In Australian League action from today, Adelaide defeated Perth by a 5-4 score. Stefan Welch was in the starting lineup for Adelaide, while Sam Kennelly came off the bench for Perth. Welch went 1-for-3, with a walk. He went 2-for-13 in the four game series, with a solo homer in game one. Kennelly, who was playing his second game of the series, came in on defense in the bottom of the sixth. He had been starting at third base in previous weeks, but he went in at second base both times this week. Kennelly went 0-for-2 at the plate and he started a 4-6-3 double play in the seventh inning. Kennelly went 2-for-7 over the weekend, with an RBI single.
In the Dominican last night, Kris Johnson pitched brilliantly in a huge spot. With his team playing a win or go home game for the final playoff s...
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