Ryan Priddy scores a run in Sioux City's 10-9 win at Winnipeg on Wednesday.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (KTIV) -- -
Fans were treated to a high-scoring affair Wednesday as the Sioux City Explorers (42-53) outscored the Winnipeg Goldeyes (54-41) 10-9. The X's broke a seven game losing streak in Winnipeg.
The teams totaled 27 hits in the game. The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to four lead changes in the game. The Goldeyes were unable to overcome a four-run seventh inning deficit.
Ray Serrano put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for the Explorers. He singled in the seventh inning and doubled in the third and ninth innings.
Jon Plefka got the win, running his season record to 1-3. He allowed three runs over four innings. He struck out one, walked two and surrendered five hits.
Adrian Martinez, Ryan Priddy, Serrano and Jorge Delgado combined for 11 hits and seven RBI's. Wally Backman, Junior, went 0-for-5 and saw his 24-game hitting streak come to an end. It was the longest streak in the American Association this season.
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