Salt Lake jumped on Aces starter Matt Koch in the top of the first inning. The Bees came around to score five runs on five hits thanks to a leadoff home run from shortstop Luis Rengifo. Rengifo took the second pitch he saw from the Aces right-hander over the left field wall. Koch would recover, getting the next two batters out, but three consecutive hits coupled with a two-run fielding error led to a five-run inning for Salt Lake. The (8-7) loss brings the Aces record to 65-61 this season, still in second place in the Pacific Coast League Pacific Northern Division.

It didn’t take long for the Bees to take a lead as on the second pitch that Luis Rengifo saw he hit a home run over the right-field wall. Salt Lake tacked on four more runs, two of which came off RBI doubles from Jose Briceno and Alberto Triunfel to give Salt Lake the 5-0 advantage. In the bottom of the second Kevin Cron blasted his 22nd homer of the season to cut the Bees lead to 5-1. Salt Lake plated two runs in the middle innings to extend their lead to 7-1. Two more long balls from Kristopher Negron in the sixth and Anthony Recker in the seventh made the score 7-3 Bees. In the eighth inning, Reno mounted a comeback started by a Socrates Brito RBI double to center field. Two batters later Recker platted Juniel Querecuto to cut their deficit to 7-5. Rey Fuentes would bring Reno within one run on an RBI single to left field. The next batter Yasmany Tomas then tied the game at 7-7 when he laced an RBI double down the left field line. The huge eighth inning wouldn’t be enough for Reno to pick up the victory as Salt Lake plated a run in the top of the ninth for their 66th victory of the season.        

Top Performers - Reno Aces

• Rey Fuentes (2-for-4, R)

• Kevin Cron (1-for-3, HR)

Top Performers – Salt Lake 

• Matt Thaiss (3-for-5, R, 3B)

• Jose Briceno (2-for-3, 2 R, 2 RBI)

• Jabari Blash (1-for-4, R)

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Notes & Information

May The Fourth Be with you: Kevin Cron has been one of the best RBI-men in baseball this season. The Aces infielder has driven in 91 runs since his first game on May 4th. His 91 RBI leads all of professional baseball since that date. The Texas Christian product has 412 career RBI and has recorded four consecutive seasons with 88 RBI or more. Cron went 1-for-3 in today’s contest with a solo home run.  

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