 innings with no decision, Kyle Spencer came to the mound pitching for 3 2/3 innings and gets the win. Philip Menou earned the save closing out the final inning. Fulton starter Tyler Saltsman takes the loss going 6 2/3 innings, Brock Downey closed out for the final 1 1/3 innings. Box Scores Click Here.


Hoppers 7, Railroaders 6.  (July 29, 2012) (From Hopkinsville) After falling 12-4 in Saturday’s opener of the best of 3 championship series, the Hoptown Hoppers held on for a hard-fought 7-6 victory Sunday night in Game 2.  Both teams scattered 9 hits, but key plays and 6 Fulton miscues made the difference.  Hoptown starting pitcher Clayton Dugan threw 100-plus pitches in his 5 innings of work, giving up 5 hits and 4 runs (3 earned) while walking 7 and striking out 3.  Reliever Taylor Vails threw 4 innings in relief, striking out 6 Railroaders, walking one, giving up 4 hits and 2 runs (one earned).

     Fulton took a one-run lead in the opening stanza when Mikee Moore walked, stole second base, advanced to third on a low pitch Hoppers’ catcher Brad Sevenish couldn’t find at his feet, then scored on a ground out by Angelo Burrage.

     Hoptown came right back with 3 runs in the bottom of the first when Matt McGowan led off with a high long fly that just missed clearing the right field fence, resulting in a double.  Pirtle followed him with a bunt single between the mound and 3rd base, pushing McGowan to 3rd.  Pirtle then advanced to second on Jake Sandlin’s groundout to first.  A deep sacrifice fly by Sevenish pushed McGowan across the plate, advancing Pirtle to third.  Phillip Menou then drew a walk and moved to second on a pitch in the dirt.  Seth Bancroft then singled for Hoptown, and Fulton shortstop Austin Bryant’s throwing error past first base allowed both Pirtle and Menou to score for a 3-1 Hoptown lead.

     In the top of the second, Fulton got one run back after Rick Linton singled with 2 outs, stole second, followed by Quinton Alexander reaching safely on an error , advancing Linton to third base.  Linton then scored on a Dugan balk, which also moved Alexander to 2nd.  The inning ended when Alexander was picked off trying to steal third.

     Fulton tied the game 3-3 in the top half of the third when Moore led off with a single, advanced to second on Rob Hogenkamp’s groundout, stole third and scored on a sacrifice fly by Bryant.  Hoptown added a run for a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 3rd when Pirtle walked, followed by Sandlin’s flyout to left, a single by Sevenish, Menou reaching on an error; then Bancroft’s slow grounder to short stop resulted in Menou forced out at second, but Pirtle crossed the plate for go-ahead run.

     Fulton threatened in the top of the 4th, but failed to come through after Manning walked, moved to second on a nice bunt sacrifice by Linton, followed by an Alexander walk; then Moore flew out to right field, Hogenkamp reached on a slow roller to 3B to load the bases, but Burrage popped out to pitcher Dugan to end the inning.  Hoptown then went up 5-3 in the bottom of 4th as Fernando Tanaka reached on an error, Kaleb Brown walked, McGowan laid down a bunt, resulting in a throwing error by Fulton’s shortstop, scoring Tanaka, while Brown advanced to second.  The 4th ended, though, on Sandlin’s groundout.

     Fulton edged closer, 5-4, in top of the 5th when Andrew Cash walked, was put out at 2nd on a fielder’s choice on Bryant’s grounder, but Bryant then stole 2nd, with Joe Mike fouling out and Erik Manning walking; Linton then singled to left to push Bryant home.  But Hoptown then added 2 more runs in the bottom of the 5th after Menou drew a walk, followed by a Bancroft single and a pinch-hit by Collin Massanelli, which loaded the bases.  After Tanaka fouled out for the inning’s second out, Brown drilled a single to score both Menou and Bancroft for a 7-4 Hoppers’ lead.

     The 6th and 7th innings went scoreless, but Fulton made things interesting in the 8th when Brandon Shaw singled with one out, Moore walked, Hogenkamp hit a high chopper to short to score Shaw; Moore moved to third base then scored when Hopper catcher Sevenish sailed a throw to 2B on Hogenkamp’s steal.  Hogenkamp moved on to 3B on the errant throw.  With the score 7-6, Burrage and Cash both struck out to end the inning.  Fulton threatened in the top of the 9th with Billy O’Connor’s pinch-hit single (and Jack Henry Jones then ran for him); Jones moved to 2b on Manning’s groundout to 3B, but Linton then struck out looking to end the game.

     Fulton’s Daniel Szathmary took the pitching loss with 5 innings thrown, giving up 8 hits, all 7 runs (5 earned) while walking four and striking out one.  Brock Downey gave up 1 hit in 3 innings of relief, with 6 strikeouts against one base-on-balls. Box Scores Click Here.


Railroaders 12, Hoppers 4.  (July 28, 2012) Tensions ran high as the Railroaders piled up 12 runs on 14 hits to take the first game over the Hoppers in the best of three OVL Championship series.

     The Hoppers took a short lived one run lead in the 1st inning scoring an unearned run off an error and RBI single by Philip Menou. In the bottom of the 2nd inning the Railroaders put up 5 runs which began with a Quinton Alexander RBI double. After loading the bases, Hopper starter Taylor Veillon was replaced by Kyle Spencer with Angelo Burrage coming to the plate who in turn hit a grand slam homer. Spencer's next batter, Andrew Cash, was then hit by a pitch that cleared both dugouts onto the field. Cooler heads finally prevailed after a lengthy delay and both team were warned.

     Hoptown clawed back in the third adding 2 runs with a RBI single by Jake Sandlin who also made it to 3rd base, then scored on a passed ball. The Hoppers made is 5-4 game in the fifth scoring one with the bases loaded and Nolan Fisher hit by pitch for a RBI the hard way.

     The Railroaders poured on 4 more runs in the 5th with a Rob Hogenkamp 2 RBI homer and a Billy O'Connor 2 RBI double. In the 6th inning, Fulton pulled away as Angelo Burrage launched another homerun with 2 runners aboard to reach the final 12-4 score.

     Angelo Burrage was best for Fulton going 2 of 5 with his two homers producing 7 RBI, followed by Rob Hogenkamp and Billy O'Connor each getting only one hit with 2 RBI each. Hoptown managed 6 hits total with only Jake Sandlin and Philip Menou hitting to drive in one run each.

     Fulton's starter Roman Kelly was pulled after 4 2/3 innings with no decision, striking out and walking 5 each, allowing 3 hits and tagged for 4 unearned runs. After loading the bases hitting a batter in the 5th with two outs, manager Albert Destrade pulled Kelly who appeared to be tiring and losing control. Lefthander Brock Downey came in the get the last out in the inning and continued for two more innings to get the win giving up only one hit and striking out three.

     Starter Taylor Veillon takes a hard loss for Hopkinsville throwing for only 1 1/3 innings striking out and walking 3 each, giving up 4 hits and 4 earned runs. Hoptown sent four pitchers to mound to complete the game with Kyle Spencer lasting the longest at 3 innings pitched.

     The two teams will play game two in Hopkinsville on Sunday, and a third game at the Hoppers home field on Monday if needed. Box Scores Click Here.


Railroaders 13, Pirates 5 .  (July 27, 2012) The Railroaders won big over the Pirates taking game three in the second round, and advance to the final Championship round facing off with the Hoppers in Fulton on Saturday.

     The Railroaders blasted out 7 runs in the second inning and never looked back. The Pirates scored 2 in the in the third inning only to see the Railroaders counter in the fourth inning with 3 more runs, which included a lead homerun by Rick Linton. Fulton added a single run in the 5th with a led off homer by Mikee Moore. Tradewater managed a single run in the 6th, and another in the 7th on a batter hit by pitch RBI with the bases loaded. The Railroaders put up their final two  runs in the 8th, followed by the Pirates getting their final score in the 9th off a Logan Crook led off home run.

     Fulton totaled 16 hits, was error free in the game and stranded 6 runners. Madisonville got 13 hits, had one error and left 13 runners on base.

     For the Railroaders Erik Manning (2 of 3) and Austin Bryant (3 of 5) had two RBI each and scored once. Rob Hogenkamp (2 of 4) has one RBI and crossed the plate 3 times. Logan Crook was best for the Pirates going 4 for 5, two RBI and one run scored.

     Cory Klinger earned the win for Fulton pitching the first 5 innings striking out 7 batters, walking one, giving up 6 hits and two earned runs. Scott Ashley picked up a save going the final 4 innings on the mound. Starter Michael Edward takes the hard loss pitching for only 1 1/3 innings only allowing 4 hits, striking out and walking 3 batters each, but tagged for 7 runs (4 earned).

     The Pirates post season play ends with a 1-2 record while the Railroaders now move on to take on the Hoppers who eliminated Bobcats on the same night. The best of 3 series starts in Fulton with the first game and the final two and three games, if needed, in Hopkinsville. Box Scores Click Here. 


Pirates 8, Railroaders 7.  (July 26, 2012) The Pirates came from behind to beat the Railroaders and tie the best of 3 series at a game each, the third game to be played in Fulton on Friday.

     The Railroaders scored one run in the first innings and added four more in the fourth for a commanding 5-0 lead on the Pirates. Tradewater got their first two runs in the 5th with a 2 RBI homerun by Logan Leverett. Fulton added another run in the 5th inning, only to see the Pirates get a second 2 RBI homer by Logan Crook in the 7th. The Railroaders put up one more run in the 8th to extend their lead to 7-4 going into the ninth inning.

     Cody Alvey was called in to close out the win in the top of the 9th, and struck out the first 2 batters. Logan Crook singled then advanced to 3rd on an error when Trevor Harrard reached base on a dropped third strike with a bad throw to first. Kyle Neimeier walked to load the bases with 2 outs. Michael Roehrig stepped up and promptly hit the Pirates 3rd homerun, a grand slam to give Madisonville an 8-7 lead. Michael Edwards was called upon to finish off the bottom of the inning striking out 3 Railroaders to save the game.

     Zach Uher gets the win as the pitcher of record going three innings in relief. Cody Avley takes the loss with the go ahead run scoring in the final inning.

    Friday's game will decided which team will advance to the final round in the Post Season Playoffs. Box Scores Click Here. 


Railroaders 12, Pirates 6.  (July 25, 2012) In 10 innings. Playoff Round 2, Game 1.The Railroaders and Pirates battled hard in game one of the Playoff's second round, with the Railroaders taking the victory in extra innings.

     The first lead was taken by the Pirates in the 1st inning as Kyle Neimeier walked and later scored on the first of 5 Railroader errors. Tradewater added a second run in the 5th when Trevor Haggard walked and made it home on another Fulton error.

     Top of the sixth inning the Railroaders final got on the board when Austin Bryant reached on a Pirate error, Rob Hogenkamp walked and Andrew Cash singled for 2 RBI to tie the game. The Railroaders took a 4-2 lead in the seventh inning with Angelo Burrage and Andrew Cash both getting RBI singles.

     The Pirates fought back in the bottom half of the 7th again using another error along with two RBI singles by Buddy Elgen and Ty Broady, and a RBI walk of Blake Massey with the bases loaded. Trailing 5-4, the Railroaders tied the game again in the 8th when Mikee Moore led off with a triple and scored on a wild pitch. Both teams remained scoreless in the 9th and the game headed into extra innings.

     In the top of the 10th, the Railroaders throttled up scoring 7 runs on six hits and an error to take a commanding 12-5 lead. The Pirates managed just one run in the bottom half of the inning.

     Daniel Szathmary gets the win for the record with one inning pitched. Corey Ames takes the loss going 3 innings in relief and tagged with the go ahead run in the tenth. Both starters, Keaton Baker (Fulton) and Dillion Endecott (Madisonville) pitched strong games, both leaving the game tied.

     Both teams meet in Fulton on Thursday for game two of round two in the Playoffs. Box Scores Click Here. 


 

Regular Season Games

Final 2012

Season Standings

Team W L % GB

Hopkinsville

28 12 .700 -

Fulton

23 17 .575 5

Madisonville

21 19 .525 7

Marion

15 25 .375 13

Owensboro

12 27 .325 15

 


Five Railroaders selected as OVL Leaders.  (July 22, 2012)With the completion of the 2012 season, the OVL has selected the top players in 10 categories based on their performance in the 40 game season. Fulton is proud to have 5 players in 6 categories among the best in the league. They are:

  • Austin Bryant gets the batting title with an average at .359, and most hits with 52 total on the season.

  • Angelo Burrage got the most RBI in the league with 33, and he was one of two players for most homeruns with 5 on the year.

  • Keaton Baker and Jonathon Williams both achieved best win/loss percentage at 100% going 4-0 for the season.

  • Cody Alvey topped the league with his 6 saves.

Qualifying factors for these titles required 112+ plate appearances for hitters and 32+ innings pitched for the pitchers. The title of "Most Saves" is exempt from the innings pitched qualifying factor. Go to the OVL website to see a complete list of the all top leaders in the league. Congrats to these players and all the Railroaders for a well played regular season in 2012.


Railroaders 4, Oilers 0 - game 1.  (July 22, 2012) In 7 innings. (From Owensboro) The Owensboro Oilers completed their 2012 regular season at home in a Sunday double header of seven-inning games with the visiting Fulton Railroaders. The result was a split as Fulton won game #1 by the final score of 4 to 0. The Oilers fell behind late in game #2 as well, but rallied to a 4 to 2 victory.

     In game # 1, the Railroaders scored one run in the top of the 1st inning and three runs in the top of the 6th inning. In the 1st inning Fulton leadoff hitter Brandon Shaw doubled. He eventually scored on a RBI sacrifice fly by Rob Hogankamp. Scoring in the 6th inning were Hogankamp (hit by pitch), Billy O'Connor (RBI single) and Andrew Cash (single). Rick Linton also RBI singled in the inning. Railroaders starter Jonathon Williams pitched the complete seven innings for the shutout win. Oilers starter Colton Slank got the loss. 

     The win secures 2nd place in the standings for the Railroaders. The next game in the Post Season Playoffs for the Railroaders will be Wednesday, July 25, in Madisonville against 3rd place Pirate. The Railroaders will play the second post season game on Thursday, July 26, in Fulton at the Yard. Should the best of 3 series continue to the third game, it will also be in Fulton on Friday. Box Scores Click Here.  

 

Oilers 4, Railroaders 2 - game 2.  (July 22, 2012) (From Owensboro) In game #2 the Oilers scored first with one run in the bottom of the 4th inning. Tyler Tichenor led off the inning with a single, and advanced to second on a defensive error. He came in later on a RBI fielder's choice by Christian McHatton. Fulton took the lead with two runs in the top of the 6th inning. Daniel Szathmary walked and eventually scored on a RBI single by Jack Henry Jones. Jones was later plated on a RBI single by Quinton Alexander. Facing a possible sweep, Owensboro scored three runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to re-take the lead. Tichenor (single), Matt Johnson (bunt single), and  McHatton (bunt single) reached base consecutively to load the bases. Tichenor scored on a foul sacrifice fly by Austin Edge and Johnson moved to third base. Mauldino Gonzalez walked to fill the bases again. A passed ball let Johnson come across and the other runners to move up. Zack Willoughby lifted another RBI sacrifice fly to bring in McHatton. After six innings the Oilers led 4 to 2. The game played to completion with the same score. Oilers reliever Matt Johnson collected the win as the pitcher of record when Owensboro reclaimed the lead. Christian McHatton took the mound and worked around a hit and an error while striking out two in saving the game in the top of the 7th inning. Rick Linton got the loss for Fulton. Box Scores Click Here.


Railroaders 8, Pirates 7.  (July 21, 2012) The Railroaders battled back then hang on to beat the Pirates and move 2 games ahead of Madisonville in second place standings.

     Tradewater took a 2-0 lead in the second inning using 3 hits including a RBI double by Kyle Neimeier. The Railroaders got on the board with one run in the 3rd when Quinton Alexander led off with a single, stole 2nd and 3rd base then scored off a RBI double by Angelo Burrage, his 33rd on the season. The Pirates gained back the run in the 5th as Buddy Elgin hit a solo home run to take a 3-1 lead. Bottom half of the 5th, the Railroaders busted out with 4 runs that included a walked in run along with Mikee Moore driving in 2 on a single. After reaching 3rd base, Moore proceeded to steal home plate for another score. With a 5-3 lead, the Railroaders continued in the 7th inning chalking up 3 more runs off 2 hits and the only Pirate error on the night.

     Trailing the Railroaders 8-3, the Pirates mounted a comeback in the top of the 9th inning. With 5 singles and a costly 2 run Railroader error, Tradewater closed the score to 8-7 with two runners aboard and one out. Fulton called in Jonathon Williams to put out the fire getting a force out on a fielder's choice and striking the final out at the plate, and earned a save.

     Fulton's offensive was led by Angelo Burrage 3 for 3 with one RBI and score, Austin Bryant 2 for 5 with 2 RBI, and Mikee Moore 1 of 5 with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored. For Tradewater, Michael Roehrig was 4 of 5 with a RBI, Trevor Harrard went 2 of 6 with 2 RBI and one score, and Logan Crook 3 for 4 and two runs scored. In total, the Railroaders had 9 hits and left 14 on base, and the Pirates produced 17 hits and stranded 16 runners.

     Starter Tyler Saltsman gets the win from the mound going 6 innings, striking out 6, allowing 8 hits, 4 walks and 3 earned runs. Madisonville's starter Zach Uher takes the loss pitching for 4 2/3 innings being hit 5 times with 5 earned runs allowed, walking 6 batters and striking out one. Box Scores Click Here.


Pirates 3, Railroaders 2.  (July 20, 2012) In 10 innings. The Railroaders trailed 2-0 for most the game with the Pirates in Madisonville. Fulton fought back to tie the game in the top of the 9th inning. The Pirates won the game in the bottom of the 10th with two outs with a RBI single to drive in the winning score with a runner on 3rd base. The two teams go at it again on Saturday in Fulton, as the Railroaders must now play hard to secure the 2nd seed in the standings. The Railroaders have 3 games remaining, one with the Pirates and a doubleheader on Sunday with the Oilers in Owensboro. Box Scores Click Here.

 

Hoppers take regular season pennant. Although the Hoptown Hoppers were idle on Friday, they win the regular season pennant with the Fulton Railroaders losing their game against the Madisonville Pirates. The Hoppers still have 4 games remaining (2 doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday), but with a 4 1/2 game lead, neither the Railroaders or Pirates will be able to catch Hoptown with only 3 games remaining for each team. Fulton and Madisonville will now have to battle for the second seed position heading into the Post Season Playoffs scheduled to begin on Tuesday, July 24. Congratulations to the Hoppers in their first season in the OVL as regular season champions.


Railroaders 9, Bobcats 3 - game 1.  (July 19, 2012) In 7 innings. The Railroaders swept the Bobcats in a doubleheader in Fulton on Friday, and picked up a half game on the Hoppers who beat the Oilers in one game on the same night. Slight hope remains for Fulton should the Hoppers loss their final 4 remaining games, but Fulton will need to wins all 4 of their remaining games.

     In game one the Railroaders took a 5-0 lead after two innings scoring 3 in the first and 2 in the second innings. The Bobcats put up 3 runs in the top of the fourth, and the Railroaders answered with 2 more in the bottom half of the inning. Fulton added another 2 runs in the 5th to complete the final 9-3 score.

     Railroaders offensive consisted of 13 hits led by Angelo Burrage going 3 for 4, with 3 RBI and one run scored, followed by Rob Hogenkamp who was 2 of 4 with three runs scored. The Bobcats managed 4 hits with only 1 RBI produced from Spencer Wilson going 1 for 3 on the evening.

     Cory Klinger threw an outstanding complete 7 inning game for the win, striking out 12 batters, giving up only one walk and no earned runs. Klinger finished the game with 94 pitches, throwing 74 strikes and only 20 balls in the game. Sean Fitzgerald takes the loss for Marion on the mound going 3 1/3 innings being hit 8 times for 7 runs (6 earned), with 2 strikeouts and walks each. Box Scores Click Here.

 

Railroaders 3, Bobcats 2 - game 2.  (July 19, 2012) In 7 innings. In the nightcap of the doubleheader, the Railroaders had to battle back and retake the lead to win by one run. Fulton scored first with a run in the 2nd inning. The Bobcats tied the game in the 4th with one score, then took a 2-1 lead in the 5th inning. The Railroaders finally got going again in the 6th to put up two runs using 3 hits, a Bobcat error and sacrifice fly for the final 3-2 score.

     Fulton managed only 5 hits with Alex Huddleston being the best at 2 for 3 and one RBI. The Bobcats punched out 9 hits total with Cole Prejean leading going 3 of 4, one RBI and one score.

     Fulton starter Daniel Szathmary pitched for 5 1/3 innings but left the game with the Bobcats leading 2-1. Brock Downey came in to finish the top half of the 6th innings and earned his fifth win with the Railroaders taking the lead in the bottom half of the inning. Cody Alvey picked up his 6th save on the season shutting out the Bobcats in the 7th with two strikeouts and a fly out. Box Scores Click Here.


Railroaders 5, Bobcats 4.  (July 17, 2012) The Railroaders hang on to win in Marion over the Bobcats. Leading the offense was Austin Bryant who was 2 for 5 with 2 RBI and one score, and Rob Hogenkamp also 2 for 5, one RBI and scoring 3 runs. Jonathon Williams gets the win starting and pitching for 7 1/3 innings, with Brock Downey in middle relief for one inning and Cody Alvey taking a save, his 5th on the season. For more summary goto the OVL website. Box Scores Click Here.


Railroaders 15, Oilers 9.  (July 16, 2012) In a marathon game of almost 4 hours with a delay of 30 minutes, the Railroaders won over the Oilers in Fulton. Together both teams produced 33 hits to go with 24 batters crossing the plate.

     The Oilers started the scoring in the first inning with 3 runs off three hits and a Fulton error. The Railroaders answered in the bottom of the inning with a 3 RBI homerun by Angelo Burrage, his fifth on the season. Fulton broke the 3-3 tie in the 2nd after Brandon Shaw doubled and scored from a Austin Bryant RBI single. Owensboro responded in the top of the third using 4 singles and 2 walk-in runs scoring three to take a short term 6-4 lead. The Railroaders quickly came back on the bottom half of the third to put up 3 more after two outs on a RBI single and 3 Oiler errors, and re-took a 7-6 lead.

     In the middle of the fourth inning the game was delayed as the home plate umpire suddenly became ill and had to be tended to by medical personnel. He left the field ok but had to be replaced by another umpire.

     The Railroaders extended their lead in the 5th scoring three more from 4 singles and another Owensboro error. Behind by 4, the Oilers came back in the 7th to make it a game scoring two runs with Tyler Tichenor reaching on a single and driven in by a Tyler Grogg triple. Grogg then scored off a Austiin Edge RBI single. Bottom of the 8th, the Railroaders pulled ahead with 5 more runs that included a base clearing triple by Brock Downey for 3 runs. The Oilers put up their final score in the 9th with a lead off homerun by Matt Johnson, but not nearly enough of overcome the final 15-9 Fulton victory.

     Fulton's offensive was lead by Rob Hogenkamp at 4 of 5, 2 RBI and 2 scores, Burrage was 2 for 3, with 4 RBI and one score, and Downey 2 for 3, 3 RBI and one score. Brandon Shaw and Jack Henry Jones both scored 3 times and each had  2 hits. Andrew Cash was perfect at 3 for 3 and one score.

     For Ownensboro; John Saylor had 3 RBI going 1 of 3, Tichenor was 3 for 4 with a RBI and scored once, Malduino Gonzalez went 3 for 5 and two runs scored, and Grogg was 2 of 4, two scores and 2 RBI. 

     Tyler Saltsman earned the win on the mound for Fulton going for 5 1/3 innings. Shane Weedman takes the loss lasting only 3 innings and tagged for 7 runs with only 2 earned. For complete box scores Click Here.


Hoppers 7, Railroaders 2.  (July 15, 2012). The Hoppers extend their first place lead in the standings to 5 1/2 games with a victory over the Railroaders in Fulton on Sunday.

     The Railroaders jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first inning without a hit using two walked batters, a groundout RBI and sacrifice fly. Both teams remained scoreless from the 2nd through 6th innings. The Hoppers tied the in the 7th with two runners scoring off 1 of 2 Railroader errors in the inning and a RBI single. Hoptown added a run for a 3-2 lead in the 8th on another Railroaders miscue, then piled on four more runs in the 9th with a Philip Menou 2 RBI homerun, a RBI single and one scored from a double error play by Fulton. In total; the Railroaders had 6 errors on the evening while the Hoppers remained free of defensive faults throughout the game. The Hoppers managed 8 hits in total with the Railroaders getting 6 for their effort.

     Taylor Veillon started for Hoptown and went 5 innings giving up only one hit, walking and striking out 6 each, leaving the game with the Railroaders in the lead. Kyle Barbee threw for 1 /13 innings and allowed 3 hits with one strikeout. Joshua Tanski pitched 1 2/3 innings in hitless relief and gets the win. Kyle Spencer closed out the final 9th inning for the Hoppers. 

     Fulton's starter Keaton Baker pitched a good game through 7 innings striking out 9 batters, giving up 5 walks, 3 hits and tagged for 2 runs (one earned). Cody Alvey takes the hard loss going for 1 1/3 innings and giving up the go ahead run.

     The Hoppers now have won four straight games with 7 to go in the regular season. The Railroaders dropped their fourth game in a row with 8 games remaining. Box scores Click Here.


Hoppers 5, Railroaders 3.  (July 13, 2012). (From Hopkinsville) The homestanding Hoptown Hoppers extended its first-place lead over Fulton tonight in Hopkinsville, using strong pitching and timely hitting to push past the visiting Railroaders 5-3.

     Hoptown (22-10) got on the scoreboard first with a run in the second inning when Nolan Fisher hit a solo home run with one out in the inning. Things got jumping in the fourth inning when the Railroaders (17-14) plated three runs when Austin Bryant led off wth a single and Angelo Burrage followed with a walk. Both runners advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Billy O'Conner, and Bryant scored on a single to left by Joe Mike. The relay throw to the plate sailed high, and Burrage scampered home to give Fulton a 2-1 lead. Mike went to third on a groundout, then scored on a wild pitch to give the Railroaders a 3-1 lead.

     In the bottom half of the inning, Tony Mazzella walked, then went to third on a double by Bobby Clark. Matt McGowan singled in Mazzella, then Kaleb Brown singled in Clark to tie the game at 3-3. Hoptown took the lead for good in the fifth inning when Fernando Tanaka led off with a walk, went to second on a sac bunt by Jake Sandlin, then went to third on a groundout. Fisher got an intentional pass, then took second on defensive indifference. Mazzella then laced a single into right-center field, plating Tanaka and Fisher to cap the scoring at 5-3.

     Hoptown was led by McGowan, who went 2-for-3 with a run batted in. Sandlin and Clark each doubled for the Hoppers, while Fisher scored twice and had a home run. Mazzella had two RBIs for Hoptown.Fulton was paced by Mike, who went 2-for-4.

     Philip Menou started for Hoptown and got the win, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits, striking out six and walking three in 6-1/3 innings. Kyle Spencer came on in the seventh inning, allowing no runs on no hits and striking out four in 1-2/3 innings. Tyler Vails pitched the ninth inning and got the save, allowing no hits and striking out one in one inning.

     Starter Brock Downey got the loss for the Railroaders, allowing five runs on six hits, striking out four and walking four in 5-1/3 innings. Cory Klinger closed out the game, allowing no runs on one hit, striking out three and walking three in 2-2/3 innings. Box scores Click Here.


Bobcats 6, Railroaders 1.  (July 11, 2012). (From Marion) Marion pulled a game closer to Fulton for second place in the Ohio Valley League with a 6-1 win Wednesday. The victory moved the fourth-place Bobcats to 13-17, just four games behind second-place Fulton whose record is a mirror image of Marion's at 17-13.
     There are 10 games left on the Bobcats' schedule. The season ends with a scheduled double header with the Hoptown July 21 at Guess Field.
     Fulton is three games off the pace set by Hoptown. Idle Tradewater remains in third place, 4.5 games behind the Hoppers, who topped last place Owensboro 3-2 on Wednesday. The Oilers are 10.5 games out at the end of the night.
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July 10th game Rained Out.  (July 10, 2012). The game scheduled for tonight with the Hoppers been rained out and rescheduled for this Sunday, July 15, start time is 7 pm. 


Railroaders 5, Pirates 1 - game 1.  (July 9, 2012). In 7 innings. The Railroaders won their 12th straight game with a victory over the Pirates in Madisonville. Fulton totaled 11 hits and played an error free game for their 5-1 win over the Pirates. Keaton Baker pitched the complete 7 innings with 6 strikeouts and 4 walks for the win. Box scores Click Here.

 

Railroaders 5, Pirates 1 - game 1.  (July 9, 2012). In 7 innings. The Pirates score first with 3 runs in the bottom half of the third inning. The Railroaders answered in the top of the 4th with three scores to tie the game. Tradewater regained the lead in the bottom of the 5th getting five more runs that included a 3 RBI homer from Blake Massey. The Railroaders' winning streak of 12 games ends with the loss. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 6, Hoppers 3.  (July 7, 2012). The fired up Railroaders held the Hoppers to just 3 hits and runs in their win over Hoptown, and Fulton continues with a 11 game winning streak.

     The Railroaders jumped to a one run lead in the 1st when Mikee Moore singled, stole 2nd and 3rd base, then scored on the only Hopper error of the evening. Hoptown tied the game in the bottom of the 2nd with two hits which included a Matt McGowan RBI triple. Fulton regained the lead in the 3rd with back to back doubles from Austin Bryant and Angelo Burrage who got the RBI. The Railroaders added another run in the 5th on a bunt single by Brandon Shaw who then advanced on a wild pitch, stole 2nd, and made it home on another wild pitch.

     Fulton put up 2 more runs in the 7th with two outs after walks, wild pitches, and a passed ball a setup a stolen home plate by Austin Bryant and a RBI single from Billy O'Connor. Hoptown closed to within two scoring 2 runs using two walked batters, 2 Railroader errors and a sacrifice fly by Brett Pirtle. The Railroaders added an insurance run in the 9th with Moore leading off with a double and making home plate on an Andrew Cash RBI single.

     Starting pitcher Jonathon Williams earned the win going 6 innings giving up only 2 hits and one earned run. Clayton Dugan takes the loss on the mound for 5 1/3 innings pitched and tagged with 3 runs (2 earned) and allowing 5 of the Railroaders 9 total hits. Fulton gains one game on Hoptown who remains in first place by 2 1/2 games ahead of the Railroaders. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 8, Oilers 5.  (July 5, 2012). Fulton came from behind to beat Owensboro and win their 10th straight game. The victory keeps the Railroaders in pace behind the 1st place Hoppers at 3 games.

     The Railroaders jump to a 1-0 lead in the first inning only to have the Oilers take a 4-1 lead in the second with a Fulton error, 2 walks and 3 singles. Fulton chipped away at the lead scoring one run in each of the 4th and 5th innings, and pushed ahead in the 6th with five more runs off 3 walks, a passed ball, 3 hits including a 2 RBI double by Joe Mike. A second Railroader error and a RBI walk gave the Oilers one more run in the 7th for the final score of 8-5 in favor of Fulton.

     Of the Railroaders' 7 hit total, Joe Mike hit 2 of 3 for his two RBI and Billy O'Connor 1 for 2 with three RBI from a sac fly, single and walk. For the Oilers' 8 hits, Tyler Grogg and Austin Edge each were 2 of 5, one RBI and one run scored.

     Tyler Saltsman started and won the game pitching for 6 innings with 7 strikeouts, 3 walks, tagged for  7 hits and 4 runs (2 earned).  Daniel Szathmary earned a save finishing off the 9th inning. Oiler starter Jay Hachmiester was pulled after 4 innings giving up only 2 earned runs and middle reliever Austin Pittman took the loss going just 1 1/3 innings giving up 5 hits and 5 earned runs. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 10, Hoppers 8.  (July 2, 2012). The Railroaders extended their winning streak to 9 games after beating the Hoppers in Fulton and gained ground on first place Hoptown.

     The Hoppers drew first blood scoring 3 in the third from an error, sacrifice fly, RBI double and single. The Railroaders answered with one run in the bottom of the 3rd off a single and RBI double. Fulton took a 5-3 lead in the fourth inning with two RBI singles, a bases loaded hit-by-pitch and sacrifice fly. Top of fifth, Hoptown cut the lead by one scoring on a bunt single, another Railroaders error and a ground out RBI. The Railroaders pushed two more runs across in the 6th using two walks and a 2 RBI double for a 7-4 lead.

     The Hoppers scored another run in the 8th off a fourth Railroader error and RBI single. Fulton took a 10-5 lead in the bottom of the 8th putting up 3 runs on two walks, a RBI single, RBI double and a bases loaded walk. Hoptown made it close in the 9th when a lead off walk and single was followed by a 3 RBI homerun from Philip Menou. The Railroaders then call Cody Alvey to the mound to shutdown the Hopper threat, ending the game and earning his 4th save on the year.

     The Railroaders totaled 13 hits; Billy O'Connor was 2 of 3 hitting two doubles for 4 RBI, Eric Manning went 3 for 5 and scored once, Rob Hogenkamp managed 2 of 3, a RBI and crossed the plated four times, and Austin Bryant was 2 for 4 and 2 RBI. The Hoppers picked up 12 hits; Menou was 2 of 5 for 4 RBI and two runs scored, Jake Sandlin 4 for 5 and scored three, and Matt McGown 2 for 2 and a RBI. While the Hoppers played an error free game, the Railroaders had to overcome a total of 4 errors on the evening.

     Fulton starter Keaton Baker went only 4 innings on the mound giving up 3 hits and runs (2 earned) with 2 strikeouts and walking 4 batters. In trouble, Baker was replace by Brock Downey who threw for 3 1/3 innings allowing 4 hits, striking out 4, no walks and one unearned run, he gets the win. Jonathon Williams and Casey Tiller combined for only 2/3 of an inning in middle relief. Hopkinsville starter Kyle Barbee takes the loss pitching for 6 innings and tagged for 11 hits, 7 earned runs, 3 walks and strikeouts. Kaleb Brown and Layne Cecil finished the final two innings. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 6, Bobcats 4 in 10th innings.  (June 30, 2012). A leadoff walk to start the 10th inning ended up as the game-winning run for Fulton Saturday as the Railroaders tacked on two runs in extra innings to overcome the Bobcats 6-4 at Guess Field.
     The Bobcats, who have dropped six of their last seven games, held a 4-3 lead heading into the ninth, but a walk issued to the Fulton leadoff hitter came around to score and tie the game. In the bottom of the ninth, tied 4-4, Marion's winning run was left stranded in scoring position after Tyler Bonaventure singled and stole second to lead off the inning. The Railroader bullpen kept Bonaventure on second base, striking out the side to send the game to extra frames.
     After the Railroaders two-run 10th, their bullpen stayed sharp, setting down Marion's offense 1-2-3 to end the game and keep pace with league leading Hoptown (15-7), who maintains a three-game lead over second-place Fulton (13-11). Marion dropped to fourth place at 11-12.
     Bonaventure's potential winning run was one of 13 runners left stranded on base for Marion. Fulton left only two on base. Fulton was outhit by Marion nine hits, including a double by Derek Hannahs, to only six. Alex Reiman was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and Tyler Bernard went 3-for-5 with 1 RBI. Brandon Ollet had 2 RBI and Hannahs added one. Bonaventure had two hits to move to .320 on the season and lead the team with 24 hits.
     On the mound, Caleb Luttrell threw eight strong innings, giving up only two earned runs of the three that scored against him. But a home run from Fulton's Erik Manning in the eighth helped chase Luttrell from the game. Jordan Lorenzo started the ninth and gave up the tying run to Fulton. He started the 10th and gave up the game-winning run before Eli Nickell took the hill. Nickell would give up the final run of the game to ultimately allow Fulton the 6-4 win.
     Lorenzo was saddled with his first loss of the season
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Railroaders 5, Pirates 4.  (June 29, 2012). The Railroaders held on to beat the Pirates and get their seventh straight victory. The Railroaders win hoists them into second place by a half game over the Pirates and Bobcats who won against the Oilers on the same night in Owensboro. 

     Fulton took the early lead scoring one run in both the 2nd and 3rd innings. Tradewater got on the board in the 4th with one run and put up two more in the 5th to take a 3-2 lead. The Railroaders tied the game in the 6th with one run, then regained the lead in the 7th with a two out 2 RBI homerun by Alex Huddleston. The Pirates closed to within one in the 8th when Trevor Haggard hit a solo homer.

     The Railroaders totaled 13 hits led by Joe Mike who was 3 of 5 with an RBI and one score, and Quinton Alexander going 3 for 3 with a RBI. Alex Huddleston managed the game winning 2 RBI with his only hit on the evening. For the Pirates and their 11 hits, Trevor Haggard was 3 of 4, a RBI and scored twice.

     Jonathon Williams started for Fulton, but only made it through 4 innings giving up 8 hits, 4 walks and 2 strikeouts, tagged with 3 runs (2 earned). Brock Downey takes his third win on the season in relief going for 3 2/3 innings striking out 3, no walks, 3 hits and one earned run. Cody Alvey picked up his 3rd save closing out the 9th innings with 2 strikeouts and a ground out. Madisonville's starter Kooper Kessler pitched for 6 complete innings leaving the game with a lead giving up 3 runs (2 earned) on 8 hits, walking 3 and striking out two. Robert Spath gets tagged for the loss throwing only in the 7th inning, allowing 5 hits along with 2 go ahead earned runs.

     The Railroaders, now at 12-11, are over .500 for the first time in 2012. They will travel to Marion on Saturday to face the Bobcats who just broke a 6 game losing streak with their win over the Oilers. The Railroaders take Sunday off and return to play on Monday at home to take on the 1st place Hoppers at Lohaus Field. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 6, Pirates 1.  (June 28, 2012). The Pirates score first with their one run in the 1st inning. The Railroaders answered in the 2nd with one run. The game remained tied through the 5th inning. Fulton put up 3 runs in the 6th and 2 more in the 8th. The win is the 6th in a row for Fulton and moves them to 3rd in the standings. First time this season the Railroaders are at .500. Both teams go at it again on Friday in Fulton with second place in the standings on the line. Game time is 7 pm. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 14, Hoppers 4.  (June 27, 2012). The Fulton Railroaders picked up 13 hits and took advantage of six Hoptown Hoppers miscues to beat the league-leading Hoppers 12-4 on Wednesday. The Railroaders scored four runs in the fourth and sixth innings to bolster the road win.

     Fulton was led by Austin Bryant, who went 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and four runs batted in, and Mikee Moore, who went 3-for-5 with a double, a run and an RBI. Brandon Shaw went 2-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored, and Rob Hogenkamp went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs and three RBIs.

     Hoptown was paced by Bobby Clark, who went 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI. Anthony Mazzella slapped a home run for the Hoppers.

     Keaton Baker got the win for the Railroaders, allowing three unearned runs on four hits, striking out seven and walking five in six innings. Christopher Flores pitched the seventh inning, striking out one and walking two, Roman Kelly pitched the eighth inning, allowing one run on one hit, walking two, and Seth Marcus pitched the ninth, striking out one and walking two.

     Taylor Veillon got the loss for the Hoppers, allowing 10 runs (eight earned) on nine hits, striking out seven and walking seven in 6-2/3 innings. Clayton Dugan came on in the seventh, and Kyle Barbee closed out the game, allowing two runs (one earned) on four hits, striking out one in 2-2/3 innings. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 7, Bobcats 6.  (June 25, 2012). The Railroaders came from behind to beat the Bobcats for the first time in 2012, and extend their winning streak to 4 games. Marion jumped to a 3-0 lead in the 3rd innings using 2 singles, a walk and a double with 2 outs. The Bobcats added 2 more in the 4th with another RBI double and one scored off the only Railroader error for a 5-0 lead. Fulton cut the lead to 2 by scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the 4th with a 2 RBI double and RBI single. The Railroaders took advantage of a Bobcat error in the 5th to score 1 run and tied the game at 5 all in the 6th off a solo homerun by Brandon Shaw, his second in as many nights. In the top of the 7th, the Bobcats re-took the lead at 6-5 with a Tyler Bonaventure solo homer. The Railroaders came back in the bottom of the 8th to score  2 with a 2 RBI game winning single by Austin Bryant.

     The Railroader offensive was lead by Brandon Shaw with his homerun, a double and 2 singles, going 4 for 4 with 3 RBI's and scoring twice at the plate. For the Bobcats; Tyler Bonaventrue was 3 of 4 with his homerun adding 3 RBI's and scoring home twice. Both teams had 11 hits each and both stranded 9 runners on base. The difference in the game came down to 3 errors for Marion and 1 for Fulton.

     Roman Kelly started for Fulton but only made it through 3 /13 innings giving up 6 hits, 5 runs (4 earned), striking out and walking 3 each. Jonathon Williams takes the win throwing for 4 2/3 innings allowing only 1 earned run, 4 hits, striking out 6 with no walks. Daniel Szathmary (former Bobcat) earned a save finishing off the final inning for Fulton. Marion starter Caleb Luttrell pitched for 7 innings with 8 hits allowed, 5 runs (4 earned), walked and struck-out 2 each, and left the game with a 1 run Bobcat lead. James Dyer takes the loss throwing the final Railroader 8th inning, and was tagged for 3 hits and 2 earned runs.

     The two teams had met 4 times prior to tonight's game with the Bobcats winning all four. The Railroaders take Tuesday off while the Bobcats return home after losing 4 straight to face off with the Oilers who have dropped 3 straight games. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 8, Oilers 5.  (June 24, 2012). The Railroaders won their 3rd straight and swept the Oilers in 2 games to finish their weekend schedule of games. Fulton jumped to a 3-0 lead in the 2nd inning with a 2 out, 2 RBI homerun from Andrew Cash and a RBI single by Quinton Alexander. The Railroaders added another run in the 3rd and 2 more runs in each of the 5th and 6th inning for a 8-0 lead. Relief pitching by the Oilers held Fulton from further scoring.

     The Oilers finally got on the board in the 7th with Dalton West leading off with a solo homer and added another from a sacrifice fly by Jordan Rhodes. Owensboro battled back in the top of the 9th scoring 3 runs from a Jordan Rhodes 2 RBI double and a RBI single by Matt Cissell. Fulton sent Cody Alvey to mound to shut down the Oilers' comeback to seal the 8-5 victory, he picks up a save..

     Mike Moore and Quinton Alexander were both 3 of 4 with a RBI each, and Angelo Burrage along with Andrew Cash were 1 for 3 with 2 RBI's each for the Railroaders. Tyler Grogg for Owensboro was the only multiple hitter going 2 of 5 but no RBI's, and Jordan Rhodes' led the Oilers RBI with his 2 going 1 for 4.

     Starter Tyler Saltsman pitched for 7 innings striking out 6, walking 2, giving up 5 hits and 2 earned runs, he earns the win for Fulton. Owensboro's starter Tim Johnson lasted 4 innings with 3 strikeouts, one walk, allowing 7 hits and tagged for 6 runs with 4 earned, he takes the loss. Box scores Click Here.

 

     The Railroaders face off at home Monday with the Marion Bobcats who lost to the Hoptown Hoppers in an afternoon game on Sunday. Game time for Monday's game at the Yard is 7 pm.


Railroaders 10, Oilers 5.  (June 23, 2012). The Owensboro Oilers lost their Saturday night home game to the Railroaders up from Fulton. The final score was 10 to 5. Each team scored one run in the 3rd inning. In the top half Quinton Alexander led off with a double. He was sacrifice bunted over to third base base. Alexander scored on a RBI sacrifice fly by Mikee Moore. In the bottom half the Oilers answered as Taylor Mathews and Austin Edge started with consecutive walks. One out later, Mathews came around as John Saylor reached base on an error. Owensboro took a brief 2 to 1 lead with a run in the bottom of the 4th inning. With one out, Oiler newcomer Brendon Hardin drew a walk. Tyler Grogg, also making his Owensboro debut, followed with a single. Tyler Tichenor walked to load the bases. Mathews then reached on a RBI fielder's choice used to force Grogg out at third, but the double play could not be turned as Hardin crossed the plate.
    Fulton turned the game in their favor with three runs in the top of the 5th inning. With one out, Rob Hogenkamp walked and Austin Bryant followed with a single. A groundout moved both runners up a base. Hogenkamp from third base on an error. Billy O'Connor RBI singled to bring in Bryant. Andrew Cash followed with an RBI double, scoring O'Connor from first base. The Railroaders led 4-2. Fulton added three more runs in the top of the 7th inning. With two out,  Angelo Burrage was hit by a pitch. O'Connor singled. Cash RBI singled to score Burrage. Rick Linton followed with a 2-RBI double to plate both O'Connor and Cash. Fulton expanded the lead, 7-2.
    Owensboro found runs late trying to get back into the game, scoring two runs in the bottom of the 7th inning. Tyler Tichenor led off the inning with a walk, and had already advanced to third base when walks to Mathews and Edge loaded the bases. One out later, Saylor reached on fielder's choice that played to force Edge out at second base, but allowed both Tichenor and Matthews to come in. That closed the score to 7-4. The Railroaders put those two runs back up in the top of the 8th inning. Scoring in the inning were Brock Downey , who reached on an error , and scored on a separate error as well as Hogenkamp who reached on the error that allowed Downey to score. Hogenkamp was driven in on a RBI sacrifice fly by O'Connor. That made the score 9-4. The Oilers cut into the lead one last time with one last run in the bottom of the 8th inning. With two out, Grogg singled, then stole both second and third base. He scored on a RBI single by Tichenor. Fulton put that run back on the scoreboard too in the top of the 9th inning. With one out, Alexander walked and eventually scored on an RBI sacrifice fly by Hogankamp. That score was 10 - 5 in favor of the Railroaders, and there it remained.
    The starters took the decisions for each side in the game. Railroaders pitcher Cory Klinger got the win while Oilers hurler Patrick Knight took the loss.
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Railroaders 4, Hoppers 3.  (June 22, 2012). The Railroaders ended a 4 game losing streak and ended the 1st place Hoppers' 4 game winning streak by coming from behind on Friday. Hoptown took a 1-0 lead in the 5th inning with a 2 out solo homerun from Kaleb Brown. The Hoppers added 2 more runs in the 7th on a 2 out, 2 RBI single from Nolan Fisher. The Railroaders tied the game in the 8th with a 2 out, 2 RBI single from newly acquired Billy O'Conner and another run scored on double errors from the Hopper infield. Bottom of the 9th, Angelo Burrage drove in the game winning RBI with a 2 out single scoring Quinton Alexander from 2nd base. 

    Both starters pitched a strong game with neither getting a decision. Fulton's Keaton Baker pitched 7 complete innings striking out 8, walking 3, allowing 6 hits with 3 earned runs. For Hopkinsville, Philip Menou threw for 7 2/3 innings achieving 12 strikeouts, no walks, giving up 8 hits and tagged for 3 runs (2 earned). Brock Downey pitched one inning in relief, and Daniel Szathmary the 9th to take the win for Fulton. Hopper Tyler Vails relieved Menou in the 8th for one out, and gave up 2 hits and 1 earned run in the 9th to get the loss. Box scores Click Here.


Bobcats 11, Railroaders 1.  (June 20, 2012). The Bobcats remain one game behind the Hoppers in the standings with a big win over the Railroaders. Marion scored 5 in the 1st, added one in the 2nd and 4th innings, then capped their total in the 5th with 4 more runs. Fulton's only score came in the top of the 6th inning. The Bobcats pounded out 13 hits total and committed 1 error and the Railroaders managed 5 hits with 3 errors on the field. David Roper gets the win going 7 innings striking out 10, issuing 3 walks and 4 hits. Garrett Hunt takes the loss with 4 innings pitched allowing 10 hits, 6 earned runs, striking out 4 and walking 2 batters. Box scores Click Here.


Pirates 8, Railroaders 5.  (June 19, 2012). In 11 innings. After a strange ending in the bottom of the 11th inning, the Pirates walked away with their second straight win over the Railroaders. Fulton took an early 1st inning lead from a solo homerun by Angelo Burrage, his 4th on the season. Pirate starter Michael Edwards settled in after giving up the homer and pitched 6 fine innings totaling 7 strikeouts, issuing  just one walk and allowing 3 hits. Railroader starter Tyler Saltsman also pitched a good game through 7 shutout innings giving up only one hit, 2 walks and striking out 8 batters. While the Tradewater sent a fresh arm to mound after 6 frames, Fulton left a tired Saltsman in to start the 8th inning and the Pirates began their comeback. Cole Fergus led off with a solo homerun, followed by a runner reaching on an error, then Trevor Haggard stepped to plate and knock a 2 RBI homer to give the Pirates a 3-1 lead. Fulton relief finally came in and shutdown Pirate scoring until the top of the 11th inning.

     The Railroaders tied the game up at 3 all in the bottom half of the 8th scoring 2 from 2 hits and one Pirate error, but couldn't get the go ahead run in with bases loaded and 1 out as a double play ended the inning. After 10 innings play, the Pirates began the 11th with a walk, single and 2 more walks to take a 4-3 lead. Tradewater then scored 4 more using another single and 2 costly Railroader errors to extend their lead to 8-3. The Railroaders began a one out rally in the bottom of the inning using 2 hits, 2 walks and 2 Pirate errors to score one run and leave the bases loaded for Fulton's leading hitter Austin Bryant. With a 0-1 count, Pirate reliever Wayne Sparks threw an over hand curve ball that didn't break and sailed over Bryant's head hitting his bat and fell into the field of play, a fair ball. Unaware the ball was fair, Bryant remained at the plate turned around, catcher Cole Fergus alertly recovered the ball, stepped on home plate for a force out and threw the ball to 1st base for a double play ending the game.

     Sparks gets the win for Tradewater pitching for the final 3 innings, and Cody Alvey takes the hard loss walking in the go ahead run and tagged with 2 more unearned from errors. Box scores Click Here.


Pirates 15, Railroaders 4.  (June 18, 2012). Tradewater put it all together in a 15-4 victory over Fulton at home Monday evening, as starter and winner Dillon Endecott threw six innings of 4 hit ball, with just one earned run and 6 strikeouts. He received able relief assistance from Chad Cox and closer Corey Ames.  The Pirates produced two big innings, with seven runs in the second, and five in the eighth, on a night that saw them rap 15 hits. Cody Hyden had a big home run, was 2-3; Blake Massey was 2-4 with 2 ribbies; and Buddy Elgin produced 2 ribbies, with a 4-5 night.......Pirate right-fielder Joe Black came up big as well, with a 3-5 night and 2 ribbies, and provided some fireworks, going all the way around the bases following his bunt, that produced a throw-away, allowing Joe to go...go...go...all the way home..... and Logan Leverett had trifecta RBI's....The Pirates now float down to Fulton to meet a band of angry Roaders, Tuesday night. Box scores Click Here.


Hoppers 3, Railroaders 2.  (June 17, 2012). The Hoptown Hoppers held on to beat the Railroaders in Fulton on Sunday and moved into 1st place alone, a half game ahead of Marion. The Hoppers put up one run each in the 2nd and 3rd innings before the Railroaders marked up one score in the bottom of the 3rd. Hoptown scored another run in the 6 to take a 3-1 lead and continued to hold Fulton at bay until the bottom of the 9th inning. The Railroaders loaded the bases in the final innings and got one run across the plate with a sacrifice fly with one out. A hit batter loaded the bases once again but closer Tyler Vails struck out the final batter to secure the win and earn a save. Will Hammock pitched a strong game for Hopkinsville giving up 4 hits, striking out 6, and 2 walks. The one run scored against Hammock was unearned and he gets the win. Fulton's starter Cory Klinger labored hard through 5 2/3 innings throwing 123 pitches, giving up 7 hits, 3 runs (2 earned), 6 walks and striking out one batter, and takes the loss.

     Offensively for Hoptown, Fernando Tanaka led the way going 3 for 3 and 2 RBI's. Nolan Fisher and Seth Bancroft each got 2 hits and Bobby Clark drove in the Hoppers' 3rd run. On Fulton's side, Mikee Moore was 3 for 5, but Rob Hogenkamp accounted for the Railroaders' runs with 2 RBI's batting 0 for 4 with Rick Linton scoring both times off a ground out and sacrifice fly. The loss sends Fulton back into 5th place in the standings, only a half game behind both Owensboro and Madisonville, and 3 1/2 games from the leader Hopkinsville. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 4, Hoppers 2.  (June 16, 2012). The Hoppers scored in the 1st inning to take a 1-0 lead, follow by the Railroaders tying it up in the top of the 2nd inning with one run. Again in the 5th, Hoptown put up a run for a 2-1 lead only to have Fulton score and tie it in the 6th inning at 2 each. The Railroaders manufactured 2 more runs in the 7th, and continued to hold the Hoppers from scoring to the game's end. The Railroaders put up 6 hits with Austin Bryant leading going 2 of 4, one RBI and scoring one. Bobby Clark lead the offense for Hoptown and was 2 of 4 with one RBI. Starter Keaton Baker takes the win for 7 innings pitched and Cody Alvey picked up a save going 1 1/3 innings. Philip Menou takes the loss starting and pitching for 6 1/2 innings. Box scores Click Here.


Bobcats 3, Railroaders 1.  (June 14, 2012). A complete game win for Darren Travers moves the Bobcats to a half game lead in the standings.  The Railroaders where held to 5 hits while Fulton's Tyler Saltsman also threw a complete game and only gave up 4 hits to the Bobcats. The loss puts the Railroaders back into the basement with the Oilers. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 9, Oilers 8 in 11 innings.  (June 13, 2012). For the second night in a row, the Railroaders and Oilers battled for 11 innings with Fulton coming out on top. Owensboro kicked off the scoring with a run in the 1st, followed by Fulton putting up 3 in the bottom half of the inning. The Railroaders added 2 in the 2nd and one more in the 3rd inning to take a 6-1 lead. The Oilers got back into game in the 4th inning scoring 5 to tie the contest at 6 all, then grabbed a 8-6 lead in the 5th marking up 2 more runs. Fulton tied the game again the bottom of the 6th with 2 runs and then scoring stalled for both teams. 

     The Railroaders led off the bottom of the 9th inning with a triple by Alex Huddleston, and the Oilers intentionally walked the next 2 batters to load the bases and tighten the infield defense. The move worked as the Oilers forced the first out at home plate on an infield grounder, struck out the next batter and got a the third on a groundout. Owensboro then threatened in the 10th when Austin Edge singled and made it to 3rd base on a sacrifice bunt and groundout, but the Railroaders got another groundout to end the inning. In the bottom of the 11th inning Andrew Cash led off with a double and finally scored the winning run when a throwing error to 1st base from a bunted ball got away and allow the score.

     The Railroaders put up 16 hits with Rob Hogenkamp, Joe Mike and Andrew Cash each getting 3 on the evening. The Oilers managed 12 hits lead by Jonathan Brinez who went 3 for 6, one RBI and scoring twice. Fulton used 5 pitchers with Brock Downey getting the win throwing the final innings, Austin Pittman took the loss pitching for the final 5 innings with no earned runs allowed.

     Both teams entered the game with 3-6 records and last in the standings. Fulton's win moves them into 4th place after spending the first 9 games in the bottom of the 2012 standings. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 7, Oilers 3 in 11 innings.  (June 12, 2012). The Owensboro Oilers lost to the visiting Fulton Railroaders on Tuesday night in Owensboro. The final score was 7 to 3 in another extra inning home game, this time 11 innings.
     The Oilers scored first with one run in the bottom of the 2nd inning. Matt Johnson walked to lead off the inning. He stole second base, and came the rest of the way around on groundouts. Austin Edge collected the RBI. The Railroaders answered with one run in the top of the 3rd inning. With one out, Erik Manning reached on an error. Mikee More and Rob Hogenkamp singled back to back, loading the bases. Manning scored on a RBI foul sacrifice fly by Angelo Burrage before another fly out ended the frame tied 1-1.
     Owensboro came right back with a run in the bottom of the third inning. With one away, Josh Salmon reached on a bunt. Dalton West followed with a single that sent Salmon to second base. Salmon scored as Matt Johnson reached on an error. Fulton tied the game again with a run in the top of the 5th inning. With one out, Manning singled. An out later Hogenkamp walked. Manning scored on a RBI single by Burrage.
     The Oilers took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the 8th inning. Edge singled to start. Colin Buckner reached safely on a bunt sacrifice, then Colton Slank sacrifice bunted both runners forward. After Taylor Mathews walked Edge came across on a RBI sacrifice fly by Tyler Tichenor. The Railroaders got the tying run they needed in the top of the 9th inning. Andrew Cash reached on an error. A strikeout later, Mikee More singled. Cash and More executed a double steal of third and second bases. Hogenkamp plated Cash by reaching on an RBI bunt. Burrage was intentionally walked to load the bases and a double play kept the game tied.
     The score remained 3-3 until Fulton scored four runs in the top half of the 11th inning. Scoring were Hogenkamp (single), Joe MiKe (single), Rick Linton (single), and Austin Bryant (single). Bryant collected one RBI in the inning and Brock Downey added a 2-RBI double. Fulton reliever Cody Alvey hung around for the win. Owensboro reliever Jay Hachmiester had the misfortune to lose his second game in as many appearances
. Box scores Click Here.


Monday's Rain Out with Hoppers rescheduled for Sunday.  (June 12, 2012). The game against the Hoptown Hoppers that was rained out on Monday, has been rescheduled for this Sunday, June 17, in Fulton. Game time is 7 pm.


Bobcats 10, Railroaders 8.  (June 9, 2012). The Bobcats maintain their half game lead in the standings with another win over the Railroaders. Tied at 2 each after 5 innings, the Bobcats shot forward scoring 6 runs in the top of the 6th with 5 hits including a 2 RBI homerun from Clint Ambrosch. The Cats added 2 more in the 8th bringing the score to 10-2. The Railroaders made a valiant comeback attempt in the bottom of the 9th with 2 outs, punching out 6 runs that included a grand slam homer from Alex Huddleston, but fell short with the tying run at plate striking out. Marion starter and winner Chris Hunt threw for 6 innings striking out 9, giving up only 4 hits and walking 3 men. Taking his second loss on the season and to the Bobcats, Christopher Flores went 5 1/3 innings striking out 3, walking 5, and allowing 5 earned runs. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 11, Pirates 1.  (June 8, 2012). A strong pitching performance by Keaton Baker help Fulton win their first game at home against Madisonville. While Baker held the Pirates scoreless through 7 innings, the Railroader offense put up a 4-0 lead that included a 3 RBI homerun from Angelo Burrage, his 3rd one on the early season. After giving up 1 run in the first inning, Pirate starter Kooper Kessier held the Railroaders down until the 5th inning when Fulton's first homerun extended the lead. Kessler was pulled and 2 Pirate relievers held Fulton again until the 8th inning. The Railroaders poured it on in the 8th as the 3rd Tradewater reliever, Michael Edwards, took the mound. The 7 hit and 7 run inning included a 2 RBI double from Burrage, a 2 RBI double by Rob Hogenkamp, and a homer by Brandon Shaw for 2 RBI's. Brock Downey and Casey Tiller each pitched one inning to finish off the game for Fulton. The Pirates managed to prevent the shutout in the 9th by scoring 1 run from 2 hits and a stolen base. The Railroaders totaled 13 hits with 9 earned runs on the evening with the Pirates getting 6 hits and 1 earned run. Baker takes the win and Kessler the loss. Box scores Click Here.


Pirates 7, Railroaders 6.  (June 7, 2012). In 10 innings. The Railroaders battle back against the Pirates in Madisonville to tie the game, but fall short one run in the 10th inning on a wild pitch. The Pirates' 7 runs came from 9 hits and 3 errors while the Railroaders' 14 hits and 2 Pirates errors weren't enough to pull out the win. Madisonville's Logan Leverett led their offense 2 of 5 and 2 RBI's.  Rick Linton and Erik Manning were both 3 for 5 with Manning hitting a solo homerun. Corey Goins gets the win for the Pirates and Daniel Szathmary takes the loss for the Railroaders. Box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 18, Hoppers 4.  (June 6, 2012). The Railroaders redeemed their opening season loss in Fulton to the Hoppers by over powering Hopkinsville’s home start for 2012. In front of 450+ enthusiast Fans, the Hoppers commanded the game through 4 innings scoring 3 runs and holding Fulton scoreless until the 5th inning.  The Railroaders pounded out 5 runs on 5 hits including 2 doubles. Fulton continued in the 6th scoring 1 run, and added 4 more in the 7th off 2 costly Hoptown errors and a batter hit-by-pitch with the bases loaded. The Railroaders put another run up in the 8th and topped off with 7 runs in the 9th form 4 hits, 2 walks, and a 3 RBI homer by Austin Byrant.  The Hoppers where held at bay by excellent Railroader defense and good relieve work from 5 pitchers to hold the Hoppers hitless after 4 innings.  Hoptown placed 1 more run in the 9th aided by Fulton ’s only error.

     The Railroaders total of 18 hits was led by Austin Bryant going 4 of 6 with a 2 RBI homer and scoring twice.  Mikee Moore stole 2 bases in 3 attempts as he played in his first game for 2012, and he added 2 RBI’s along with 2 runs scored while going 2 of 4.  The Hoppers' 8 total hits came early with Brett Pirtle and Nolan Fisher getting half the total, both going 2 for 3.

     Brock Downey gets the win pitching only the 5th inning, striking out 2 with 1 walk.  Starter Garrett Hunt when only 4 innings as Fulton decided to used a fresh arm for each remaining innings.  Hoppers’ starter Will Hammcock pitched strong through 4, then pulled when the Railroaders finally zeroed in during the 5th, he takes the loss.  Hoptown sent 4 more to the mound but were unable to stop the Railroader offensive attacksBox scores Click Here.


Bobcats 15, Railroaders 7.  (June 4, 2012). The Bobcats improved to 2-1 after dishing out a 4th straight loss to the Railroaders in Fulton in an abbreviate 6 inning game call for lightning and weather. Marion improved their team batting average in two games of .193 to .311 against a struggling Railroader pitching staff. The Bobcats pounded out 17 hits lead by Tyler Bernard who went 5 for 5 and included 2 doubles and a 3 RBI homerun for a total of 5 RBI's. Fulton did manage 10 hits to get their 7 runs along with using 2 Bobcat errors.  Austin Bryant was best for the Railroaders at the plate going 3 of 4 including a 3 RBI homerun. David Roper earns the win for Marion pitching the full 6 innings, Christopher Flores takes the loss going only 2.67 innings and giving up 9 earned runs.  The woes for the Railroaders continue through 4 games as they have produced a total of 32 runs but have allowed 44 to score against them. Bobcat pitching suffered little by going into the game with a team 2.12 ERA average and emerging with a 3.52 ERA average. Box scores Click Here.


Oilers 6, Railroaders 5.  (June 3, 2012). The home opening Owensboro Oilers defeated the visiting Fulton Railroaders Sunday night by a score of 6 to 5 in 11 innings.  The Oilers scored first with one run in the bottom of the 2nd inning. Brandon Morris led off the inning with a double. He was advanced to third base, then scored on a wild pitch. Owensboro added another run in the bottom of the 6th inning. Josh Salmon singled to start the frame. He stole second base, advanced on a wild pitch, then scored on an RBI double by Colin Buckner.
    The Railroaders took the lead with three runs in the top of the 7th inning. With one out Erik Manning singled, Andrew Cash and Austin Bryant both walked to load the bases. Manning scored on a passed ball. One out later Brandon Eggenschwiler plated Cash and Bryant with a 2-RBI single.
    The Oilers tied the game with a run in their half of the 7th inning, courtesy of a solo home run by Matt Cissell. Fulton reclaimed the lead with a solo home run by Angelo Burrage in the top of the 8th inning. Owensboro scored twice in the bottom of the 8th inning to retake the lead. Salmon singled leading off. One out later Dalton West walked. A RBI double by Conner Brackhahn scored Salmon and put West on third base. West came in on a wild pitch. The Railroaders scored once in the 9th to tie the game. Cash was hit by a pitch and Jack Henry Jones pinch ran for him. An errant pick-off attempt moved Jones all the way over to third base. Bryant RBI doubled to score Jones, but the Oilers retired the next three Railroaders in order, leaving Bryant at third base.
    The late developing back and forth battle ended when Owensboro scored the winning run in the bottom of the 11th inning. Kyle Schwinghammer singled to lead off. A fielding error put two on with no out. Schwinghammer scored when Salmon lifted a sacrifice to center, and the attempt on him at third base eluded fielding.
    Owensboro reliever Shane Weedman collected the win. Fulton Reliever Cory Klinger took the loss.
 
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Oilers 12, Railroaders 11.  (June 2, 2012). The Oilers handed Fulton their second straight home loss to open the season in a 9 inning 3 hour 50 minute marathon game.  For Owensboro, who opened their season on the road, the 1 run win shoved Fulton into the basement and helped healed the wounds from last year's post season championship loss to the Railroaders.  The Railroaders out-hit the Oilers by 2, but stranded 12 runners while the Oilers only left 5 aboard.  Costly errors by Fulton, 3 total, were another major factor in the loss. The Railroaders took an early 3-0 lead through 3 innings.  Top of the 4th, the Oilers' bats came alive producing 6 of their 10 hits resulting in 7 runs scored and aided by the first Railroader error.  Fulton answer in the bottom half with 4 runs to tie the game at 7 all.  The Railroaders regained the lead punching out 2 runs in the 6th, but the Oilers came back in the 7th with the 5 runs scored from 2 more hits and another Railroader error.  Fulton managed 2 runs in the bottom of the 6th to end the scoring for both teams. Each team sent 4 pitchers to the mound forcing both offenses to earn 20 or the 23 total runs scored.  Owensboro's 2 unearned runs ensured their win over Fulton.  The offensive highlights were a 3 RBI homerun off the bat of Railroader Angelo Burrage, and a base clearing 3 RBI double from Oiler Matt Johnson.  Colton Slank is the winning pitcher of record and Jordan Meece picks up a save.  Cody Alvey takes the hard loss in middle relieve.  The two teams face off again tomorrow in Owensboro.  Box scores Click Here.


Hoppers 11, Railroaders 9.  (June 1, 2012). The season opener at home for the Fulton Railroaders was spoiled as the upstart Hoptown Hoppers regained the lead by 2 in the 9th inning.  The Hoppers scored 1 run in the 1st inning with the Railroaders matching it in the bottom half.  Top of the 3rd, Hoptown marked up another run only to lose the lead again with Fulton adding 2 more to finish the inning.  The battle continued in the 4th with the Hoppers chalking up 2 and taking a 4-3 lead.  The Railroaders answered in their half of the 4th scoring 4 runs and included a 3 RBI homer by Alex Huddleston clearing the 325 mark in right-center field.  Fulton adding 2 more runs in the 5th for a wide 9-4 lead.  Hoptown made back one run in the 6th, then the Hoppers jumped out with 3 runs each in both the 8th and 9th innings while holding the Railroaders scoreless.  Jake Sandlin's game winning RBI double drove in 2 to make the score 10-9 and then scored the final run to top off the score.  Jason McDonald earned the win in relief pitching for the last 5 innings.  The Railroaders went through 5 pitchers on the evening with Daniel Szathmary taking the loss.  Fulton mustered up 13 hits and stranded 9 runners, the Hoppers got 9 hits and left 5 on base.  Railroader pitching began strong but weakened in last 3 innings, while the Hoppers struggled at first then finished tough.  The difference ultimately came down to the Hoppers scoring 2 more earned runs than the Railroaders. Box scores Click Here. 

 

The Railroaders remain at Home on Saturday night to host the Owensboro Oilers, then travel to Owensboro on Sunday for one game.  On Monday the Railroaders return to Fulton for a take on the Marion Bobcats.  Game times are 7 pm.


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