OKC RedHawks: Hawks offense is rolling again, starter Paul Clemens demoted to Double A

Oklahoma City recovers from three-run deficit to beat Iowa, 10-8; series continues at 7:05 p.m. Thursday at The Brick.
By Anthony Slater Published: July 25, 2012
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ROSTER UPDATE

Reinforcements are on the way. Because of its struggling pitching staff, Oklahoma City has revamped its rotation and bullpen. Starter Paul Clemens (8-8, 6.73 ERA) is on his way back to Double-A, and three righties are on their way up from Corpus Christi. The three pitchers – Jose Cisnero, Jarred Cosart and Jake Buchanan – are in the middle of solid seasons for a good Corpus Christi club.

STAT OF THE GAME

8.81 – Runs per game the RedHawks are averaging over the past 11. They've put on an offensive display as of late, highlighted by 25 runs in the past two nights.

UP NEXT

After taking the first two games against Iowa, Oklahoma City will try to clinch a series win against Iowa on Thursday night at 7 p.m. The RedHawks are 33-16 in Bricktown this season. Against Iowa, they have won 14 of the past 15 home games.