X's pitcher Geoff Broussard stands on the mound during Wednesday's preseason game in Hinton, Iowa.
HINTON, Iowa (KTIV) -
The Sioux City Explorers fell to 1-1 in the preseason, losing to Lincoln 23-16 on Wednesday night. The game was played at Hinton High School and was stopped after eight innings.
The X's, who won their exhibition opener against Sioux Falls, 19-0, scored seven runs in the first inning off of Saltdogs starter Joe Bisenius, a former major league pitcher with the Phillies and Nationals and a Bishop Heelan graduate.
Sioux City's next preseason game is Friday in Huron, South Dakota, at 7:05 against Sioux Falls. The X's end the preseason on Tuesday, March 13th in Lincoln before starting their 100-game American Association schedule on March 15th in Sioux Falls.
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