In his second season with the St. Joseph Mustangs, Brady Holden feels right at home.
The St. Joseph Mustangs clinched a 5-3 victory over Chillicothe in the final MINK North Division regular season bout between the two Wednesday at Phil Welch Stadium.
The St. Joseph Mustangs scored six runs over the final four innings to overcome a 6-0 deficit, but it wasn’t enough as a single run in the eighth gave Clarinda a 7-6 win Tuesday night in Clarinda, Iowa.
During his days at Lafayette, Ike Book was accepting of what lied ahead for his immediate future.
The St. Joseph Mustangs saw their lead over Chillicothe for second place in the MINK North diminish by one game with a 4-2 loss Sunday night in Chillicothe, Missouri.
The St. Joseph Mustangs have scored just 10 runs over their last five games. The offensive struggles were evident in a 2-1 loss Saturday night at Phil Welch. The Mustangs scored their lone run in the bottom of the second in a 2-1 loss to the Sedalia Bombers.
For the St. Joseph Mustangs, there’s little debate who everyone’s favorite teammate is.
The Mustangs certainly didn’t light up the scoreboard in their 2-0 victory over the KC Monarchs on Friday at Phil Welch Stadium, but a stifling performance from Central alum Dawson Smith on the mound ensured that the Monarchs were unable to complete even a meager two-run rally.
Though the Mustangs didn’t score a single run outside of the first inning, starting pitcher Matt Fred’s 16 strikeouts clinched a 5-3 victory over the Chillicothe Mudcats on Thursday at Phil Welch Stadium.
The St. Joseph Mustangs dropped to 0-5 against the Clarinda A’s this season with a pair of losses in a doubleheader Wednesday in Iowa.