Oklahoma City RedHawks starter Brett Olberholzer didn't make it out of the first, reliever Alex Sogard's line wasn't any better and Round Rock clobbered the RedHawks 12-2 in front of 3,622 Monday night at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
Olberholzer retired just one Express batter, getting No. 2 hitter Engel Beltre to fly out to center.
After Beltre was retired, Round Rock delivered back-to-back hits and then Olberholzer walked four consecutive batters.
Sogard got the first batter he faced to ground into a double play to limit the damage to just four.
Round Rock added six more in the third off Sogard, led by a two-run single by Leury Garcia.
The RedHawks were outscored 38-12 in losing the four-game series 3-1.
Every Round Rock starter had at least one hit.
SINGLETON KEEPS HITTING
Astros prospect Jonathan Singleton had a solid start in Triple-A after being called up before Sunday's game, going 2 for 4 with a pair of doubles in his final two at bats.
Monday, Singleton kept it going, lacing a double to left in his first at-bat. Singleton finished 1 for 4 but hit the ball hard to center in his third at bat after nearly looping a ball over Round Rock second baseman Yangervis Solarte in his second at bat.
MAXWELL CONTINUES REHAB
Astros outfielder Jason Maxwell played his fifth game for the RedHawks during his current rehab assignment, going 0 for 3.
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