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Royals Minor League report: May 13


Omaha Storm Chasers (19-17)

Colorado Springs 7, Omaha 6
LP: Everett Teaford (1-1)
HR: Christian Colon (3)

Omaha dropped to 1-2 in the series as Colorado Springs scored four in the ninth. Francisley Bueno made a spot start, holding the Sky Sox to a run on four hits over 4.0 innings. Every Omaha position player recorded at least one hit. Johnny Giavotella finished 3-for-5 with two RBI. Christian Colon recorded two RBI, including a solo homer in the sixth.

NW Arkansas Naturals (13-22)

Arkansas 4, NW Arkansas 3
LP: Matt Ridings (1-1)
HR: Rey Navarro (2)

The Double-A squads of Kansas City and Los Angeles met in North Little Rock, with Arkansas winning on a walk-off home run. Starter Brooks Pounders scattered two runs on six hits over 5.0 innings. Rey Navarro led the Naturals with two hits. His solo homer in the eighth gave Northwest Arkansas a 3-2 lead.

Wilmington Blue Rocks (17-20)

Frederick 7, Wilmington 3
LP: Sam Selman (1-3)
HR: Alex Hudak (2)

Wilmington dropped the finale at Frederick, finishing 3-1 in the series. Sam Selman yielded five runs (four earned) on four hits and five walks over 4.2 innings. Frederick built a 6-0 lead before Alex Hudak hit his second homer in three days, a two-run shot in the eighth. Jack Lopez added an RBI single. The road trip continues tonight at Potomac (Nationals).

Lexington Legends (18-19)

Lexington 2, Kannapolis 1 (11 innings)
WP: Ali Williams (2-1)
HR: Adrian Morales (1)

Adrian Morales homered in the 11th, lifting Lexington to a walk-off win. Michael Antonio doubled twice and drove in the first Lexington run. Bryan Brickhouse held the Intimidators to a run on seven hits and two walks over 5.0 IP. Relievers Cory Hall (3.0 IP), Mark Peterson (2.0 IP) and Ali Williams (1.0 IP) held Kannapolis scoreless.

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