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Memphis Sees Seven-Game Winning Streak End in 4-1 Defeat

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – For the second time this season the Memphis Redbirds could not solve Oklahoma City starter Justin Masterson, and the Redbirds’ seven-game winning streak came to a close with a 4-1 loss to the Dodgers Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.

Despite the loss, Memphis has won 15 of its last 18 games. The Redbirds hold a 61-34 record, which is still the best mark in all of Triple-A Baseball.

Masterson, a former St. Louis Cardinal, gave up one run on five hits in 7.0 innings for the Dodgers (51-44). This came after the right-hander shut out Memphis on one hit in 7.0 innings on April 24 in Oklahoma City.

Nick Martini had two hits and an RBI for the Redbirds, and Rangel Ravelo had a double. Martini has 11 multi-hit games in his last 22 starts. Marco Gonzales saw his five-start winning streak snapped, after allowing four runs and six hits in 6.0 frames. He helped himself at the plate with a single and a run scored in the third inning, accounting for the Redbirds’ only run of the night.

The Redbirds’ streak of six-straight games with a home run came to a close, but Memphis now has an extra-base hit in 20-straight games and has not committed an error in six-straight contests, both season longs. The Redbirds have not committed an error in 60.0-consecutive innings.

                                   

Memphis and Oklahoma City resume action tomorrow night at 7:05. The Redbirds head home Friday for eight games against Las Vegas and Salt Lake.

Next Games at AutoZone Park

The next homestand (July 21-28) includes:

Friday, July 21 (7:05 p.m.): Harry Potter Night, Friday Night Block Party featuring a band and $2 beers in the Plaza before the game

Saturday, July 22 (6:35 p.m.): postgame fireworks presented by Tennessee Lottery, fidget spinner giveaway to the first 1,500 fans courtesy of Prairie Farms Dairy, Princess and Pirate Night with eye patch or tiara specialty ticket, Saturday Night Party in the Plaza featuring a band and $2 beers before the game

Sunday, July 23 (2:05 p.m.): Prairie Farms Ice Cream Sunday with free ice cream to the first 2,500 kids ages 12 and under upon entering, Kids Run the Bases after the game, pregame player autographs inside the main gates (subject to change or cancellation)

Monday, July 24 (7:05 p.m.)

Tuesday, July 25 (7:05 p.m.): King Cotton $1 Hot Dog Night

Wednesday, July 26 (7:05 p.m.)

Thursday, July 27 (7:05 p.m.): All-You-Can-Eat Thursday featuring wings plus ballpark favorite hot dogs and sides, Thirsty Thursday with select $2 beers, College Night with $5 Left Field TruGreen Bluff tickets available for college students with a valid college ID

Friday, July 28 (7:05 p.m.): Ladies Night presented by Ideal Image featuring Luke Pell from “The Bachelorette” with multiple specialty ticket experiences, Friday Night Block Party featuring a band and $2 beers in the Plaza before the game

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