The Sioux City Explorers ended their six game homestand with an 11-1 loss to St. Paul on Sunday.
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The Sioux City Explorers ended their six game homestand with an 11-1 loss to St. Paul on Sunday in front of 1,592 fans at Lewis and Clark Park. The X's were 2-4 during the week.
Saints leadoff man Adam Frost hit a home run off of X's starter Andy Noga to start the game, leading to a four run first inning. St. Paul (44-42) tacked on another run in the second to lead 5-0. Brian Burgamy and Joey Becker also went deep for the Saints.
Sioux City was out hit by the Saints, 15-6, and could only manage one run on a Luke Murton homer in the fourth inning.
Sioux City (31-56) will spend the next week in Texas, starting a three game series in Laredo on Tuesday before traveling to El Paso on Friday.
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