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2017 SEASON GAME SUMMARIES


Oilers 8, Railroaders 7. (June 14, 2017) The Oilers broke a tied game in the top of the 9th and held on to beat the Railroaders in Fulton. The Oilers extend their winning streak to 4 games while the Railroader have now dropped 2 straight.

 

Owensboro took an early lead scoring 4 runs in the top of the first inning. Fulton climb back into the game scoring single runs in the 1st and 2nd innings. The Railroaders tied the game in the 3rd scoring 2 runs and then took the lead in 4th with 2 more scores.

 

Both teams remain silent until the 8th inning when the Oilers chalked up 3 runs only to have the Railroader tie the game up in the bottom half scoring a single run. 

 

In the top of the 9th the Oilers used 2 doubles to retake an 8-7 lead. Bottom of the inning the Railroaders had loaded the bases with one out when the Oilers turned a double play to end the game.

 

For Owensboro; Cody Jackson hit a 3 RBI homerun and Tanner Kehrer went 4 of 5 for 3 RBI, scored twice and had the game winning RBI.

 

For Fulton; Homeruns were produced by Paul Salata for 3 RBI, Hunter Higdon for 2 RBI and Zell Walker a solo shot.

 

Brady Austin gets the win as pitcher of record with Owensboro tool the lead. Cam Curry earned a save closing out the final half inning of play. Pablo Arevalo takes the loss for Fulton. For complete box scores Click Here.


Oilers 4, Railroaders 0. (June 13, 2017) The Oilers handed the Railroaders their first shutout of the season at Owensboro. Fulton had 5 hits total and one error, Owensboro produced 6 hits and played error free ball. Payton Griffin earned the win and Noah Stern takes the loss. The two teams meet again on Wednesday in Fulton for game two. For complete box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 5, Flash 2. (June 11, 2017) The Railroaders beat the Flash, the Hoppers lose to the Oilers as do the Chiefs to the Bombers, Fulton is now in second place and one game behind Hoptowm in the West Division. 

 

The victory for Fulton on Sunday in Henderson was the fourth in a row for the Railroaders. Both Will Acuff and AJ Smith hit homeruns for a total of 5 RBI to produce all the runs for Fulton. 

 

Taylor Bobo earned the win on mound and Will Acuff picked up a save. Brantley Flanagan took the loss for Henderson. For complete box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 14, Flash 9. (June 10, 2017) The Railroaders won their third game in a row beating the Henderson Flash in Fulton. With only 8 hits total, Fulton took advantage of 12 walks issued by the Flash to assist in the victory. Henderson doubled Fulton hits with 16 of their own, but stranded 11 on base while the Railroaders left 6 on board.

 

For Fulton, Andrew Rapoza went 2 for 3 with 4 RBI and scored once. Zell Walker added a homerun for 2 RBI.

 

Henderson's Aaron Euler was best for the Flash going 3 of 5 with 5 RBI and a homerun. Paul Haupt was 3 for 4 and crossed the plate 3 times.

 

Jackson South gets the win for Fulton pitching 4 innings in relief of starter Cody Caballero who was pulled after 4 innings on the mound. 

 

The loss goes to Flash's starter Jordan Kelly for only threw for 1 2/3 innings giving up 5 hits, 7 runs (6 earned), 4 walks and had one strikeout. 

 

The two teams meet again on Sunday in Henderson for the second of the two game series. For complete box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 13, Miners 6. (June 9, 2017) The Railroaders scored early and often to over power the Miners with their victory in Madisonville. It was a night for the long ball that began with the first pitch when Jake Wikel hit a homerun to start the game.. 

 

Seven of 12 total hits for Fulton were for extra bases. Railroader new comer Will Acuff was 3 of 5 with a double and two triples, scoring twice and had 3 RBI. Paul Salata added a homerun, his third on the season. 

 

The Miners kept pace with 10 total hits, but left 9 men stranded on base. Jacob Richard was 3 for 3, two scores and a RBI. Alex Carignan drove in 3 RBI going 2 for 3. 

 

Starter Brian Musielak earned the win for 6 innings on the mound. He gave up 8 hits, 4 runs (3 earned), 4 strikeouts and had no walks. Miners' starter Michael Andrew Hawks takes the loss with 2 innings of work. For complete box scores Click Here.


Fulton adds another pitcher.  The Railroaders have signed Will Acuff from the University of Alabama Huntsville. He is a freshman, 6 feet tall and 170 pounds. Will's a right handed pitcher who can bat left.


Railroaders 6, Miners 3. (June 8, 2017) The Railroaders got back on a winning track beating the Miners in Fulton. Madisonville had 4 errors which contributed to 5 unearned runs for the Railroaders who were error free for the game.. Both teams matched up with 10 hits each.

 

Jake Wikel and Cory Price each produced a RBI double at the plate for Fulton. Madisonville's Darrell Freeman and Michael Andrew Hawks each hit homeruns with Hawks going 3 of 5 for 2 RBI.

 

Fulton's starter Carter Bair gets the win throwing 5 2/3 innings giving up 6 hits, 2 earned runs, 2 walks and had 7 strikeouts. Noah Stern pitched for 3 innings in middle relief and Pablo Arevalo earned a save striking out the last batter with the bases loaded.

 

Madisonville's starting pitcher Tyler Crouch takes of the loss going 4 innings and tagged for 3 unearned runs. The Miners used 3 additional pitchers in the losing effort. For complete box scores Click Here.


Chiefs 11, Railroaders 4. (June 7, 2017) (From Paducah) Cody Clark, Blake Johnson and Tate Mathis had three hits apiece as the Paducah Chiefs pounded 14 hits and won for the third straight game in an 11-4 victory over the Fulton Railroaders in front of 585 fans Wednesday night at Brooks Stadium.

After Fulton took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on four singles, the Chiefs went ahead for good with a four-run third. Nick Shumaker, Dixon Craft and Mathis each had two-out run-scoring singles during the frame.

After Fulton plated a run in the fourth, the Chiefs added two runs in their fourth and five in the fifth, as Mathis and Clark slugged back-to-back doubles to start the rally which produced a 10-3 lead.

Clark closed the scoring with an RBI single in the eighth.

Blake Clynes (1-0) earned the win, allowing four runs in 5 1/3 innings. Austin Shaw, Tyler Horsley and Travis Regaldo finished with scoreless relief.

Jarod Jobst (0-1) took the loss for the Railroaders, allowing six runs in four innings. Hunter Higdon had three hits for Fulton. For complete box scores Click Here.


Chiefs 5, Railroaders 2 . (June 6, 2017) (From Fulton) Five unearned runs for the Paducah Chiefs' in the first two innings were enough to beat the home team Fulton Railroaders on Tuesday. The Chiefs took advantage of errors and passed balls by the Railroaders to score their win. 

 

The Railroaders scored one unearned run in the 7th inning. Fulton added their final run in the 9th from a solo homerun by Cody Mitchell, his third on the season.

 

Chiefs' starter Trevor McMurray gets the win for 7 innings of outstanding work on the mound. He struck out 13 batters, walked 2, allowed only 4 hits and one unearned run. Taylor Bobo takes the hard loss for 6 innings of work with 5 strikeouts, no walks, allowed 4 hits and tagged with 5 unearned runs.

 

The win for the Chiefs moves them ahead of the Railroaders who now move to the bottom of the West Division. For complete box scores Click Here.


Railroader Texting Service. (June 5, 2017) Keep up with what's happening in the Railroaders’ world. Go to the text function on your phone and address the text to 51660. In the message portion, key in RRB. Then, send the text. You will immediately receive a confirmation that asks you if you wish to receive Railroaders’ messages. Please respond Yes to that text. Bonus, anyone who does this will be granted a free general admission to the next Railroaders’ home baseball game. We intend to use this text system to announce any promotions to you, to advise of games rained out, etc.


Hoppers 16, Railroaders 8. (June 4, 2017) (From Fulton) The Hoppers continued their winning ways beating the Railroaders in Fulton. While the Railroaders were able to keep the final scores close in their first 3 games, they couldn’t control the Hoptown bats on Sunday, which produced 17 hits total. The Railroader also committed 6 errors contributing to 6 unearned runs for the Hoppers.

Hoptown jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first 2 innings before Fulton took a 4-2 lead in the bottom of the second off a grand slam homerun by Carrington Wilson. The Hoppers regained the lead for good in the fourth inning scoring 7 runs off five hits. With the score 9-4, the Railroaders added 2 runs each in the fourth and seventh innings. The Hoppers continued to score runs in the fifth and seventh through ninth innings to complete their 16 total.

Starting pitcher Alex Walker earned the win for Hoptown for 6 innings of work. Seth Rayburn takes the loss for Fulton for 1 1/3 innings in relief. The Hoppers used 3 pitchers total as the Railroaders used 7 pitchers in the losing the cause. Both teams are off on Monday. For complete box scores Click Here.


Hoppers 10, Railroaders 9. (June 3, 2017) In 10 innings. (From Hopkinsville) The Hoptown Hoppers (3-0) defeat the Fulton Railroaders (1-2) in 10 innings by a score of 10-9 Saturday night in Hopkinsville. Zach Duvall’s walk-off double to right center scored Ryan Hatten from second base, who previously reached on a hit by pitch to lead off the inning, then a sac bunt pushed him to second. Jesse Philp (1-0) picked up the win after pitching 1 2/3 innings, allowing no runs and no hits while walking two.

Fulton got on the board first with three unearned runs in the 3rd inning following two defensive miscues. The Hoppers would put one on the board in the bottom of the frame after a leadoff single, a walk, a balk, and a sac fly from Aharon Modlin scoring Taylor Fought. Hoptown would rally for 6 runs in the bottom of the 4th, bringing 12 to the plate. The 6-run inning was highlighted by a 2-RBI single from Cody Cooper and a RBI single from Michael Rhea.

Both teams added a run in the 5th inning, highlighted by Zach Duvall’s inside-the-park homerun. The Hoppers tallied another run in the 7th after an RBI single from Modlin scored Rhea.

The Railroaders would tack on a run in the 8th after two base hits and a RBI double by Zell Walker. Fulton would then tie it in dramatic fashion in the top of the 9th with a grand slam from Paul Salata.

Jesse Philp would replace Will Acuff to record the final two outs in the 9th and pitch the 10th. Hunter Higdon (0-1) would ultimately receive the loss after starting the 10th inning, hitting a batter and giving up the game-winning double.

The Hoptown Hoppers head to Fulton to take on the Railroaders at 7pm Sunday evening.. For complete box scores Click Here.


Railroaders 16, Miners 15. (June 2, 2017) In 10 innings, game time 4.5 hours. In a seesaw battle for the lead, the Railroaders overcame a 5 run deficit in the bottom of the 10th inning with 2 outs and scored 6 runs for the win. The game was capped off by a walk-off grand slam homerun by Brandon Hauswald. Both teams combined for 26 hits that included a total of 8 homeruns, 6 of them by Fulton.  

 

For Fulton: Zell Walker had 3 homeruns (one grand slam) and a total of 8 RBI. Hauswald was 2 of 6 for 5 RBI. Paul Salata and Cody Mitchell each added a homer. For Madisonville: Hunter James hit 2 homeruns for a 5 RBI total. 

 

The Railroaders used six pitchers and the Miners sent five to mound before the evening was complete. Zell Walker (corrected) gets the win as the pitcher of record when Fulton took the lead. The loss goes to Michael Sebby responsible for the go ahead run by the Railroaders. For complete box scores Click Here.


Miners 8, Railroaders 7. (June 1, 2017) (From Madisonville) The Miners started off the 2017 season with an 8-7 win at Elmer Kelley Stadium over the Fulton Railroaders. Ryan Brooks belted a grand slam to put Madisonville in the lead, and Logan Jarvis hit a two-run bomb earlier in the game.

Miner hurler Carson Imes picked up the Win in relief of starter Austin Henrich, with Jack Bellinger collecting the first save of the year. Nicholas Hutchison pitched two innings before handing the game off to Bellinger for the final inning.

The Railroaders were paced at the plate by Cory Price and Paul Salata, both of whom went 3-4 on the night. Salata drove in three runs to lead Fulton.

Jackson South took the Loss for Fulton, with starter Taylor Bobo earning a No Decision. Bobo pitched 4 complete innings, striking out seven Miners before giving way to South. Noah Stern pitched two shutout innings for the Railroaders as well.. Complete box scores Click Here.


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