‘Never seen someone pitch with their opposite hand’: Winnipeg Goldeyes win league’s longest-ever match

'Never seen someone pitch with their opposite hand': Winnipeg Goldeyes win league's longest-ever match
Goldeyes Win Sixth Straight in Bizarre Finish
The Winnipeg Goldeyes squeaked out an unusual win Saturday night in what became the longest game in the American Association league's history. The game, spanning five hours and 25 minutes, ended with a 12-11 Goldeyes win versus the Kansas City 

The Kansas City T-Bones pounded out 18 hits en route to a 13-2 American Association baseball win over the Fish on a warm, breezy afternoon before 5,129 fans at Shaw Park, snapping a six-game winning streak during which the hosts had outscored their

Goldeyes T-boned in 13-2 loss

In a marathon night the Kansas City T-Bones just flat ran out of arms in a 14-inning 12-11 loss to the Winnipeg Goldeyes Saturday night at Shaw Park in Winnipeg, Canada. A Matt Sergey (2-2) wild pitch on an intentional walk attempt brought out the …

Mikey O'Brien Winnipeg Goldeyes starting pitcher Mikey O'Brien pitches against the Kansas City T-Bones in American Association baseball action at Shaw Park in Winnipeg on Sun., July 16, 2017. Kevin King/Winnipeg Sun/Postmedia Network. Article

The Winnipeg Goldeyes squeaked out an unusual win Saturday night in what became the longest game in the American Association league's history. The game, spanning five hours and 25 minutes, ended with a 12-11 Goldeyes win versus the Kansas City

WINNIPEG, MB – This is the skinny: The Winnipeg Goldeyes beat the Kansas City T-Bones 12-11 in 14 innings in the longest game (by duration) ever played in the history of the American Association. With the victory, the Goldeyes won their sixth straight

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