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Stubbs, Guzman lift Round Rock over Memphis 7-3


Highlights

Drew Stubbs’ bases-loaded double is a key blow for the Express.

Will Middlebrooks contributes a two-run home run.

Drew Stubbs doubled, singled and drove in three runs as the Round Rock Express beat the Memphis Redbirds 7-3 in a Pacific Coast League game at Dell Diamond on Saturday night.

Ronald Guzman singled three times and scored two runs for Round Rock.

The Express started the scoring in the first inning when Will Middlebrooks hit a two-run home run.

After Round Rock added two runs in the second on a double by Jurickson Profar, the Redbirds cut into the deficit in the fourth inning when Carson Kelly and Nick Martini hit RBI singles.

The Express extended their lead in the fifth when Jason Martinson, Guzman and Travis Snider singled to load the bases and Stubbs hit a three-run double.

Harrison Bader pulled the Redbirds to within 7-3 in the sixth when he lined a homer off the batter’s eye in center field. He also singled twice in the game.

Adam Loewen (3-0) got the win in relief. Memphis starter Sean Gilmartin (2-3) took the loss.

With the win, Round Rock improved to 2-4 against Memphis.



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