In Arizona Fall League action tonight, Scottsdale won 4-3 with Kyle Kaminska picking up his third win of the Fall season.
Kaminska made his sixth start for Scottsdale and went five innings, allowing just one unearned run, which came in the first inning. He gave up four hits, did not walk a batter, and he struck out four. Kyle threw 46 of his 68 pitches for strikes. He has allowed a combined two earned runs in his last five starts, a total of 24 innings pitched.
In the starting lineup, Matt Curry played first base and batted cleanup. He went 0-for-4 with a walk, two strikeouts and a run scored.
Adalberto Santos batted right behind Curry and played left field. He went 0-for-3, with two walks, two strikeouts and two stolen bases. Santos has now collected eight stolen bases in nine at...
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