In a heart-breaking fashion, the MoonDogs lost to the Duluth Huskies 5-4 last night in Duluth. With the bases loaded and 2 out in the bottom of the 11th inning, the Huskies patiently waited out a walk to end the game.
Jason Conrad started for the MoonDogs going 6.1 innings allowing only 2 earned runs before giving way to Ryan Hamilton in the 7th. Hamilton finished the game but picked up his second loss of the season.
The MoonDogs bats still looked lively as the ran off 12 hits in the game, with 5 players having a multiple hit game.
The MoonDogs return home tonight versus the River Bats of St. Cloud as part of a 4 game home stand.