Since his mid-June call-up from Double-A Corpus Christi, Oberholtzer has been ineffective, entering the game with an 8.36 ERA. But on Monday night, he had his longest outing as a member of the RedHawks, going 6 1/3 innings and holding Memphis to one run on six hits. That's two straight well-pitched games from the RedHawks, which is what they lacked lately.
Stat of the game
10 — Runners that Memphis left on base, compared to Oklahoma City's five. Overall, the Redbirds outhit the RedHawks 8-7 but failed to capitalize. The worst offender? Memphis shortstop Ryan Jackson went 0 for 5, leaving six runners on base.
Fireworks Night at the ballpark. With this the closest home game before July 4, Oklahoma City plays Memphis at 7:05 p.m. on Tuesday to close the four-game series. The fireworks show will follow. The RedHawks are expecting a sellout.