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OKC RedHawks: RedHawks move back into first-place tie, beat Iowa in 12 innings

Carlos Perez's RBI single wins it for Oklahoma City, which begins a four-game series vs. Round Rock at 7:05 p.m. Friday at the Brick.
BY RHIANNON WALKER, Staff Writer, Published: June 13, 2013


Clevenger had a rough day in the Cubs' last game against the RedHawks. The catcher allowed two balls to pass by in the bottom of the fourth inning, which allowed three runners — Justin Maxwell, Marc Krauss and Brandon Laird — to advance.

Maxwell would then score on a double by Krauss, and Krauss and Laird would come in on a double by Perez that put the RedHawks up, 5-0.


After splitting the four-game series against the Cubs, the RedHawks will now begin a four-game home series against the Round Rock Express. Round Rock, the Texas Rangers' affiliate, and Oklahoma City are tied for first place in the American Conference Southern Division.

Ross Seaton (2-5, 7.60 ERA) will start for the RedHawks, and Round Rock will send Scott Richmond (1-1, 5.84) to the mound. Richmond is a former Oklahoma State standout. Friday's game will begin at 7:05 p.m. at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.


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